Roasting root veggies, like carrots, at a high temperature is a wonderful way to bring out their natural sweetness. This tasty recipe takes less than five minutes of active time to prepare, and can be a perfect addition to for meals or snacktime. Continue Reading Clean Eating Roasted Cumin Carrot Sticks
Just because we know we should eat healthier over the holidays, doesn’t mean we need to sacrifice taste, our waistlines or our food “morals.” It is totally possible to enjoy all the flavors of the holidays without having to compromise. Continue Reading Healthier Holidays: Sage Cornbread Stuffing with Mushroom Gravy
Chana dal can be used in so many ways as an addition to soups, curries, salads, over rice or other grains (I like mine with quinoa). They can also be tossed in some olive or coconut oil, along with some spices, and roasted in the oven for a healthy snack. Like their larger common varieties of chickpea, they can be made into a fabulous hummus. Continue Reading Chana Dal
To the average American, dandelions are simply weeds, but to my mother they were a nutritious meal. Bitter greens are consumed regularly in Greek households — they’re a staple. “Radiki,” as we call them in Greek, are mostly a combination of mustard greens, herbs, and dandelions. Continue Reading Radiki, or Why I Brake for Bitter Greens
Let’s break out of the kale chip rut, shall we, and move on to the next trendy, nutritious, leafy green. Yep, we’re lookin’ at YOU, baby bok choy! Continue Reading Move Over Kale Chips, Bok Choy Chips are Next!
During October Unprocessed and even beyond, bottled red peppers won’t do. They’re watery and practically tasteless. So fire up the grill or preheat the oven and make a batch or two to have on hand. Continue Reading When It’s Okay to Burn Your Food
While everyone’s individual story is different, we all tend to move through the same five stages on the way from processed food to real food. And the more I shared about this idea, the more I could see how empowering it is to know what stage you’re in and what terrain lies ahead. Continue Reading Where Are YOU On Your NOURISH Evolution? (and Sautéed Sweet Potatoes with Shallot, Chile, and Lime)
I don’t know about you guys, but for me, cutting back on my sugar consumption was a process. Here are my five favorite tips for curbing a wicked sweet tooth. Continue Reading Five Tips for Curbing Sugar Cravings, and Simple Sweet Potato Fries