· Nov 24, 2015
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Easy to make and keep on hand in the freezer, gyros taste better when made a day ahead, and the loaf will slice better when chilled overnight. Serve with a cucumber yoghurt sauce and roasted spring potatoes, roasted cauliflower cous cous, or salad greens.
No longer “the other red meat,” this delicacy has earned a reputation for rich flavor and nutrition that’s all its own.
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An array of wholesome ways to prepare one of the healthiest foods you can eat.
This ubiquitous nut offers a happy combination of versatility and nutrition.
You may also want to try these succulent little bites with dried figs instead of dates.
Root veggies like turnips, parsnips, and rutabagas provide your body with deep nourishment and delightful flavors.
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Fermented foods not only support the immune system, they provide strains of good bacteria that are essential for health.
Fire up your salads and other dishes with the peppery flavors of watercress, dandelion greens, mustard greens, and arugula.
Chia, pumpkin, flax, sesame, and sunflower seeds are power foods that are packed with nutrients and can be easily added to your meals.
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