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Health Food & Nutrition

With busy schedules, small bank accounts and a serious lack of desire to use the stove, eating regular meals (let alone at regular times) is pretty much impossible. Here are nine things we eat in college that would never qualify as actual meals in the real world!  1. Starbucks Frappuccinos have whipped cream. Pie has whipped cream. Pie is food. Therefore, Frappuccinos are food (right?). 2. Cookie dough Best eaten right out of the tub with a spoon.  3. Day-old pizza Because your roommate ordered it last night and you're too lazy to make yourself breakfast.  4. Cereal For some reason, Froot...
For collegiettes with celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or a desire to cut all things gluten from their diets, the gluten-free lifestyle has one universal roadblock: where is the food you can actually eat? No matter what your story is, one thing is true: trying to find gluten-free recipes can be kind of a pain. No, scratch that: finding gluten-free recipes that are actually good can be kind of a pain. We’ve scoured everything from foodie blogs to Pinterest to find some great (and not impossible) gluten-free recipes—everything from cookies to orange chicken—that you’ll love. 1. Chocolate Chip...
After a long night out with friends or during a mid-afternoon study break, there’s no better feeling than indulging in greasy, delicious food at your favorite campus eatery. We had college students across the country weigh in on the best spots to chow down on campuses all the way from Los Angeles to Boston. Just a warning; these drool-worthy eats might make you consider transferring schools. Bon appétit! 1. Eggs Francisco from Kerbey Lane Café (Austin, Texas) College and late-night food are practically synonymous, which explains the appeal of a 24/7 restaurant. Kerbey Lane Café is just that...