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10 Thanksgiving Recipe Alternatives to Cut the Calories


2. Nourishing nibbles

Instead of buttery crackers and fatty cheeses, opt for a platter of whole grain, low-fat crackers, rice crackers, and tasty rye flat breads. Top with reduced fat cheese and savoury hummus, fresh salsa, and black bean spreads.

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