Vitamina de abacate

Raeline Valbuena/Staff

Now that the semester has started, it seems like summer is finally over. We’re going back to school, back to work and back to single-serving frozen dinners. But even though colder weather is coming to us, for half the world the summer is just getting started. Let’s take a foray into
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Seared ahi tuna

seared ahi tuna
Kithumini Jayasiri/Staff

Looking to cut down on your meat consumption? Try this delicious seafood dish: seared ahi tuna. Packed full of protein, this delicious fish will keep you energized and give you the boost you need to get through even the busiest of days. Put it in sandwiches, use it to top
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Gin mule recipe

Rachel Feder/Senior Staff

There’s nothing quite like a Moscow Mule — simple and refreshing, with a gingery kick. Savor the last little bit of summer and pour yourself a drink. We at the Clog have decided to change things up by substituting the classic vodka in this drink with gin. Just grab your
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Simple breakfast sandwiches

With the new semester starting, students are in a rush to find simple, quick recipes and meal ideas. Eating Berkeley is here to help with this simple breakfast sandwich recipe that will help you create a concoction that’s more aesthetic and tasty than anything you’ll find at McDonald’s. What you’ll
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Rainbow cupcake recipe

The statement “good things come in small packages” must be talking about cupcakes. Whether it be at birthday bashes or lax pool parties, these mini cakes are always welcome. Why conform to conventional colored cupcakes when you can impress with rainbow ones? We at the Clog have created a fun
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quinoa, black beans, and olive oil

Quinoa and black bean salad recipe

With the start of the new semester right around the corner, many of us are yearning for that beach body we never quite achieved over the summer. If the allure of ice cream and tropical drinks were stronger than that of the gym this summer, have no fear. The Clog is
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Breakfast meal prep

Let’s face it, once classes pick up again, you probably won’t want to spend hours cooking breakfast in your apartment every week. Luckily, there’s a way you can avoid having to do that, and still be able to enjoy your own home cooked, and relatively inexpensive, meals. The answer to
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Best ethnic eats on University Avenue

If you’ve been meaning to venture out of your cuisine comfort zone, Berkeley is just the place to do it. Unbeknownst to many, there a quite a few restaurants that will satisfy your international culinary cravings found along a stretch of our very own University Avenue in Downtown Berkeley. Whether you want to try Indonesian, Salvadoran, Southern Indian or Brazilian food, this street has got you covered. Here’s a quick guide to a few of our favorites.
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Pad Thai

Tofu Pad Thai

Craving Pad Thai, but don’t want to venture out to one of the many great spots in Berkeley? Look no further than this tofu pad thai recipe, featuring some yummy Trader Joe’s ingredients. This take on the traditional noodle street dish will serve four.
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