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So many recipes simply state: "serves 4" without really describing what a serving is (ounces, pieces, cups?) This is very frustrating. Thanks for including that in yours. - Julia E. Salomon, MS, RD. Registered Dietitian, Nutrition Educator
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Greens are loaded with flavor, packed with nutrients, and super versatile in the kitchen. They're perfect for all kinds of quick kitchen hacks, and today I want to share one of my favorites with you: double duty greens.
I know your days are busy. I know your planner is packed. And I know that new resources can really make a difference for you and your clients. Today I want to share a free version of one of my very favorite resources: the white label newsletter...
The other day, I was checking my watch as I set the timer for dinner and I realized that I had a perfect opportunity to go for a walk while my meal was baking. What a great chance to multitask by baking my meal, I could prep dinner and meet my daily step goal all at once!
Ever feel uninspired in the kitchen? Today I want to help with that. You see, I've discovered a way to reenergize your cooking...
I love exploring smart ways to serve healthy meals on a budget. And I'm not only talking about budgeting money -- it's also important to budget time! Cooking something in one session and then using it in meals throughout the week is a great way to make ingredients stretch while saving yourself time in future meal prep...
Beans are versatile, keep well, freeze beautifully, and are perfect for "planned overs!"
MyPlate advises people to fill half their plates with fruits and vegetables at each meal, but sometimes this is easier said than done. Today's kitchen hacks will focus on ways to make that goal achievable!
This bean salad looks very nice when placed on a bed of leaf lettuce and garnished with fresh wedges of lemon.
This salad is loaded with healthy foods that are rich in phytochemicals. Plus, it comes together in a snap!