Fitness news briefs
Jan. 1 fitness news briefs
Pomegranate balsamic tempeh. Don't know what tempeh is? Many vegetarians do. Tempeh is made from soybeans processed in a manner similar to cheese. It's high in protein, fiber and isoflavones, and it absorbs the flavors of the foods or spices with which it is cooked. Marinate it with pomegranates and balsamic vinegar and it becomes a healthy addition to a salad.
Mashed cauliflower gone Greek. Instead of adding butter and sour cream to mashed potatoes, Harry suggests eating mashed cauliflower with Greek yogurt and fresh black pepper.
Sushi. Harry suggests a sushi made with wild salmon, minced cucumbers, shredded carrots, kelp, sesame seeds and rice.
Fruit salad dessert. Try this combo: chopped apples, strawberries, cantaloupe, watermelon and pineapple with blueberries and grapes. Want more? Add Greek yogurt and granola to make a parfait.
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