5 Unexpected Items Nutritionists Keep in Their Cupboards
Push aside the cans of beans and jars of coconut oil, and here's what you'll find.
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A Dried Fruit That's Worth the Splurge
If you love the sweet tang of dried cranberries and the mellow smoothness of dried figs, you might just fall in love with dried, white mulberries. Although they're a bit pricier than some other dried fruits, Feldman likes to keep a stash of the antioxidant-rich berries in her cabinets for garnishing salads or for eating with yogurt; they have a pleasantly chewy texture that goes equally well with crisp lettuce as it does with creamy dairy.
What else it's good for:
Adding to pancakes