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Spiced Black Beans | Component Cooking

In my list of components, these spiced black beans are at the top. We eat a lot of quesadillas, tacos, and enchiladas around our house. Having these beans on hand makes these meals much faster and tastier! I typically cook large batches of dried black beans with minimal added flavors then freeze them. From there, [...]

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Coconut Curry Popcorn

A healthy and savory snack that works well for movie night!

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Garlicky Spinach Cornmeal Crepes

There is a possibility that I could eat crepes for every meal. They are a light and wonderful substitute for breakfast pancakes. For lunch, I like to tuck vegetables and cheese inside and use in place of grilled cheese. For dinner, crepes can be used in place of tortillas in enchiladas. And of course, my [...]

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The Mystery of Squat Form: How Low Should You Go, Really?  

Perhaps no exercise topic is more debated than proper squat form. How low should you squat? Turns out the answer is more complex—and personal—than most people will admit. And it all starts with a simple test. Here’s a guide to finding the right squat position for your body.

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Curried Carrot Cashew Salad

There are flavor combinations I have a hard time not repeating all the time. This salad is fairly indicative of one of my favorites: carrots and curry. I’ve made curried carrot soup, a split pea curried carrot soup, and I’ve been tinkering with a carrot curry for an eBook I’ve been working on. The earthy, [...]

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Exercise Motivation, The Weird Way

image: flikr Do you look forward to a strenuous workout? If so, congratulations! But the rest of what follows may seem like incomprehensible gibberish to you. If you don’t need to twist your brain into pretzel-like configurations in order to motivate yourself to exercise: you are free to resume websurfing. …

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Garlicky Greens | Component Cooking

In cooking, full recipes are usually my last resort. I like improvisation behind cooking and challenging myself to do this completely changed the way I cooked. Sure, I share quite a bit of recipes but I’ve also tried to extend what I’m doing to include the idea of improv. My second book was a branch, [...]

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Raw Asparagus Fennel Salad and Khorsan Wheat

I am guilty of feeling compelled to cook everything, minus a few exceptions like lettuce and most fruit. I forget that some raw vegetables are beyond lovely. Take for example this asparagus fennel salad. The vegetables are thinly shaved and tossed with the dressing while the grains cook. This results in crisp vegetables softened just [...]

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Sesame Roasted Carrot Summer Rolls

I have meals that I turn to time and again- things I can do without a recipe, without much thought. Summer rolls are one of those items. I always have rice papers on hand and for the most part, have the rice noodles on hand too. I make a lot with raw vegetables (makes it [...]

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Green Curry with Potatoes and Chickpeas

Post sponsored by La Crema. See below for more details. I’m rather amazed that for as many curry recipes that I post, I’ve never shared a green curry recipe. Most days, I actually prefer this curry to the red. The sauce is packed full of herbs, coconut, and just a pinch of sugar to bring [...]

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