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Keeping salad on its 'A' game, this bowl of greens leave all other salads in the dust! A mash up of asparagus, green peas, bell peppers, and quinoa lightly dressed in a creamy lemon herb dressing, this is salad reinvented. It's filling, it's a wellness warrior and most importantly it's darn deliciou...

When Cinco de Mayo falls on a Sunday - you brunch, Mexi style!

No way baby, this is NOT last night's dinner! This is your new breakfast: Breakfast Pizza. This plant-based, oil-free, guilt-free pizza does not require a hangover needed to nosh a pie in the a.m. You're starting off the day right with a kale and basil pesto, topped with creamy and cheesy organic t...

Lentils, beans and quinoa make up the protein trifecta of this power bowl. Depending on whether you divide it into two or four servings, this hearty meal dishes up 11-21 grams of protein per bowl.

Wait! Don't throw that out! Let's cut down on waste by using the entire food and infuse even more nutrition into our meals. Did you know that carrot greens contain 6 times the vitamin C of the root and are a great source of potassium and calcium?! In this root to stem salad, we're using just about...

FEBRUARY IS HEART HEALTH MONTH:: Whip up this heart healthy one pot meal in less than 30 minutes and you can eat all week! This oil-free and gluten free plant based pot of perfection that includes immune supportive kale and fiber/protein packed quinoa and beans will have your tummy satisfied and tha...

From greens to cruciferous to beans and roots, this is the tastiest, most nutrient dense and low-cal veg soup you'll need to stay healthy, satisfied and fit any time of the year.

The staying power of bone broth to both the culinary and nutrition arenas has been mildly impressive to me, so I thought I'd give it a closer look to try and understand why it is so desirable. After researching, I decided to create my own vegan bone broth and it's delicious!

Tofu, yes you ca-do! This is a perfect brunch dish (anytime, really) as it's easy enough to whip up for just your or a crowd. It keeps for about 3-4 days, covered in the fridge, and it very versatile. Add whatever vegetables you'd like (or maybe none at all - I don't want to hear about that!), spice...

A simple, yet incredibly nourishing quick meal that I'm convinced plays a part in me not suffering from that pesky flu I used to get every winter.  Packed with nutrient dense kale, fiber filled beans and tasty roasted tomatoes, this soup is quick, economical and freezes well. 

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