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This is a delicious, dairy-free alternative to pesto alfredo! I guarantee it will be the easiest thing you cook this week and it’s perfect to make in big batches to store for the future.  Avocado Pesto  1 Avocado Approx. 3 cups basil leaves 1 clove of garlic, grated A handful of almonds, pine nuts, or […]

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Perhaps you have once dreamt of inviting Deantini to your shitty dorm pregame. Since that’s obviously impossible, what’s the next best thing? This drink recipe, probably. Up your hosting game and make a Dean-tini for your guests at your next social gathering. It’s sure to draw wows from the Columbia crowd.

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