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I Must Resist the Home-Baked Goods My Co-workers Bring In
This seems like a golden opportunity. It sounds as if you have a great group dynamic, and your co-workers are obviously willing to put time into food preparation. All that remains is to focus not just on food you love but on food that loves you back. I recommend that you all get together and make a schedule to take turns bringing in food; that way you'll have a reasonable amount on any given day. Then see who can make the best ingredient substitutions to improve nutrition; applesauce for half of the oil, for example. (Visit AmericanHeart.org and search for "Tips for healthy cooking.")
You can share the recipes and help one another improve your repertoire of delicious, nutritious items. Who knows—maybe you guys will publish a cookbook someday!