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To add flavor without extra calories, turn to your favorite tea: Steep a bag in water and use that for boiling vegetables, cooking grains or poaching chicken and fish (like in Food Network Magazine's Green Tea Salmon). Try all kinds of tea, such as black, mint, chai, chamomile or spice. Just don't steep the tea bag for too long; the flavor can become bitter.

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