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    Although, technically dairy (which many paleo devotees avoid), clarified butter, a.k.a. ghee is OK, because it's pure butter fat, says Arsy Vartanian of popular paleo blog Danielle Walker, author of New York Times best-selling cookbook Against All Grain, agrees: "Ghee is my pr...
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      10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with Eggs : Food Network

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      "10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with Eggs". Go beyond scrambled, fried or sunny-side up with these unexpected things to do with eggs.

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