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Amazing Oven Roasted Beets & Brussels Sprouts Recipe

“Eat your vegetables; they’re good for you.”

Photo by Cyrus Crossan on Unsplash

We all know we should eat more vegetables, yet the average American eats only 1.4 cups of vegetables per day while the USDA recommendation is 2.5 cups.

And this includes the 49 pounds of potatoes eaten annually by most Americans—50% in the form of fatty french fries. Second…

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Cindy Heath

Cindy Heath

I’ve been a farmer, homesteader, entrepreneur, and more. Always curious and still hopeful. If you are, too, read along and follow me at cindyheathwrites.com.

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