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3: It’s recommended to consume between one to three tablespoons of the superfood coconut oil a day. The lauric acid in raw coconut oil has been found to increase metabolism as well as fight bacteria and viruses.



— Brandpoint



Food Quiz



Raw (not hydrogenated) coconut oil has which of the following benefits?



A. Lowers cholesterol



B. Stimulates the thyroid



C. Is good for the brain



D. All of the above



Answer at bottom of rail.



Wise to the Word



mirin: A golden-colored Japanese cooking wine that was originally produced more than 400 years ago as a drinking wine but is now used as a condiment. High in sugar and low in alcohol, it is made from sticky rice.



— Cookthink



The Dish On...



“The Family Flavor: 125 Practical Recipes for the Simple and Delicious,” by Whitney L. Ingram.



With 125 recipes of new family favorites like Grilled Ribeye Steaks with Rosemary Gorgonzola Butter, Shredded Sweet Pork Tacos, Baked Eggs with Chard and Feta Cheese and Orange Cream Cake, "The Family Flavor" will delight and satisfy the people you love most. It's an answer for busy parents wanting to enliven meals and give their families the gift of diverse flavors without having to hunt down obscure ingredients and sacrifice family time.



Food Quiz answer



- D. (All of the above. "My favorite ways to eat coconut oil include adding a tablespoon to smoothies or oatmeal, and using it in place of butter when baking," Sophie Uliano, an author and healthy living advocate, tells Brandpoint.)

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