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Mediterranean Lentil and Bulgur Salad

Tweet Lentils are one of the world’s oldest health foods. This little lens-shaped legume came to the Americas in the early 16th century. During World War II, people began to see it as a low-cost, high-protein meat substitute. Both my mother and grandmother served them often. Two of my favorites are lemon-y lentil and Chickpea […]

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Minestra di Lenticchie (Lentil Soup)

Tweet   Lentils are low in fat, high in protein and fiber and have the advantage of cooking quickly. And unlike beans you don’t have to soak them. These legumes are a common ingredient found in Italian cooking and are very economical. This one-pot wonder is deliciously nutritious and could not be any easier to […]

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