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  • Dennis Linden
    Melissa's Produce

    Dennis Linden

    Dennis is a long-time fresh produce professional, who has worked in almost every facet of the industry throughout the western states over his 40+ year career.
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    Melissa's Produce

    Carb Solutions: A Healthier Falafel

    November 2022
    Falafel is eaten throughout the Middle East as a popular street food. It is usually made with fava beans in Egypt, where it most likely originated, or with chickpeas in Iraq.
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    Carb Solutions: Big Game Avocado Chips

    February 2022
    As a very involved fantasy football participant (fanatic), who watches almost every NFL game played each week thanks to broadcasting technology, I am always on the lookout for new healthy, good quality, low carb game day snack foods not usually found at retail stores.
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  • Sugarless Candied Yams
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    Carb Solution: Thanksgiving Candied Yams

    November 2021
    The holidays are full of many “just-this-one-time” glycemic temptations that are so very hard to pass up in the name of good cheer. However, it is best to find a few healthy replica dishes so that you can enjoy those once-a-year culinary pleasures without the carbs.
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    Carb Solution: “Cheese-It” Power Crackers

    August 2021
    High carb flour-based snack foods are off-limits for the carb counter, including a well-known deliciously addicting cheese-flavored mini cracker. However, here’s a glycemic-friendly version of these tasty morsels...
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    Carb Solution: The BLT

    July 2021
    One of the most popular lunchtime orders in this country and, surprisingly, the U.K. is the BLT. Though the ingredients for this iconic sandwich had been around for centuries, no one thought to combine them between toasted slices of bread until 1903 at the Saratoga Race Club.
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