Inexpensive breakfast spots in Berkeley

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What’s better than a delicious breakfast? A delicious and inexpensive breakfast. Here is your quick guide to inexpensive breakfast options around the Berkeley campus. You really can’t go wrong with any of these delicious breakfast joints! Cafe Milano Cafe Milano is the perfect place to go for inexpensive coffee and breakfast
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Rainbow review

Starbucks drinks
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The land of Frappuccinos and mom chats, Starbucks seems to always be trending. The most recent Instagram phenomenon features our classic cups with the Starbucks siren and brightly colored drinks in all colors of the rainbow. Off of the fan-driven secret menu, these drinks are colorful and intriguing and definitely worth a proper Clog tasting. Here’s what we tried and what we thought.
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Peanut butter cookies

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From the most elementary of times, peanut butter has always been the best option in forms of to-go sandwiches, bite-sized snacks and, best of all, with a spoon straight out of the jar. But it doesn’t just stop there. We at the Clog have put together a scrumptious and beyond
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Food and friends

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We really love eating and making food here at the Daily Clog. The only thing we might enjoy more than eating and making food is eating and making food with good company. In the summer, there’s plenty of extra time to try new things and spend more time with people.
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Spanakopita: spinach and feta triangles

In need of a snack to serve your friends when they come over? Well, impress your fellow Bears with Spanakopita, Greek spinach and feta phyllo triangles. They are light and crunchy on the outside and mouthwateringly savory on the inside. You can even freeze the extras, unbaked and have a meal for later. So grab some friends, set up an assembly line and make this tasty treat.
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Tomato pesto zoodles

Want to make vegetables fun again? Well, luckily you can by investing about $10 in a spiralizer. Spiralizers can curl just about any vegetable, including zucchini, carrots and sweet potatoes, into a noodle shape. The recipe options are limitless, but for now, try this delicious recipe for tomato-pesto zoodles. These zucchini noodles,
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Blueberry mint lemonade

Are you looking for a fresh and tasty take on a summer classic? Try this blueberry mint lemonade inspired by one of the lemonade flavors at the ironically named SoCal favorite restaurant Lemonade. In honor of the recent opening of San Francisco’s first Lemonade opening on Mission Street, we’ve created
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DIY Hawaiian pizza

The best way to solve any problem is with the simple solution of pizza. It’s something even the Oscar award-winning J. Lawrence can’t resist. We at the Clog have put together an easy recipe for this all-time favorite food for y’all to enjoy! What you’ll need: 3 1/2 to 4
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Challah French toast

Have you ever been left with some extra challah after a Friday night dinner? Have you ever just let it sit on your kitchen counter through the weekend until it’s stale and then not known what to do with it? Lucky for you, that stale challah you find lying around your kitchen Sunday morning can make for an excellent brunch. Here, we show you just how.
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Black bean, corn ‘freezer’ quesadillas

Coming home from a long day working at an internship or taking summer classes, you may just be tempted to order take-out. You’re too tired to cook, right? Well, with a little meal prep you may not have to go there. Make these cheesy, veggie-packed quesadillas and stick them in
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