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Zucchini Bread Overnight Oats

Here’s why I love overnight oats so much: they are easy, convenient, and there is no more excuse to not eat breakfast. Make the Overnight Oats at night, refrigerate, breakfast is ready the second you walk downstairs the next day. Adding zucchini to the oats is a no-brainer too. Not …

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Asian Baked Tofu

If you think you don’t like tofu, maybe it’s because you really don’t know tofu. I get it. You didn’t grow up with your mother going to the health food store to buy a block, and you had never heard anyone use the word “vegan”. Vegetarian didn’t come to be …

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Simple Roast Chicken

There is something so simple and comforting about a good roast chicken. Maybe it reminds me of my grandmother. I have memories of chickens being cooked, matzoh ball soups being made, and feeling loved. Or maybe it’s knowing that there is something beneficial to eating chicken. If you lean to …

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Pumpkin Spiced Overnight Oats

There is no excuse for skipping breakfast.When I see a client and they tell me they are “just not hungry” in the morning, I usually tell them “you might not feel hungry, but your brain is starving”. If you are a typical eater, meaning you eat dinner around 6 or …

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Best Ever Chicken Tortilla Soup

  I don’t know about you, but where I live, it has been raining. For days. And not a nice soft drizzle rain, but torrential downpour rain. Which naturally makes me think of hot, steamy soup. So I got to work in the kitchen. Soup is for fall and winter but since …

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Grilled Baby Bok Choy Salad with Tomatoes

Although my younger son is dubbed the pickiest person in my family, he constantly surprises me with what he will actually eat. Yes, he would subsist on pizza if he had his way, but, when asked what his favorite vegetable is?Bok choy. Wait, what? Yep, that leafy green vegetable that makes an …

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Late Summer Pickles Recipe

  The best part about the month of August around here is the bounty of vegetables that are literally crawling out of my garden. Cucumbers, pumpkins, tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, summer squash and all sorts of greens have made their debut. The worst part? It’s going to end soon. Which is …

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