The recipe below requires using the entirety of the beet (greens, stalks, and all). Most people might not consider eating anything but the beet root, but the greens contain an astonishing amount of Vitamin K, calcium, iron, and magnesium, so don’t throw away those greens the next time you buy a bunch of beets! Sauté
Even the bars that don’t contain coconut usually pack in the sugar to an alarming extent, so I’ve been tweaking different recipes for a while now in the hopes of hitting that perfect combo of ingredients that’s chewy, not tooth-achingly sweet, and even somewhat healthy. It’s not as easy as it might sound, but I
Incredible easy to make, these flavorful eggplant slices are perfect as a light dinner with salad and bread, or can be served as an appetizer. They could also be served as an hors d’oeuvres if you use Japanese eggplant (of which you’d probably want to use 2 for this recipe), which are much thinner than
“What’s all the hype about turmeric? Turmeric is a spice from the turmeric plant and gives curry its yellow color. The turmeric root contains a chemical called curcumin, a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant with many scientifically-proven health benefits. It has shown potential to prevent age-related chronic health conditions such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s and cancer.
Upping the mileage on the bike requires good, clean fuel, and this quinoa is perfect for that. The high-protein quinoa and chicken sausage will keep you full for a while, and it’s a great recovery meal so that you’re ready to go again the next day! Leftovers are also delicious wrapped in a tortilla for an
Dandelion greens are the bomb, though you’ll probably want to avoid eating those on your lawn unless you live in the middle of nowhere and know that the neighborhood dogs haven’t had their morning pee on them, and no nasty pesticides have been sprayed on them, either. Living in the city, I prefer to trot
The salad below has become one of my healthy go-to dishes to bring to potlucks, have for lunch a few days in a row, or as a dinner side with some salmon. It’s incredibly easy, and wonderfully filling while also being light in the belly. Farro is one of the new “it” grains here in