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06 Jul

Two new seasonals designed for summer sipping from our buddies up in Bend, Oregon.

Deschutes Brewery Lil’ Squeezy Juicy Ale – Lil’ Squeezy — a nod to Deschutes’ Fresh-Squeezed IPA — is the Oregon brewery’s stab at a sessionable hazy/New England IPA. It’s nod a bad effort. The richness of the malt and an abundance of hops give Lil’ Squeezy a gravity that few session IPAs can find. There’s ample fruit here — though less perhaps than you’d expect — with grapefruit and lemon the dominant flavors. The finish is more west coast-piney, lightly woody, and a bit floral. And while it’s definitely not the bruiser that many IPAs today are, I would never have guessed it was only 5% alcohol. 5% abv. A- / $9 per six pack

Deschutes Brewery Humm Zinger Kombucha Radler – This is a unique and quirky radler made by combining Humm Kombucha with Cascade hops and pilsner malt. The combination is downright kooky, a hyper-fruity, sweet-and-sour mix of grapefruit, guava, and mango, informed by a lightly bitter edge that keeps the finish zippy and, indeed, zingy. The beer finishes clean and refreshing, a grown-up lemonade and/or a starter sour, depending on your point of view, finishing in a slightly different direction with notes of walnuts and a gentle leather quality. Intriguing (and weird) stuff. 4.3% abv. B+ / $12 per six pack

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06 Jul

The Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palettes have started to stack up, and I thought for Saturday’s round-up, I’d look back at past palettes released by the brand–both limited edition and permanent–and see how they’ve performed overall. They’re some of the palettes I find myself reaching for if I need something to pair with one-off eyeshadows (say a few single, super metallic eyeshadows or some cream eyeshadows) or for fun.

I’m very excited about the mini 15-pan palettes (Sunrise), and I hope we’ll see more variations from the brand in this form, which is more affordable and still contains plenty of product.  There are times when I’ve thought about purchasing the 28-pans because I have very early editions, and I’m curious if there have been some tweaks down the line–the brand has changed their formula noticeably over the years (shimmers are less creamy to the touch but wear better for me, mattes are more substantial, more consistent).

The palettes that I feel like I’ve used the most are: Sunset, Nude, Gold, Cranberry, Biba, Lila (Mini), and Lila, while I don’t feel like I’ve gone back to Tropic much, if at all.

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06 Jul

A Winston-Salem bar hosted a competition-based fund raiser to help first responders suffering from mental illnesses Saturday night.Kelly Days invited people to earn bragging rights by flipping a tractor tire as many times as they can and seeing how long they can hold a fire ax.The bar hosted with North Carolina First Responders Peer Support, an organization that helps first responders get through the stress and trauma of their jobs.The community came together to spend the night de-stigmatize Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other mental health illnesses.”First responders, we are our own first enemy,” said Jay Walsh, a member of NCFRPS. “We are trained to basically go and do things most people don’t want to do. And because of that, we are trained to live with it. That’s kind of the thing we try to do as a peer support team is to help people get the help that they need to get past those things.People who participated in the tire flipping promised to flip it one time for every $5 raised. Or, they can have Holt William Alcon flip the tire!All of the money raised goes towards treatment for North Carolina first responders who are suffering from any mental health disorder. It will also help send people to mental health conferences in the future.The event was in memory of Olympic luge athlete Nodar Kumaritashvili, who died in 2010.

A Winston-Salem bar hosted a competition-based fund raiser to help first responders suffering from mental illnesses Saturday night.

Kelly Days invited people to earn bragging rights by flipping a tractor tire as many times as they can and seeing how long they can hold a fire ax.

The bar hosted with North Carolina First Responders Peer Support, an organization that helps first responders get through the stress and trauma of their jobs.

The community came together to spend the night de-stigmatize Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other mental health illnesses.

“First responders, we are our own first enemy,” said Jay Walsh, a member of NCFRPS. “We are trained to basically go and do things most people don’t want to do. And because of that, we are trained to live with it. That’s kind of the thing we try to do as a peer support team is to help people get the help that they need to get past those things.

People who participated in the tire flipping promised to flip it one time for every $5 raised. Or, they can have Holt William Alcon flip the tire!

All of the money raised goes towards treatment for North Carolina first responders who are suffering from any mental health disorder. It will also help send people to mental health conferences in the future.

The event was in memory of Olympic luge athlete Nodar Kumaritashvili, who died in 2010.

