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This Week in History at Casual Kitchen:
Mindful Chewing: How To Cut Your Calorie Intake in Half--Without Feeling Hungry (February 2010)
If you adopt this incredibly simple habit at the dinner table, you will effortlessly cut your calorie intake--and you won't feel deprived.
Smoky Brazilian Black Bean Soup (February 2009)
On of the all-time top favorite recipes here at CK. Hilariously easy, amazingly flavorful and laughably cheap.
How to Make a Versatile Vegetable Stock (February 2008)
This is not your typical, predictable soup stock recipe. Not by a long shot. Use the stock recipe from this post and your favorite soups and stews will never be the same again.
How To Modify a Recipe (February 2007)
Learn how to configure and adapt any recipe to your needs, tastes and budget with part one of this popular three part series.
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