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How to Listen to Your Hunger and Fullness Cues

The slow cooker is a busy chef’s best friend. Very few recipes allow you to “fix it and forget it” for anything from 4 to 8 hours and give the same results for flavor and texture that a slow cooker does. We think you’ll find that this comforting beef stew is the perfect balance of work and rest, and that the end result is totally worth it. Kind of like working out at the gym!

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