Quick jaunts to the farmers’ market or specialty foods store may have been replaced by bulk grocery-store delivery orders, but that doesn’t mean healthy eating is impossible—or doomed to be boring. Here’s how to get more mileage out of your favorite pantry staples (we’re looking at you, mountain of canned chickpeas!) without spending a ton of money, energy, or time in the kitchen.

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  10. How to Use Lentils, the Protein-Packed, Plant-Based Staple Everyone Needs in Their Pantry

  11. Black Beans Are One of the Best Plant-Based, Gut-Healthy Protein Sources—Here Are 6 Ways to Use Them

  12. This 3-Ingredient High-Fiber Flaxseed Cracker Recipe Makes Enough Snacks for the Whole Week

  13. 5 Creative Leftover Rice Recipes—Because It’s the One Pantry Staple That Seems to Last Forever

  14. Grab a Can of Chickpeas and Make These High-Protein Vegan Blondie Muffins

  15. The Easy High-Fiber, Protein-Packed Breakfast That This Fitness Founder Eats Practically Every Morning

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