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La Nación / Nutritionist recommends accompanying the remains of the roast and the soup with vegetables

It’s been a few days since everyone has prepared the soup, the chipa, the chicken, the pork and the meat, foods that we still have in the fridge and whose intention is to reheat at least until tomorrow, Sunday. A nutrition professional indicated in an interview with La Nación that these dishes can be reheated, …

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Have you eaten a lot? Five light dishes to counteract excesses – Gastronomy

After Easter we want to leave chips and chocolate behind, so it’s important to start eating light meals as soon as possible. We show you five healthy, light and tasty recipes to include in your diet this week. April 18, 2022 – 10:54 am We all enjoyed delicious food last week. Today is the time …

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Chicken is off the menu in Peru’s slums and communal pots fight inflation | ECONOMY

In the slums of Peru’s capital Lima, community kitchens are struggling to feed some of the country’s poorest and most vulnerable residents by cutting back on protein and increasing carbs as food prices soar. “The price increase is huge,” says Jenifer Mondalgo, president of the Association of Social Kitchens in the Pamplona Alta district. “Chicken …

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Ofelia Fernández’s mistake (and clarification) after targeting the city government

the legislator Ofelia Fernandez submitted a project to modify the power supply system in the Schools of Buenos Aires and indicated in his social networks against the city ​​government for food delivery ruin. In a tweet, Ofelia criticized the government of CABA along with photos of faulty menus: a sliced ​​feta, vegetable croquettesa vegetable soup …

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