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15359
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Eating habits in North Carolina have changed over the years. For example, the heavy Southern breakfast of the past has all but disappeared from today's breakfast table. Grimes compares what was served in the past with what is served today in the state.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 2 Issue 25, Nov 1934, p12, 27, il
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25031
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While fish is a healthier alternative to fatty meats like beef, there are certain fish to avoid if on a low-cholesterol diet. In addition frying fish is the least healthy way to prepare it and other methods could produce a better, healthier serving of fish.
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25029
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Salt is an ingredient that contains many health risks and isn’t always necessary. Joyce Taylor gives her advice on how to reduce or even eliminate the use of salt in seafood cooking.
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25030
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Fat and cholesterol can cause high blood pressure and cholesterol in your body. There are certain foods to avoid and others to substitute for these unhealthy foods.
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