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Asian Peanut Noodles
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This recipe is as versatile as you want it to be. You can pretty much use any type of noodle, throw in some veggies, and top the dish with a peanutty savory sauce.
Get the recipe: Asian Peanut Noodles
Tofu Summer Rolls In Peanut Dipping Sauce
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Summer rolls are a Vietnamese hand roll, filled with rice noodles, protein, colorful fresh veggies, and a mix of vibrant herbs, like cilantro and basil. These are completely vegan and gluten-free and are served with a rich peanut sauce that fills each bite with amazing flavor.
Get the recipe: Tofu Summer Rolls in Peanut Dipping Sauce
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Spicy Peanut Tofu and Bok Choy Rice Bowl
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Bok choy, also known as Chinese cabbage, is packed with vitamins C and K and works really well in stir-fries. This bowl combines baked peanutty tofu, bok choy, brown rice, and scallions for a simple dinner that you can make at home—but it looks like it was professionally made.
Get the recipe: Spicy Peanut Tofu and Bok Choy Rice Bowl
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Green Bean Satay
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An easy-to-make side dish, green bean satay is topped with a peanut sauce that will make you want to eat your veggies. You can use frozen green beans to save time and money.
Get the recipe: Green Bean Satay
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Thai Buddha Bowl
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This bowl combines the fresh flavors of healthy raw ingredients with protein-packed quinoa. The peanut sauce adds a richness to an otherwise a very light, veggie-centric dish.
Get the recipe: Thai Buddha Bowl
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Sheet Pan Coconut Glazed Cod and Asparagus
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This sheet pan meal is a simple gluten-free, dairy-free dinner, rich in omega-3s. The best part? It can all be made in one pan for easy cleanup.
Get the recipe: Sheet Pan Coconut Glazed Cod and Asparagus
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Vegetable Spaghetti Stir-Fry with Spicy Peanut Sauce
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Looking for other ways to use spaghetti? Look no further than this spaghetti stir-fry with peanut sauce. This recipe uses household staples to create a super-simple and elegant dinner.
Get the recipe: Vegetable Spaghetti Stir-Fry with Spicy Peanut Sauce
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Curried Chickpeas In Coconut-Peanut Sauce
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This one-pot chickpea dish is not only high in protein and low in calories, it's also ready in just 15 minutes. Plus, it combines the bright flavors of curry, coconut milk, and peanut butter for a flavor-filled dinner.
Get the recipe: Curried Chickpeas in Coconut-Peanut Sauce
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Thai Peanut Chicken Satay
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These simple chicken skewers are coated in a mixture of sriracha, coconut milk, and cilantro for a sweet and spicy flavor. They're served with a peanut dipping sauce and are the perfect no-fuss appetizer for your next party.
Get the recipe: Thai Peanut Chicken Satay
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Goulding gets into beast mode on the reg when she exercises, and her forays into boxing and MMA fighting are no exception. Plus, she's been at it for a while so she's basically a pro now. As for why she loves it, the songstress told Marie Claire back in 2015: "Boxing is very animalistic, and there's a lot of adrenaline in it. It has helped my stamina. When I'm onstage, I feel like I could go on forever."
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We know that Hadid is all about staying healthy, both mentally and physically, and one of her favorite ways to do that is by boxing it out. (If you want a taste of what her workout is like, check out this Gigi Hadid workout for when you want to look—and feel—like a supermodel.)
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Lovato's new boo is an MMA fighter, so it only makes sense that she'd learn how to beat him at his own game. Plus, the look on her face when she realizes she's won this match is pretty adorable. While some have raised concerns that her routine of spending four hours in the gym a day is too much, she seems to be loving it.
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Patton has been open about how tough things have been following her split from Robin Thicke, but it looks like she's channeling all that energy into a new, majorly stress-relieving hobby. The actress told People that she went through two and a half hours a day of combat training for her recent movie, World of Warcraft, so it's pretty safe to say that by now she's in fighting shape.
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It's no secret that models work hard in the gym, but we didn't know just how hard Adriana Lima trained until we checked out her Instagram. In addition to regularly experimenting with all kinds of fighting workouts, she also gives 110 percent, as evidenced by this amazing video of her working out with her trainer. (BTW, when she's not in combat mode, Lima is one of the many seriously strong celebrities who love to lift heavy.)
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Graham is one of our favorite body positive models and also one of our best workout inspirations. While she really does it all in the gym, this model definitely gets her game face on in the ring from time to time. (For more, check out these 12 times Ashley Graham showed us what fitspo was really about.)
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Enchanted Rose Leggings
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It may be a tale as old as time, but a fun, printed pair of leggings will never go out of style. This cropped pair from Betsey Johnson features a romantic rose print that will leave you feeling feminine yet fierce when you're crushing your next workout. ($60; yogaoutlet.com)
A Golden Guest
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Bold and Daring Kicks
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We can’t think of anything more "enchanting" than a pair of bright, rosy red Nikes. Whether you're at the gym or just grabbing some coffee, these flexible and lightweight synthetic leather sneaks will be your go—to thanks to their support, durability, and style. ($110; nike.com)
Once Upon a Mat
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A Beast of a Bag
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If you looking to go on an "adventure in the great wide somewhere," then you might want to snag this water-resistant duffle. It doubles as a backpack with its detachable straps, and can basically handle anything you throw its way thanks to its ultra-durable fabric. Belle would definitely be on board for a bag this color. ($135; backcountry.com)
Look Like a Beauty...
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...and train like a beast in this graphic printed sports bra. The racerback style provides extra support, while the 'Beastmode' graphic motivates you to push yourself. Complete the look with a pair of chic black leggings for a badass monochrome aesthetic. ($43; revolve.com)
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