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Gingerbread 2
This gingerbread is simple to prepare and a wonderful low-fat treat. Keeping your fat intake low is crucial for preventing hormone-related cancers such as breast and prostate cancer, while also allowing your immune system to work at its best. You can use spreadable fruit, thinned with a bit of water, as a scrumptious low-fat topping.
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Gingerbread Cookies
The secret of these wonderful, crisp cookies is rolling the dough very, very thin. The easiest way to prepare the dough is with a heavy-duty mixer.
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Gingered Melon
This recipe is a refreshing twist on cantaloupe and uses ginger which can aid in digestion and often helps alleviate nausea.
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Going Green Smoothie

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Golden Mushroom Soup
This rich-tasting soup is delicious with fresh baked bread and a green salad.
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Golden Nuggets
These oven-roasted sweet potatoes are pure gold. They're nutritious and easy to make and they taste scrumptious. For easy cleanup, line the baking dish with baking parchment or foil.
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Golden Potatoes
Top these colorful, spicy potatoes whit chutney and serve them with lentil or bean soup
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Granola au Commensal

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Gratin de Pommes au Calvados
Calvados is an apple brandy popular in Normandy, often said to aid digestion. This recipe uses vanilla soy yogurt instead of cream to trim the fat content, but not the flavor
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Greek-Style Pilaf

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Green Beans with Braised Onions
Green beans take on a slightly Asian flair in this simple recipe.
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Green Beans with Garlic

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Green Beans with Toasted Almonds
Toasted sesame oil, seasoned rice vinegar, and soy sauce give these green beans a tasty Asian flair.
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Green Goddess Breakfast Drink

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Green Goodie Smoothie
Spirulina is an antioxidant-rich powder made from blue-green algae. It’s highly nutritious and doesn’t change the taste of this delicious fruit smoothie. It does, however, make it a wonderful green color.
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Green Lentil Soup

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Green Pea and Cauliflower Soup

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Green Pea and Spinach Soup
This brilliant green soup is as nutritious as it is delicious and satisfying.
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Green peas

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Green Peppers and Tomatoes
This sumptuous, quick-cooked vegetable salad may be served either warm or cold. Be sure to pass plenty of pita bread to dip into the incredible sauce.
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Green salad with fat-free dressing

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Green Salad with Piquant Dressing
This salad has a south-of-the-border flair. Serve it with Refried Beans or Black Bean Chili.
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Green Tea Smoothie
Green tea contains polyphenolic compounds, and catechins that have found to help fight off cancer.
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Green Velvet Soup
This beautiful soup provides an abundance of nourishing green vegetables.
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Grilled Mushroom Steaks

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Grilled Plantains
While technically a fruit, plantains are often treated as potatoes in cooking. Plantains can be used at any stage of ripeness. They contain folate, a nutrient that plays an important role in cancer prevention.
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Grilled Polenta
Grilled polenta is delicious with a variety of foods. Try it with your favorite marinara sauce, cooked beans, Pan-Seared Portobello Mushrooms, or Braised Collards or Kale.
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Grilled Potatoes

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Grilled Summer Vegetables
Easy-to-prepare grilled vegetables are delicious as a side dish with polenta, pasta, or rice. The vegetables can be varied according to the season and your taste. For example, use fresh asparagus when it is available in spring, and zucchini during summer and fall.
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Grilled Vegetable Gazpacho
Serve this soup as it is for a rustic, smoky flavor, or stir in a spoonful of dairy- and egg-free mayonnaise substitute.
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Grits
This is a simple pre-packaged food. No recipe is required.
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Gundel Salad

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Hakka Noodles

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Half Grapefruit

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Hariyali Kebab
These tasty kebabs can be served plain or with a peanut or curry dipping sauce to give them even more flavor.
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Harvest Moon Soup

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Harvest Pudding
This pudding is quite irresistible when it’s hot, so if you want to serve it chilled, you should make a double batch!
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Hearty Barbeque Beans
These spicy beans are a great accompaniment to meatless hot dogs.
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Hearty Brazilian Bean Soup

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Hearty Chili Mac
Children of all ages will enjoy this tasty combination of chili and pasta.
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Hearty Vegan Split Pea and Barley Soup
The split peas in this flavorful, filling soup are blended to have a wonderful smooth texture. Split peas are high in protein and fiber, very low in fat, and inexpensive! Add liquid smoke for a more “traditional” taste.
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Herb and Onion Bread
Bake this quick yeast bread late in the day and serve it warm with dinner. Its aroma is incredible! Although the recipe specifies the use of a heavy-duty electric mixer, the dough can be mixed by hand. Simply double the mixing time.
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High-Protein Oat Waffles
If you didn’t make these crisp, ultra-nutritious waffles yourself, you’d never guess beans were among the ingredients. Soaking the beans takes just minutes before you retire for the night, and in the morning, you can make the batter quickly in the blender. (Note: To cook waffles without added fat, you will need a good-quality non-stick waffle iron.) These waffles take a little longer to bake than ordinary waffles (about 8 minutes), so you may want to make them ahead of time. They can be reheated quickly in a toaster. Topped with chili or creamed vegetables, they make a great lunch or supper. For gluten-free waffles, substitute brown rice flakes or quinoa flakes for the oats.
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Himalayan Curried Soup

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Holiday Fruitcake
This delicious holiday bread can be easily modified by using different combinations of dried fruit.
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Homestyle Squash and Pinto Beans
Veggies, rice, and beans make this all-American dish a welcome guest after a hard day. Serve with a salad and fruit wedges.
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Hoppin' John Salad

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Hot Carob "Cocoa"
A cup of Hot Carob "Cocoa" is a nice treat or simple dessert. It is surprisingly thick and creamy tasting, even when made with water, and its flavor is reminiscent of bittersweet chocolate. Because carob is somewhat sweeter than cocoa powder, you may not need to add much, if any, sweetener.
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Hot Fudge Cake
This cake tastes so rich it's hard to believe there's virtually no fat and no eggs in it. For the best flavor, serve it chilled, if you can wait that long. It's also delicious warm or at room temperature.
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Hot or Cold Beet Salad
The pigment that gives beets their rich crimson color and makes this salad so gorgeous is also a powerful cancer-fighting agent in the anthocyanin family.
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