4 Things to Mind For a Safe Creative and Healthy Thanksgiving

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We’re formally in full-force thanksgiving mode now, which means lots of opportunities for overindulging. Living healthy and eating well in the land of bacon and biscuits without packing on extra pounds requires recipe swaps, cooking techniques, along with smart strategies to keep portion size in check. Dealing with leftovers can be done smartly through reusing them in future meals. If you are running out of ideas, we have a recipe for you. You can also feed your pets leftovers, but be aware that some of leftovers can be unsafe or toxic for your dog or cat to eat.

In few make a difference this thanksgiving and:

  1. Mind yourself and stay healthy: 5 Ways to Indulge Without the Bulge.
  2. Mind the environment and be mindful: Handling leftovers: Leftover Thanksgiving Panini recipe.
  3. Mind your pets and keep them safe: 10 thanksgiving Foods Your Pets Should Not Eat.
  4. Mind new ideas and be creative: Thanksgiving In A Bucket Will Be Your New Favorite Tradition, 13 Thanksgiving Recipes With Weed In Them.

1. Mind yourself and stay healthy

5 Ways to Indulge Without the Bulge

No need to put strict limits on your eating that you may end up feeling deprived. This is how to enjoy yourself this party-packed period and still be able to fit into your pants afterwards:

  1. Bring a Healthy Dish
  2. Have a Healthy Snack Before You Go
  3. Survey the Scene
  4. Move Away from the Dessert Table
  5. Make a Plate
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A healthy Dish

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2. Mind the environment and be mindful

Leftover Thanksgiving Panini recipe

With more awareness about how food distribution and production impacts climate change. It appears that, Americans and the British waste plenty of food. It should come as no surprise with food being plentiful and so cheap for us, but that may not last forever. It’s great to have some strategies and plans for handling leftovers so you waste as little as possible.

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Leftover Thanksgiving Panini recipe

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3. Mind your pets and keep them safe

10 Thanksgiving Foods Your Pets Should Not Eat

Some of the thanksgiving foods are very tasty and filling for you. But this is not always the case for your cat or dog.  they can be unsafe or toxic. You should consider this list of foods that you should not be sharing with your furry friend this holiday season… or ever

  1. Nutmeg

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    Pets

  2. Sage
  3. Onions and Garlic
  4. Turkey Skin
  5. Macadamia Nuts
  6. Beer
  7. Raw Meat and Under-Cooked Meat
  8. Bones
  9. Raw Dough and Cake Batter
  10. Chocolate

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4. Mind new ideas and be creative

Thanksgiving In A Bucket Will Be Your New Favorite Tradition

Barely anyone has enough space on their dining table for half a dozen sides and a turkey, and that’s without considering the fact that you probably must find space to really eat on said table. If you also think Thanksgiving takes up a whole lot of space, the solution to this dilemma, then, is plain and creative : THANKSGIVING IN A BUCKET. it’s also the most travel-friendly.

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Thanksgiving In A Bucket

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