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I thought this was gross. Then I saw another teacher on my campus eat them. She is a "finicky" eater and a germ-a-phobe. Must shop for mason jars today. Plastic bowls don't work.

The Yummy Lifefrom The Yummy Life

Apple & Pear Slices That Don't Brown

How to prevent apple and pear slices from browning... keep pre-sliced fruit in the fridge for healthy snacking!

Finally! A healthier apple recipe option for the holidays! This apple chip recipe from Fifteen Spatulas only requires a little bit of cinnamon and sugar. Use a mandolin slicer to achieve the perfect thinly sliced apples. Line your freshly cut apple slices on parchment paper and bake at 225 for about an hour.

Kitchen Cheat Sheet: This is a fun way to remember some kitchen basics!

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6 Healthy Homemade Salad Dressings...once you make homemade dressings, you never want store-bought again!

Cuppow!from Cuppow!

BNTO Canning Jar Lunchbox Adaptor - Wide Mouth - 6oz - Clear

Meet Your New Lunch Box

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How to Keep Bananas Fresh Longer

how to keep bananas fresh longer - this really works!

Refrigerator Oatmeal--6 no-cook flavors. Make ahead in individual mason jars for a quick, healthy grab-and-go breakfast. www.theyummylife.com/Refrigerator_Oatmeal

20 Fittest Foods for your Fridge. "If you keep good food in your fridge, you will EAT GOOD FOOD"

LaaLooshfrom LaaLoosh

Healthy Ranch Dressing Recipe - 2 Points

I love ranch, but it's not so good for you, until now. This whole jar of ranch is only 1.75 grams of fat and 255 calories! 1 cup dannon oikos plain greek yogurt, 1 packet hidden valley ranch mix, 1/2 cup 1% milk. Whisk together, chill 1 hour before use. Perfect consistency and tastes better than bottled!

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Home Made Pickle

Skip the canning for this easy pickle recipe that we made for $.14 a jar!

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Make Salad in a Jar for an Easy Grab-and-Go Lunch That Stays Fresh for Days

WOW! Salad in a jar. Stays fresh for days. Make jars of salad on Sunday night that you can just grab to bring to work. If you layer the ingredients correctly, the salad stays fresh for up to four days. (Dressing doesn't touch lettuce.)