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Vegetable Omelet

Eggs are common in the Mediterranean diet because they’re economical and readily available. Eating eggs is a great choice for you because they’re a good source of protein and vitamins A, D, and B-12.

You can replace the vegetables in this recipe with whatever you have on hand. Some good fits include mushrooms, broccoli, and spinach. Just make sure you sauté them until they’re soft before adding your eggs.

Vegetable Omelet Recipe

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