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Dino burgers


We often tell stories about how strong the food we eat makes us. Take these burgers, for instance. They’re packed with spinach and quinoa and we all know that Popeye loves spinach and he’s the strongest person ever! It’s also obvious that dinosaurs devoured quinoa. You can tell just by looking at their skin – it looks like the texture of quinoa, doesn’t it? Need more proof? Just try these delicious burgers and you’ll see for yourself. You’ll be as strong as a sailor and as tall as a dinosaur. Who knows, you might even be able to breathe fire like a dragon. That’s what good food does to you.


100g (½ cup) black quinoa, rinsed and drained3 handfuls (75g) of fresh spinach, stems removed and roughly chopped2 sprigs of basil, stems removed75g (¾ cup) rolled oats2 tbsp lemon juiceOlive oil, for frying

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