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Wasabi

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Tofu and soy beans are rich in heart-friendly isoflavones; blended together, they give a wasabi-tinged spread plenty of creaminess, but little fat. Serve this spicy spread with rice crackers as an hors d'oeuvre; garnish with black sesame seeds for more Asian flavor. The spread also makes a good dip for cucumber and carrot sticks.

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This recipe has super-healthy omega-3s and isoflavones. Garnish with edible flowers, such as nasturtiums. You can find wasabi and miso at Asian grocery stores and some natural-foods stores. Per serving: 258 calories; 28 g protein; 10 g fat; 9 g carb; 1 g fiber.

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Making wasabi mayonnaise is a simple way to add an extra kick of flavor to burgers and sandwiches. Note: Raw eggs should not be used in food prepared for pregnant women, babies, young children, the elderly, or anyone whose health is compromised.

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The tuna burger was born in restaurant kitchens as a way of using up scraps left over from fancy cuts, but we think it's worth buying tuna just to make these. Mizuna, a green available in specialty-food stores, can be substituted with watercress.

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This recipe has super-healthy omega-3s and isoflavones. Garnish with edible flowers, such as nasturtiums. You can find wasabi and miso at Asian grocery stores and some natural-foods stores. Per serving: 258 calories; 28 g protein; 10 g fat; 9 g carb; 1 g fiber.