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  1. Tea Time

    Tea Time

    Health Notes from Dr. Liz

    Jan 30, 2014 10:35 AM

    Besides water, tea is by far the world’s most popular beverage. Tea drinking, a common ritual in many countries offering guests a welcome or an afternoon spot of relaxation, is also a good practice for your health. “Tea” tea (green, black, white and oolong—all from the same tropical Camellia sinensis plant) along with herbal teas come from plants, which contain powerful health boosting antioxidant compounds. Here’s a quick run down on tea types and benefits.

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  2. Nutiva Coconut Oil

    The Handy Dandy Coconut

    Jan 30, 2014 10:31 AM

    Slather it, bake with it, cook with it, moisturize with it—there’s more to a coconut than just a cream pie, it’s a great massage oil and moisturizer for dry and sensitive skin. Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconu t Oil isn’t bleached nor refined, contains no added chemicals and is cold–pressed to retain nutrients.

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  3. Biosil

    The Collagen Connection

    Jan 30, 2014 10:29 AM

    Consisting of patented choline and silicon clinically proven to help increase collagen production, BioSil enhances the body’s collagen producing cells, allowing your body’s natural systems to do what they do best.

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  4. Laura Chenel Cabecou

    We Got Your Goat (Cheese)

    Jan 30, 2014 10:19 AM

    The Laura Chenel Cabecou is a delightful disc of soft, barely aged goat’s cheese marinated in California extra–virgin olive oil, rosemary, thyme and black peppercorns. This award–winning California original is densely creamy and is an excellent cheese to keep on hand as it can elevate any dish. Delicious served with bread, over roasted veggies or with fresh tomatoes, use it as a base for many meals.

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  5. La Carraia Orvieto Classico

    Papal Approval

    Jan 30, 2014 10:04 AM

    Easy drinking, fresh and crisp, La Carraia’s Orvieto Classico is an Italian light–bodied white wine with quite a history dating back to the Middle Ages, where it was a favorite wine of the Papacy. Pair with fresh shellfish and gremolata sauces for a match made in foodie heaven.

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  6. Casamatta

    Casamatta You?

    Jan 30, 2014 10:01 AM

    A Florentine artist by training, Bibi Graetz creates the artwork for his wine labels in addition to producing fine wine. Meaning “Crazy House” in Italian, Casamatta is Graetz’s best selling wine from Tuscany and a super value. With great depth of flavors (actually more than you’d expect at this price), it has scored 90 Pts in Wine Spectator Magazine. Pairs beautifully with Mediterranean dishes with tomato based sauces and a Modigliani.

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  7. Kalamata Olive Pugliese

    Phenomenal Pugliese

    Jan 30, 2014 9:58 AM

    As if pugliese bread isn’t fabulous enough, we’ve upped the ante with Nugget Markets’ own Kalamata Olive Pugliese, baked from scratch in–house daily using local flour and local buttermilk.

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  8. Grapefruit

    Pucker Up!

    Grapefruit's Tangy Benefits

    Jan 30, 2014 9:52 AM

    Back in the 70s, grapefruits were a popular weight–loss aid. Fast forward almost 50
    years and scientists now understand how grapefruit’s special mix of nutrients can aid weight loss along with a host of other health benefits.

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  9. Deep Eddy

    Meet 'Cha at the Swimmin' Hole

    Jan 30, 2014 9:50 AM

    Deep Eddy is the oldest swimming hole in Texas. Inspired by this time–honored landmark, Deep Eddy Vodka brings you “the smoothest, highest quality vodka around.”

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  10. Par–Tea with Poppy

    Jan 28, 2014 9:13 AM

    You are cordially invited to afternoon tea with Miss Poppy, tea maven extraordinaire and all–around adorable hostess, as she presents the do’s and don’ts of tea sipping etiquette. Have a seat between the March Hare and the Mad Hatter, and get ready to party with Poppy!

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