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    • Sarah Lawson

      Veggie-Stack Pita Pockets with White Bean Spread

    • Joi Sigers

      Healthy Lunch Ideas on Food Network's website: LOVE these Veggie-Stacked Pita Pockets.

    • Anchal Bhatia

      Try this healthy veggie-stack pita pockets recipe. Perfect for back to school, a perfect lunch for work, or just a great snack later in the day without the guilt! #backtoschool #healthy #recipe

    • Sandra Boehner

      14 healthy packed lunch ideas

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      Brown Bag Lunch Recipes

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