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06 Jul

Unleashed

Tarte Unleashed 15-Pan Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette ($39.00 for 0.645 oz.) is a new, limited edition eyeshadow palette with a mix of rosy and warm-toned neutrals with pops of mid-tone teal and deeper blue-teal. I really enjoyed the palette from a quality standpoint, and I’m not always a fan of Tarte’s eyeshadows (often the mattes are too powdery), but these had a lot of intensity, good substance, and were easy to work with.

Tarte Swan Song Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow
Tarte Swan Song Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow
Tarte Swan Song Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow
Tarte Swan Song Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow
Tarte Swan Song Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow
Tarte Swan Song Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow

Swan Song

Swan Song is a pale beige with warmer undertones and a satin sheen. It had opaque pigmentation but had a fairly powdery texture, though it was quite finely-milled, so there was some fallout along with sheerness when applied. It wore well for seven hours before I noticed fading.

Oh Deer

Oh Deer is a muted, medium pink-coral with warm undertones and a matte finish. It had a moderately powdery consistency that made it prone to sheering out, so it was hard to achieve more than medium to semi-opaque coverage with it (even over a primer). It showed signs of fading after seven hours of wear.

Hippocritical

Hippocritical is a light, rosy copper with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It had opaque color coverage that adhered evenly to bare skin and blended out well. The consistency was soft, lightly creamy, and smooth to the touch. It lasted nicely for eight hours on me before creasing slightly.

Bear Necessities

Bear Necessities is a deep brown with cool undertones and a matte finish. It had opaque pigmentation with a soft, blendable texture, but it was more powdery and had a little bit of fallout if I wasn’t careful. It wore well for seven and a half hours before fading on me.

Koalified

Koalified is a muted, medium-dark plummy brown with subtle, warm undertones and a matte finish. It had good color coverage that was buildable to full pigmentation with less than half of a layer. The texture was soft, silky, and lightly powdery in the pan but blended out well and didn’t sheer out too readily. It stayed on well for seven and a half hours on me before I noticed fading.

Toucan Do It

Toucan Do It is a brighter, medium orange with strong, warm undertones and a matte finish. The texture was soft, finely-milled, and blendable without being too powdery. It had rich pigmentation that applied well to bare skin and blended out easily. It lasted nicely for eight hours on me before fading noticeably.

No Fox Given

No Fox Given is a medium-dark copper with moderate, warm undertones and a matte finish. The color payoff was opaque, while the consistency was soft, silky, and smooth without being powdery. It applied well, blended out with ease, and wore well eight hours on me before fading visibly.

Iguana Love You

Iguana Love You is a slightly muted, medium-dark red with strong, warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It had rich pigmentation in a single layer, which applied evenly and blended out nicely. The consistency was smooth to the touch, dense without being too thick or firmly pressed in the pan, and easy to work with. It stayed on well for eight hours on me before showing signs of fading.

Irrelephant

Irrelephant is a slightly muted, medium gold with warm undertones and a bright, metallic finish. It was intensely pigmented with a smooth, creamy consistency that was dense without being too thick or firmly pressed in the pan. It lasted nicely for eight hours on me before I noticed any fading.

Toad-ally

Toad-ally is a brighter, medium teal with warmer undertones (so it leans green) paired with a frosted finish. The texture was soft, smooth, and blendable without being too powdery nor too firmly pressed in the pan. It had opaque pigmentation that wore well eight hours on me before fading a bit.

You’re Lion

You’re Lion is a bright, light-medium gold with strong, warm undertones and a metallic finish. The color coverage was opaque in one layer, while the texture was smooth, lightly creamy, and blendable without being too dense or too firmly pressed in the pan. It stayed on nicely for eight hours on me before fading slightly.

Monkey Business

Monkey Business is a bright, medium-dark gold with strong, warm orange undertones and a metallic sheen. The eyeshadow had opaque color payoff in a single layer, which applied well to bare skin with a smooth, even lay down of product. It had a smooth, lightly creamy consistency that wasn’t too firmly nor too loosely pressed in the pan. It lasted well for eight hours on me before showing signs of fading.

Camelflauge

Camelflauge is a soft, medium brown with subtle, warm undertones and a matte finish. It had rich pigmentation with a smooth, silky texture that wasn’t too powdery nor too firmly pressed in the pan. The eyeshadow applied evenly and blended out without difficulty. It wore well for seven and a half hours on me before fading noticeably.

Hawkward

Hawkward is a light, dirty gold with a sparkling, metallic sheen. It had a very wet-look to it when applied to my skin, though it applied best with a fingertip or a wet brush as dry application yielded more semi-opaque coverage and some fallout. This shade stayed on well for seven and a half hours on me and had light fallout over time.

