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Grilled Celeriac with White Bean Puree

This recipe is in partnership with California Olive Ranch. See below for more details. One of my marks for a good chef is how they can transform a meat-based dish into a vegetarian meal. When I’m in a group setting and request vegetarian, there are usually two outcomes: the chef used what they were doing [...]

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Butternut Squash Toast with Pistachios and Sage

I like a solid, savory breakfast. Eggs, some form of vegetable, and a thick slice of toasted wheat bread. This butternut squash toast is all of that combined. The original recipe, from the Easy Vegetarian Cookbook, is one of my variations for bruschetta. It’s a fairly loose bruschetta but the herbs and squash find a [...]

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Halloumi Salad with Spinach and Quinoa

I often receive questions along the lines of, “how do I start to eat healthier/more produce/vegetarian.” I often feel that people expect a step by step process from me but the truth is, it takes finding your own rhythm. Two things I do suggest though: start small and find ways to balance the healthy/treats. This [...]

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8 Ridiculously Easy Ways to Get (or Stay) in Shape

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“The secret of living well and longer is: eat half, walk double, laugh triple, and love without measure.” ~Tibetan Proverb

For a lot of my life, my weight was a source of great stress.

Growing up, I was the frequently …

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Why You Gain Weight on Diets (And The Simple Fix That Can Keep Off the Pounds)

Before you start another diet, it's time you understand the fundamental flaw in almost every nutrition plan. Here's how one change can put an end to your weight loss frustration.

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Keeping Healthy New Year’s Resolutions: Five Tips!

image found here, where you can actually purchase them. By Crabby McSlackerOkay, first some reassurance: that’s a visual pun up there, not a how-to photo. I’m not suggesting you sever any fingertips in order to make your New Year’s resolutions easier to keep. Although come to think of it, I’d reach …

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A Guide to Vegetarian Cooking

I receive quite a few emails questioning how one dives into the world of eating vegetarian. It can seem a bit foreign, especially if you grew up like I did in a very meat-for-almost-every-meal lifestyle. This is why Naturally Ella is here. My goal for this past year was to build an arsenal of resources [...]

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Sweet Potato Barley Stew

Post sponsored by Crock-Pot® Brand/Mirum Shopper. See below for more details. While I hate the idea of ‘resolutions’, the start of the new year is a good time to start change, no matter how small. This change can come with cooking at least one dinner a week, adding more vegetables to your meals, or experimenting [...]

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Sesame Brussels Sprout Soba Bowl

In our house, my husband eats all the grains I prepare without complaint even though they are not his favorite. In particular, he isn’t a big rice fan. Noodle bowls are my bowl compromise. Sure, noodles aren’t as nutritious as grains but they still allow me to load the bowl up with lots of vegetables [...]

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Health Advice From Mothers Everywhere for 2017

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We grew up getting sound advice from our mothers about our health and how to maintain it although we probably haven’t thought about it that way. In honor of Mother’s Day, let’s do a quick review of some of the things we grew up with and may have disregarded.

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