Mouthwatering Braised Cabbage + Collard Greens

This is a vegan and health-supportive version of a classic Smothered Cabbage and Collard Greens recipe ... and it's pretty amazing! The key is caramelizing the onions correctly (so don't skimp on this step!) AND using your lid for your stove top pan (this is essential for generating enough steam to cook to the greens and cabbage).

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5 Ways to Not to Throw Tons of Food Away at the End of the Week

Some tips that I have helped me shop more wisely and not waste food. I recommend reading them over, start with ONE to practice, and finding an accountability partner (e.g. a spouse, partner, bff, co-worker, etc) that you can check in with to keep you on point.

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Summer-y Lentil Salad

Summer is for light, fresh, and vibrant food! But, that doesn't mean that summer-y foods can't be filling. For people who don't normally eat salads, their biggest complaint is that they don't feel satisfied. If you're one of these people, consider this recipe for you!

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Winter Turmeric-y Stew

A ireally turmeric-y + earthy soup and filled with yukon potatoes, carrots, lentils, and shallots. The little dark specks you see is one of my favorite medicinal herbs: nettle leaf! It would really balance out with some (sweet) cornbread, too.

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Film Review: What the Health

If your social media timeline is anything like mine, you’ve likely seen buzz about the latest documentary released on Netflix called What the Health. What the Health is directed and produced by filmmaker, Kip Andersen (co-producer of the documentary Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret). The film follows Andersen in his search for the causality of chronic diseases, whether or not they can be reversed, and what the several health organizations have to say about it all. Overall, I rate the film 3.5/4 out of 5 stars. Read more to understand why.

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