Swearing off fast food is easy for some. For others, the siren call of Taco Bell is almost irresistible and the light of the Golden Arches beckons us like moths to flames. In general, completely depriving yourself of treats isn’t a great strategy. But no matter how many so-called healthy options your favorite fast food joints and chain restaurants tout, you’re better off satisfying some cravings at home. Read more: The best keto fast food options | The best vegan fast food optionsHappily, there’s no shortage of recipes that combine the copycat urge with the drive to eat healthier. As you might expect, most of them replace animal-derived ingredients with vegetables and meat alternatives, in addition to swapping out flours, fats and cooking methods.While the health benefits of rejiggered junk food may seem specious, it’s still better than hitting up the drive-through. Even if you’re not going full-on paleo, gluten-free, vegan (or what have you), making multiple minor changes to your culinary habits — like baking instead of frying, cutting down on oils and fats, reducing sugar and salt, eating a little less meat every week and skipping the easiest dine-out options in favor of cooking at home more often — can really add up to feeling… Read full this story
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