Party Animal

Party Animal is a muted, medium-dark blue with cooler undertones and a sparkling, metallic sheen. It had rich pigmentation in a single pass, which applied well to bare skin with a smooth, even lay down of product. The texture was soft, a little drier to the touch, but it blended out nicely on my skin. It lasted well for eight hours on me before I noticed any fading.

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06 Jul

Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston has become well known for his gregarious personality out on tour, but the 30-year-old recently revealed a different side to himself in a blog post for the European Tour.

In the post, Johnston, who shot into prominence with a win at the 2016 Open de Espana and a top-10 finish at that year’s Open Championship, details some of the personal struggles he’s dealt with in the years since.

After breaking up with a long-term girlfriend, splitting with a swing coach and having his flat broken into in 2018, Johnston writes: “I was angry. I was wound up. I just thought it was the golf. I didn’t [realize] what was happening. It felt like every week was really tough. I was fighting. I was trying to practice more, do more, and I didn’t [realize] that I was just slowly burning myself out.”

After after a T-27 finish at the Nedbank Challenge last November, he didn’t even retrieve his clubs from his locker. “I went straight back to the hotel and just cried,” he wrote.

It was a similar story when he nearly walked off the golf course a few weeks later at the Australian PGA: “I hit two bad shots, and I couldn’t mentally handle it at all. I had no idea what was going on. I was so angry, so wound up, which is really unlike me. I came off there and cried. I knew then that something wasn’t right.”

Johnston would break up with his caddie a short while later, believing it was unfair to the continue the partnership in light of his struggles.

After some time off from competition, he began working with a sports psychologist and starting thinking about how his life changed back in 2016, given his sudden surge of popularity, particularly in the United States.


You’ve heard his nickname. Seen his beard. Here’s the story of Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston, the man who can destroy a 32-ounce steak.


“You’ve got to remember, I’m a normal geezer from Finchley,” he wrote. “Next thing, I see a poll over in America asking fans, ‘Who are you looking forward to seeing more?’ I was above Tiger Woods. 

“I was thinking, ‘What is going on? To get your head around that is very tough, and then came the pressure I put on myself to perform.”

Johnston says he’s now learning how to how to process his desire to please his fans without it becoming a burden. 

He also recently announced that he and his fiancee, Jodie Valencia, are expecting their first child.

“With Jodie, we’re constantly together, so to have your best mate with you all the time is wicked, and golf is just a small part of it at the end of the day. I didn’t [realize] that before,” he wrote.

“As long as you’ve got your family and friends and you’re healthy, they are the most important things, and we are so lucky to be able to do this as a job. It comes with demands, but every job does. It’s just a learning curve.”

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06 Jul

“In the early sixties, Tony Garcy, America’s premier 165-pounder devised a new and different way to press. It required more than raw strength. It required a high degree of timing, coordination, balance, and quickness…the Olympic-style press is really a quick lift. You are, in effect, hurling the bar upward off your shoulders in one smooth, coordinated movement.”

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06 Jul

This month, we welcome back Marta Rivera for more of her meal plans. Marta is a trained chef, mom of twins, and wife to a newly-retired soldier!

This week’s meal plan of unique dishes will expose you to recipes that may not be on your radar, and help get you out of any mealtime ruts.

I do my best to break with routine by incorporating techniques I don’t typically use, like allowing acid to “cook” my proteins for ceviche, or introducing new dishes, like a vegetarian curry, to the family.

Plan ahead for future busy weeknights by freezing leftovers. Most recipes can be stored (frozen) for up to six months. Be sure to wrap (or bag) them properly to get the most longevity from them. If you’re looking for more meals to double and freeze, here are some of our favorites.

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06 Jul

Happy Saturday! I always enjoy seeing what makes up the week’s top ten highest-reviewed products, so I hope you find it somewhat interesting as well! 🙂

What was your week in review like?

  • Your skin tone/coloring:
  • Favorite look from the week:
  • Your most used product this week:
  • Any beauty discoveries (new or old):

Colour Pop Hooked Blush Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a muted, medium orange with warm undertones and a dusting of fine, gold pearl. The texture was…

Colour Pop Hooked Blush Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a muted, medium orange with warm undertones and a dusting of fine, gold pearl. The texture was…

Colour Pop Sidewayz Blush Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a medium coral with warm undertones, but leans pinker, and warmer, coppery-gold pearl. It had…

Colour Pop Sidewayz Blush Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a medium coral with warm undertones, but leans pinker, and warmer, coppery-gold pearl. It had…

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Jun 29, 2019 — Jul 5, 2019

Total Reviews (66)
Brands Reviewed (7)

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06 Jul

July 6 at 2:00 PM

Scientists have created the most complete network ever of a central nervous system, a team of neurobiologists reported in the journal Nature. The researchers traced every neuron in small worms to create a diagram that other experts described as the “gold standard” connectome: the neural map responsible for senses and behaviors.

