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A protein-rich, heart-healthy breakfast you'll love.View the Recipe
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Do you even know what a pine nut is?
Turns out they come from pine cones (too obvious?) and people have been eating them since the Paleolithic era.
Just like other nuts, they come with healthy fats and antioxidants..and are crunchy and delicious. Just ask the Italians, they love to use them in pastas, pesto, and more.
Or make this simple side dish and see for yourself.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Sauteed spinach (which is one of the most nutrient-dense greens) is a go-to side dish for many healthy eaters. Add garlic and pine nuts, and you immediately take it up two notches.
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