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Posts made in February, 2014

Almond Butter Veggie Satay

Posted by on Feb 24, 2014 in Featured, Main Courses, Recipes | 1 comment

Almond Butter Veggie Satay

  Satay is typically a dish made with grilled meat served with a sauce. I love to take recipes and make healthier versions, and what’s better than a dish that’s chock full of antioxidant-rich vegetables? I’ll tell you what’s better, a dish that’s chock full of antioxidant-rich vegetables, and is made with a to-die-for almond butter sauce. This dish is great for Meat-free Monday (or any meat-free meal), and it’s wonderful for using up any veggies you have left in your fridge. I used what I had on-hand, but anything you have would be delicious. This...

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Spring Is Coming! Here Are 3 Tips To Prepare

Posted by on Feb 18, 2014 in Featured, Health Tips, Nutrition | 0 comments

Spring Is Coming! Here Are 3 Tips To Prepare

  Hi friends, I’m so excited! The sun has been shining bright and beautiful, kiddos are playing outside, and the temps are in the 70’s this week! (Well, at least in my neck of the woods.) You know what this all means…spring is around the corner! Just 29 short days, to be exact. Are you ready to embrace the season? For some people, it’s easy to put on a few pounds in the winter when it’s dark and gloomy outside. But it’s time to reverse the trend! Here are my 3 best tips to prepare your body and mind for a happy, healthy spring: Tip #1: Get moving....

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Sweet Potato & Adzuki Bean Pilaf

Posted by on Feb 3, 2014 in Featured, Main Courses, Recipes | 0 comments

Sweet Potato & Adzuki Bean Pilaf

  (This recipe was originally posted a few weeks ago on MindBodyGreen.) Comfort food can mean a lot of different things, but for me it often means a bowl of cooked grains, beans and vegetables. A bowl of cooked grains is filling and warming during the colder months, and in the warmer months, it’s a dish that’s wonderful served cold. This pilaf is so easy to throw together for a dinner, and you can save any leftover cooked grains for other meals such as breakfast porridges. (I’m a huge fan of cooking once, eating twice.) Millet and quinoa are both gluten-free and are...

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