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Corey Goode on the Blue Avians, Spirituality & Hybrid Children – Kirk & Bridget Nielsen

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White Bean Gnocchi with Cauliflower and Cream Sauce

Post sponsored by La Crema. See below for more details. At least once a week, I shoot for having a date-night-in type of dinner. Most evenings we eat with Mack but occasionally I wait until he’s in bed and cook a non-toddler friendly recipe. I pour myself a glass of wine (in this case, La [...]

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Are Multivitamins Right for Your Body?

Should multivitamins be part of your daily routine? Here's what research says is the right approach for your body — and how to find one that’s worth buying.

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Cilantro Sweet Potato Tostadas

Ever since having a child, I’ve noticed small changes in the way I cook. For the most part, Mack eats everything that we do (sans most salt). He polished off these chili lentils, this barley risotto, and even this lentil pilaf (much to my surprise). The small changes come in individual items, like mashed sweet [...]

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The Snowbird Lifestyle: Healthy Anti-Aging Solution or Horrifying Misadventure?

photo: wikimedia By Crabby McSlacker So what’s a snowbird? (Besides, apparently, a ski resort in Utah?) I’ll offer one definition of a snowbird: a species of silver-crested North American, usually of advancing years, that migrates annually for the winter from colder northern climates to warmer southern ones. Best known for …

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Vegetarian Comfort Food Recipes

I like to think that the vegetarian comfort food I make is a direct mashup of my midwestern upbringing and my current California state of mind. They are meals that are (or feel) rich and are rooted in many recipes I knew as a kid. However, the recipes are heavy on fresh produce. The result [...]

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Cracked Einkorn Porridge with Stewed Blood Oranges

Having grains in your pantry gives you an arsenal of ingredients to use. One grain can be used in many different forms. For example, einkorn is a delightfully chewy whole grain that also makes a beautiful wheat flour. However, I like the in-between state. A state where the whole grain is pulsed in a high-speed [...]

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Tandoori Cauliflower Wrap

Post sponsored by Flatout Flatbread. See below for more details. I’ve not been shy about how important I feel vegetarian cooking and spice go together. While I love a simple roasted vegetable tossed with olive oil and salt, there’s also something to be said for a vegetable that is heavily spiced. This tandoori cauliflower is [...]

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Butter Butternut Squash Pasta

Pasta is a weekly affair around our house. It’s always a bowl full of vegetables tossed with whole wheat pasta and a drizzle of some sauce. This butternut squash pasta has long been a staple during the winter months. It’s not a sauce-heavy pasta, but the flavor is so good, I never miss the sauce. [...]

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Rise of the (Weight) Machines: Why Exercise Equipment is Not As Bad You’ve Been Told

Afraid of gym equipment because of too many “worst weight machines” articles? Here's how to navigate the gym (the right way) to get the body you want.

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