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Nuts are my comfort food. Whenever I relax, I eat nuts instead of chips or popcorn. Whenever I get stressed, I eat nuts instead of chocolate. And it’s not because they’re healthier, but it’s more about the fact that they’re the best snacks that I can eat all day without getting tired of the taste. They’re not too oily – that would make me lose my appetite and stop eating. Moreover, I’ve noticed that they make me alert, enabling me to concentrate on my work better.
Walnuts are my favorite. Give me a pack of walnuts and a book, and I am ready to lounge on my favorite couch and have a relaxing day ahead. Walnuts are the easiest thing to eat, with them being soft and crunchy at the same time. They also won’t go bad easily. I don’t have to worry about stocking too much of them on my shelf. And of course, they go really well with my favorite fruit, the banana, when I am in the mood for a dessert that’s not too sweet or too rich.
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