Dina Lynne, Food-Lover
Sunday night leftover-makeover
What to do with leftover shredded cabbage, the last of the season's cherry tomatoes from the garden, and a leftover half of a red onion? Cook up a cup of quinoa, add a can of rinsed chickpeas, a ha...
A toaster waffle makeover!
Ditch the butter and syrup and try this version, which is far lower in sugar and saturated fat but higher in fiber and healthy fat. And you'll be satisfied with only one waffle! Just toast up a who...
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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Using leftovers makes plant-based eating easy and delicious!
Elevating a plain lettuce and tomato salad with leftover tricolor quinoa and leftover chickpeas, drizzled with a lemony garlicky tahini sauce.
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...
An unexpectedly scrumptious snack
Spring is here! Simple roasted asparagus is a special treat. Roast a bunch and keep in the fridge for a quick snack or chop into salads, rice or pasta dishes, or soup. I love them right out of the ...
A Vertical Approach
Using a tiered produce storage basket like this not only looks nice, but helps you store and track your fruits and veggies. This minimizes waste and encourages you to cook and snack smartly.
Crush it with Kale — Diet ID
"Why do nutritionists and health food foodies get so excited about kale, anyway? I’ll tell you!"
Did You Know?
Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies. Most of the time it can be prevented and reversed with iron-rich, healthy choices every day.