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A common challenge: Eating plant based on vacation... I've turned that into a fun opportunity rather than a challenge -
I look forward to finding and trying plant based friendly eateries everywhere we travel. Our family favorite in Chicago: Kale My Name! Our boys ask for it anytime we're headed to or through Chicago...
DietIDdietitian That's awesome! I agree it's fun -- one resource I find particularly helpful is HappyCow -- you can look up vegan, vegetarian, veg-friendly restaurants, and natural food stores by area at...
If you can swing it, a food processor makes all the difference!
I am part of a family of 5 - 3 teen/pre-teen sons - it means we need large quantities for meals to feed everyone. We try to eat plant-based as much as possible - so as the boys got older, I investe...
Another lentil salad!
DietIDdietitian This looks so good! What's in it? Love your socks!
rac steamed lentils, feta, basil, cucumbers, radish, bell peppers, olive oil, and apple cider vinegar. It was so easy to prep and refreshing + filling!
A quick and simple way to enjoy lentils
Eating more beans and lentils is a wonderful way to get more fiber and nutrients. A lentil salad is one of the easiest, fastest, and most delicious ways to enjoy lentils. Here's the recipe:
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Apple roses for Valentine’s Day!
My mom made these delicious apple roses with store bought puff pastry, apricot jam, and honey crisp apples. Super easy way to get fresh fruit into dessert!
DianaO hey look delicious!
Microgreens on top of this lentil salad added so much flavor and crunch!
I'm so glad the farmers market in town is open again. I found these delicious cilantro microgreens. I have been topping literally every dish with them, but they were particularly delicious in this ...
These are the only 4 ingredients you need to make fresh hummus. A blender, food processor, or immersion blender takes care of the rest! Most people also add salt to taste and a bit of olive oil for...
Ok not the healthiest, but my son loved making these mini donuts or “gulab jamun” with his grandma.
Getting him excited about cooking has really helped him take ownership of his own healthy eating habits.
DietIDdietitian I love getting kids involved in cooking! It makes them feel so empowered!
No time to cook dinner tonight! Here's what I made in 5 minutes flat.
A power bowl! I quickly sliced and sauteed half a green pepper, half a red pepper, and a half a red onion while filling the bowl with leftover quinoa, cherry tomatoes, leafy greens, and a blob of h...