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Summer is almost here! Which means we're saying a tearful farewell to our favourite winter warm-ups; hot chocolate, mac n' cheese bites, pumpkin pies and beaver tails. As we get ready for summer entertaining and afternoons spent lounging by the pool, we're switching gears and serving up lighter bites to satisfy our cravings.
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Yogurt is an ancient food with a storied past. It is said that Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol Empire, fed his army yogurt because he believed it made his warriors brave. In the 20th century, researchers discovered that the bacteria, L. bulgaricus, in yogurt was associated with better health and longevity.
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Greek yogurt is one of my kitchen staples. My husband actually makes fun of me because he sees me eat it every day, and he hears me recommend it to clients, in interviews, and to him, all the time. But Greek yogurt has a lot more going for it than just taste!
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