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Easy-peasy breakfast solved

Time’s always tight in the mornings. We’ve got to put on clothes, shower, brush our teeth, comb our hair, maybe finish off that last bit of reading for sociology. More often than not, it’s just too easy to simply skip breakfast, despite it being “the most important meal.” Breakfast sets
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The lazy baker’s guide to peanut butter cookies

When I first came across this recipe, I really couldn’t believe it. In only three simple steps, I could have a full plate of warm, homemade peanut butter cookies. Absolutely no way. But yes, I promise it’s just that easy. Aside from the quick prep and 10-minute bake time, this
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Sick and starving?

You’re sick. You don’t feel well enough to make the trek to Safeway to buy your favorite tomato soup, your mother is 400 miles away and can’t make you some of her special chicken soup, nothing on Postmates sounds appetizing and your roommate has little to no cooking ability. Don’t
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5 minute apple crumble recipe

Every now and then, we crave a dessert to have late at night, but we often don’t have the time, nor the patience, to go out and buy something. This quick, simple and delicious alternative to your favorite apple crumble is a perfect, not to mention healthy, way to satisfy
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Simple cookies and cream fudge recipe

This easy fudge recipe can be made using just three ingredients and requires no candy thermometer. Can it get any easier than that? Even if you have no cooking knowledge whatsoever, this is something you can’t mess up. It’s sure to satisfy all of your sweet tooth cravings. Share with
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Easy banana bread recipe

Now that we’re back on the college grind, we at the Clog have come to realize that baking is not going to be our biggest priority. As fun and exciting as elaborate recipes can be, they can also be expensive and time-consuming — neither of which sound too enticing to us. We
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Taking care of yourself is not a luxury

Safe, Sane and Consensual

“What are you doing to take care of yourself this week?” The five of us in the Tang Center support group stared at each other. At the olive green carpet. At the second hand ticking away in the wall clock. Four minutes until our weekly hour and a half together
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