A connectome is a wiring schematic, like a circuit diagram, that shows how nerve cells link to each other and to organs. Building a human connectome is a long-sought goal among neuroscientists. It remains out of reach, despite investments such as the BRAIN Initiative, which the National Institutes of Health funded at more than $400 million in 2018.

But researchers behind the worm connectome say maps such as this could help explain the biology of mental disorders that affect humans. Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder “may be connectopathies. That is, they’re due to abnormal or faulty or incorrect wiring somewhere in the nervous system,” said study author Scott Emmons, an expert in the nervous system at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. If scientists better understand when wires malfunction in the worm, “that could well lead to insights into mental disorders in a rather direct way,” he said.

The worm in question is Caenorhabditis elegans. Thin and translucent as a glass noodle, the microscopic animal lives in dirt and eats bacteria. Bench biologists like C. elegans because the animal is easy to raise, with a simple body plan, yet behaves just complexly enough to be interesting. More scientists study the worm than it has cells in its body — it has about 1,000, all of which have been mapped. The worm’s whole genome was the first of any animal sequenced. In December, several thousand worms were flown to the International Space Station to observe how muscles react to spaceflight.

“The C. elegans nervous system has made a massive contribution to neuroscience,” Emmons said. Nerve cells exchange signals, like relay runners handing off batons, at connections called synapses. Key proteins in synapses were first discovered in the worms, before scientists knew to look for similar proteins in mammals.

The Nobel Prize-winning biologist Sydney Brenner, who died in April, championed C. elegans research beginning in the 1960s. Brenner and his colleagues submitted the first C. elegans connectome for publication in 1984. Microscope images and the wiring diagram, completed by hand, filled six paper notebooks.

“There were still regions in the animal that hadn’t been looked at. And those gaps are sealed,” said Rockefeller University biologist Shai Shaham. “This will be the main reference point to which everything else will now be compared.”

Rochester University biologist Douglas Portman, who studies sex differences in C. elegans and was not involved with this research, called this connectome the “version 2.0” of what Brenner and his colleagues accomplished.

“There’s cool stuff that’s going on that we didn’t even know about,” Portman said. The worms’ organs, such as intestines and gonads, are more heavily innervated than some biologists had predicted. The system is very tightly connected. Signals from a sensory neuron can reach nearly any cell within two passes of the electrochemical baton.

Emmons and his team digitized some of the same microscope images used by the original workers. Their reconstructions on a computer allowed the scientists to count many more synapses for the new connectome. Brenner’s team had mapped only one of the worm sexes, the hermaphrodite, which can self-fertilize its own eggs or use a male’s sperm. The new report includes the connectomes of both sexes.

The male worm has 385 neurons and the hermaphrodite has 302. Add in muscles, organs and synapses, and the connectome is a web of nodes laced together by several thousand strands.

(Humans have approximately 86 billion neurons and trillions of synapses. For perspective: Scale the Statue of Liberty and you’ve traveled upward about 300 feet. An 86-billion-foot journey could take you to the moon and back 35 times.)

In the part of the worm analogous to its brain, some connections are “considerably stronger” in the male than the hermaphrodite, Portman said. That may stem from different priorities. Alone in an environment filled with food, hermaphrodite worms will stay put and eat. Male worms, however, eventually slither away from the food in search of mates.

In the future, “the ability to link specific neurons with specific behaviors will also allow us to really establish the extent to which wired and wireless circuits contribute to specific behaviors,” said Piali Sengupta, a biologist at Brandeis University who was unaffiliated with this research.

There are still frontiers left to map. “The field needs to go and do this in other species,” Portman said. The published connectomes are reconstructions, stitched from images of several animals. “We need to have many more examples of individual C. elegans.”

Other laboratory groups are developing the connectomes of larval stages of the worm. Efforts are also underway to map the 100,000 neurons in the fruit fly connectome, and all of the connections in a cubic millimeter of a mouse brain.

“The field of connectomics is in its infancy,” said Emmons, who likened it to the early days of genetic sequencing. “It has an enormous future ahead of it.”

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06 Jul

Falafel made in the air fryer is crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle. Stuff them in a pita packed with veggies and tahini sauce for an easy, quick meal!

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One of my top vegetarian cravings is falafel! Stuffed in a pita or tossed on a salad and served with veggies and sauce, these crunchy little spiced nuggets have only one downside: The Deep Fryer. To get them perfectly crunchy, you need to fry these guys, which can involve a lot of clean up.

Or you could air fry them.

