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The 5 Foods You Should Buy Organic

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Eating organic produce is a personal choice. Certified organically grown fruits and vegetables are those that have been grown without

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Pea Whole Wheat Couscous Risotto

Post sponsored by La Crema. See below for more details. I’ve always had a soft spot in my cooking for pearl couscous. Is it the healthiest choice? Not by a long shot. Is it delicious? Yes, yes it is. This small pasta cooks quick, soaks up every flavor, and has a lovely texture. I can’t [...]

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The Power of Bedside Manner in Healthcare Professionals

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

This is about bedside manner and it is a true story. It is not a Happy Ending story but a

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Winning the War on Hunger: Practical Solutions to Overeating

Don’t feel guilty if you struggle with snacking. Many people fall victim to the triggers that make us binge. Here are some of the most common reasons—and what you can do to fight back.

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Homemade Red Harissa | Component Cooking

If there’s one thing that rules my component cooking, it’s sauce and sauce-like recipes. Making a sauce or two a week can bring all your meals together. I can’t remember how I started making harissa but it’s become a favorite component of mine. The smoky, spicy flavor works well with many different recipe types and [...]

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Ginger-Soy Cabbage Quinoa Slaw

One of the reasons I love cooking is the constant flow. Sure, there are recipes I never change. But, a recipe I may have loved years ago can also morph and chang into something new. This quinoa slaw is a perfect example. It’s a combination of two different recipes from the site that have worked [...]

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Chipotle White Bean Tacos

Growing up, the liberal arts college in my hometown would hold an international celebration every year. It was, by far, one of my favorite things to attend. The college had a sizable student population from different countries and this event allowed all those students to showcase items and food from their cultures. When you’re in [...]

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Spiced Chickpea Fritters

If I can turn something into a fritter or cake, I will. They are comforting, easy, and can be a perfect addition to a weekly meal plan. I’m always a fan of these cauliflower cakes and quinoa cakes, but these chickpea fritters are a solid all-season recipe. If you have cooked chickpeas on hand, you [...]

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On the Road Again…

 By Crabby McSlacker Are you ready for a blog post chock full of healthy travel tips, amusing anecdotes, surprising discoveries, inspiring advice, and breathtaking photos of scenery and wildlife? Oops, sorry! You probably want to type a different URL up there in your search bar. Did you not realize this …

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Vegetarian Lunch, Three Ways

Post sponsored by Arla USA. See below for more details. One of the hardest parts about cooking is finding a balance between family members. Most of the time I cook one dish and everyone eats the same meal but occasionally I get a wild hair and make a few different items. This most often happens [...]

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