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Meatless Monday has been an ongoing tradition in my household for many years now, but with my efforts to eat plant-based about 80% of the time, our dinners are meatless more frequently. It can still be a struggle to get everyone on board with trying new dishes and mixing it up from the usual meatless […]
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Like brown rice, black rice is unpolished, meaning that the hull of the grain is intact. But unlike brown rice, black rice contains anthocyanins, the same antioxidant compounds that make blueberries a valuable additions to our diets. These compounds are what turn the rice (and the water) a deep purple as it cooks. The cooked black […]
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Golden hummus rocks in my healthy recipe book! When your food has fiber, protein, plant power, and tons of anti-inflammatory perks, it can elevate your health to a whole new level. This hummus gets its gorgeous golden hue from digestion-promoting fresh ginger, a pinch of metabolism-boosting cayenne pepper and a generous sprinkle of both fresh and ground turmeric – […]
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This veggie burger is seriously one of the best I have ever had. It’s so tasty when paired with Dark Horse’s fermented ketchup and a dollop of fermented mustard. Wrap these patties in some leafy greens and it’s a seriously healthy summer snack. Ingredients: 1 cup red quinoa 1 medium yellow onion (chopped) 2 tsp. chile […]
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This July 4th, detox while you retox with my favorite kombucha cocktail. Kombucha is a lightly fermented tea that is popular among everyone from health nuts to trendsetters. It’s tangy with just the right amount of fizz. I love GT’s Passion Berry Bliss Kombucha because it has the perfect amount of sweetness and is filled with […]
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My love for curry started with the flavor, I love complex spices and began to explore cooking with it more and more often – it was a pleasant surprise to learn that curry is not only a culinary delight, but also full of disease fighting antioxidants and minerals. The many herbs and spices (chili, coriander, […]
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I’m taking a little liberty with the name here, a Gazpacho is technically “a Spanish-style soup made from tomatoes and other vegetables and spices, served cold.” In this case, you’ll be using organic sweet summer corn as the base, there will be a bit of fresh tomatoes, and you can serve the soup warmed, chilled, […]
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Avocado toast has been done – it’s been done deliciously and in so many ways and I love all of them, but you know I’m not so big on the “toast” part. A slice of simple carbs, while delicious, doesn’t constitute as a wholesome meal (well…most of the time). That’s why I love this version […]
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I’m frequently asked if I eat animal protein and the answer is yes. I tried to go vegan for a year and it just didn’t work best for me. My experience led me to understand that we’re all unique in our nutritional needs – what works for you, doesn’t always for me (and vice-versa). I’ve […]
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Did you know in addition to kale, avocado, wild berries and all the other buzz worthy healthy foods of the moment, there is a whole food group that you should be eating more of? Veggies of course would be one, but what about bitter foods? How often do you consume the foods that activate all […]
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