Now, I don’t expect that there will be too many falafel street carts setting up with air fryers any time soon. It’s true that the falafel cooked this way doesn’t get 100 percent as crispy as a traditional deep fry, but it’s very close. Plus, the the easy clean-up and use of less oil make it totally worth it.

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What Is Falafel?

Falafel is traditionally made by soaking dried chickpeas and mashing them with spices, garlic, and a few other simple add-ins. Shaped into balls or discs and deep fried, they are a great vegetarian option stuffed in a soft pita.

I like to make my falafel with canned chickpeas and pair them with crunchy veggies, lettuce, and a simple tahini sauce.

How to Shape Falafel for Air Frying

After you process your chickpeas together with your herbs, garlic, and spices, you need to shape them into a small unit. Typically, this takes the form of tablespoon-sized balls that get tossed in a deep fryer. For air frying, though, I think discs work better. They lay flat in the air fryer basket and don’t roll around as they air fry and cook evenly.

Plus, it’s a bit easier to stuff them in a pita if they are flat!

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Ways to Serve Falafel

  • Sandwich them! For my money (and it is my money, because I buy the groceries and my kids don’t have jobs yet), it’s hard to beat this crunchy, air-fried falafel stuffed in warm pita bread.
  • Vegetarian salad! I’ve also enjoyed them tossed on a bed of greens as a salad, and used the tahini sauce as a salad dressing.
  • Bento box for lunch? You can also use leftover falafel as a bento box ingredient paired with other Mediterranean ingredients such as olives and sun-dried tomatoes.

Making the Tahini Sauce

Tahini is basically a nut butter but made with sesame seeds rather than peanuts. It’s incredibly smooth and savory.

This is an easy sauce to stir together right in a bowl, although you could use the food processor if you wanted to. I blend the tahini with some yogurt to lighten it up and add some lemon juice to balance out the richness.

The only note about this sauce is that it will be very thick with just the yogurt and tahini. You have to thin it considerably before it’s spreadable. I just use hot water for this and you’ll need anywhere from 1/4 to 1/2 cup of hot water to get it to the right consistency. The sauce should be easily spreadable and barely pourable. You can make this ahead of time—a day or so—and store it in the fridge until you’re ready to use it.

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Freezing and Reheating Falafel

If you have leftover falafel discs, which you probably will because each pita sandwich takes about 4 to 5 falafel and this recipe makes about 30 falafel, they keep great in the fridge for 5 to 6 days or you can freeze them for longer storage in airtight ziptop bags.

I recommend reheating them in a 350°F oven until they are reheated and crispy again, about 10 to 12 minutes. You could also reheat them in the air fryer a second time for a few minutes at a lower 300 F˚ if you want to bust it out again.

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Air Fryer Falafel Recipe

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Alternative cooking options: If you don’t have an air fryer, you can do one of two things:

Deep fry: If I’m deep frying them, I roll them into balls rather than discs. Deep fry them at 350°F for about 4 minutes until they are golden brown on the outside.

Pan fry: This works best in a cast iron skillet with about 1 inch of oil in the skillet. If you are using the pan fry method, shape the falafel into discs, like air frying. Fry the falafel over medium-high heat for 3 to 4 minutes per side.

Remove and drain on paper towels.

Ingredients

For the tahini sauce:

For the falafel:

For serving:

Method

1 Make the tahini sauce: In a medium bowl, stir together tahini, yogurt, lemon juice, and olive oil. The mixture will be very thick to start. Thin it out with hot water until it’s easily spreadable. You’ll have to slowly add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of hot water to get it to the right consistency.

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2 Make the falafel mixture: In the bowl of a food processor, add the chickpeas, parsley, cilantro, garlic, shallot, flour, sesame seeds, cumin, paprika, lemon, and salt. Pulse until mixture comes together in a rough paste. It shouldn’t be completely smooth.

Shape the falafel mixture into tablespoon-sized discs, about 1-inch in diameter.

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3 Air fry the falafel: Spray the basket for your air fryer with some nonstick olive oil. Add as many falafel discs into the basket as you can without them touching and spray them with olive oil very lightly. Air fry the falafel at 350°F˚ for 8 minutes. Flip and fry for another 6 minutes on the second side.

Repeat until you use all the falafel mixture. You should get 25 to 30 falafel discs.

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4 Serve the falafel: Serve the falafel in warm pita (I like to microwave my pita first for 15 seconds). Serve with tahini yogurt sauce and any toppings you like!

Leftover falafel will store great in the fridge for 5 to 6 days or you can freeze the falafel for longer storage. Reheat falafel in a 350°F oven for 10 to 12 minutes until warmed through.

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