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Every Thursday, Greatist staff writer Sophie Breene scours the Web for the cheesiest, chocolatiest, avocado-iest, most melt-in-your-mouth food photos she can find.

The winners make it to The Greatist Table, a weekly roundup of themed images and recipes, everything from soup recipes to holiday drink ideas.

Whether it’s a practical way to keep our healthy resolutions or a way to convince ourselves that Brussels sprouts really do taste like candy, ultimately everyone can benefit from a little bit of porn.

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“I wanna’ know what feelings can I evoke with that picture.

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Shouldn’t taking and looking at pictures of the healthy stuff have a Unsurprisingly, the most popular category of food photos online is desserts (at least according to one report).

Head to Pinterest and some blogger’s freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies will likely float to the top of the page. ) But, perhaps more surprising, the second most commonly photographed type of food is vegetables, making up 18 percent of the food porn scene.

These sites also cater to growing niche communities who, unlike their Dorito-downing peers, have already committed to eating healthy, but don’t necessarily know what to do with a big batch of broccoli and quinoa.

For these folks too, food porn can be the difference between a healthy and an unhealthy diet But let’s be real here: Desserts still dominate the food porn scene.

But the blogger community seems to have long ago caught onto the idea that veggies and other healthy eats can be extremely photogenic.

It’s hard to find the exact numbers, but just from a few hours of browsing, it seems to me that for every dozen Pinterest boards and Tumblrs devoted to comfort food and baked goods, there’s at least one titled something like “healthy food porn” or “healthy recipes.” And just take my word for it, it’s possible to spend as much time looking at linguine with pea pesto as it is to spend staring at sugary sweets.

“It’s like my personal food porn,” she told me one Thursday afternoon.

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