Honey garlic shrimp

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We know that shrimp can be a polarizing food. You either love it, or you hate it. Well, if you’re in the “love it” camp, we have a gift for you. If you’re in the “hate it” camp, think about all of the health benefits shrimp has to offer! Shrimp is great because it’s low in calories, protein-rich and you can customize it to a flavor that suits you. If that’s not enough to convince you, you’ll just have to try this recipe for yourself. Get your pots and pans ready! Your taste buds and body will thank you for it later.
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Throw another shrimp on the barbie?

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Culture shock, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is “the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone when they are suddenly subjected to an unfamiliar culture, way of life or set of attitudes.” Sounds easy enough to understand. When you’re in a new place, you face difficulties trying to adjust to a new culture.
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Scrambled egg whites and pan-seared shrimp

Breakfast is a commonly skipped meal among college students. But have no fear, Eating Berkeley is here. We’re here to help you get in the nutritious, well-balanced meal you need every morning. The best part? It requires minimal effort on your part. What you’ll need: Jumbo shrimp 3 egg whites
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Easy lunch recipe: zoodles and pan-seared shrimp

The start of a new year means New Year’s resolutions, and for many, those resolutions have to do with staying healthy. By the middle of the year, the many meticulous work-out schedules or diet plans that people make are completely abandoned because, unfortunately, what tastes good isn’t always what’s good for
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