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5 Incredibly Bizarre Easter Traditions Around the World

Have you ever microwaved a peep just to watch it expand and then explode?  Easter egg hunts, Cadbury eggs, and taking photos of terrified children on the Easter Bunny’s lap are all exceptionally American Easter traditions. But where did all of these traditions originate?  Due to our love for travel, cultural exploration, and a little adventure, we were curious how people celebrate Easter around the world.  So we did a bit of research, and this is what we found!

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Eat Like An Olympian: Quick and Easy Healthy Peanut Butter Recipes

The average American will eat nearly 3,000 PB&J sandwiches in their lifetime.  I for one, can attest to the accuracy of this statistic.  I refused to eat anything besides PB&Js for lunch during elementary school (to the dismay and frustration of my mother).  So it’s not surprising that there’s an entire day dedicated to this gooey, delicious, protein-rich spreadable.  Unfortunately, peanut butter has a bit of a bad reputation.  Once ostracized for it’s high fat content during the low-fat fads of the 90’s (see: The rise and fall of the no-fat fad), peanut butter has officially made a comeback.  Lucky for you, we’ve put together a couple of peanut butter centered recipes that will keep your waist-line in check, and your body fueled.

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