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  My name is Patrick. I’m the developer of this website. Three years ago I had a routine blood test that revealed that I had lower than normal function in my kidneys. I went through a period of time where doctors placed me on chemical medications to control cholesterol, high …

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Get Help For Kidney Disease: Learn What You Need to Know Now

Finding help for kidney disease starts with working with your doctor to understand the underlying cause of your condition. This type of illness comes with a lot of things to learn, including what causes it, what types of kidney disease there are and how to treat them. Each case is …

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One Pot Rice and Curried Butternut Squash

This one pot rice dish is a staple for fall cooking in my home. Sauté onions and garlic, add in the other ingredients, cover, and let sit for 45 minutes. After that, all that’s left is to eat! The original version of this dish is based on this paella recipe but I’ve morphed it into a [...]

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White Beans in Spicy Tomato Sauce

Post in partnership with Muir Glen Organic. See below for more details. When it’s snowing outside and you’ve had a long day, you want dinner to be more than just a hot meal. Sadly, one of the misnomers of vegetarian cooking is that it’s hard to do comfort food. For example, critics claim vegetarian cooking [...]

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Tahini Noodle Bowl with Collards

When I changed my diet to focus on plant-based meals and moved away from junk food, I found exploring new ingredients intimidating. Sure, I could easily toss together a salad, bake a sweet potato, or grill asparagus. But I avoided other ingredients for years. Jicama, kohlrabi, and collards didn’t find their way into my diet [...]

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Cajun Cauliflower with Cilantro Avocado Sauce

Post sponsored by Bed Bath & Beyond. See below for more details. In the transition to fall, there are certain foods I gravitate towards such as warm stews, stick-to-your-rib meals, and spice. This cajun cauliflower uses one of my favorite spice combinations, also labeled as blackened seasoning. I enjoy the seasoning because it’s smoky, spicy, and the [...]

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Roasted Broccoli Bowls with Freekeh

Broccoli is one of my favorite vegetables for grain bowls. It cooks quickly and tastes amazing when roasted. Additionally, it pairs well with many different flavors. As a result, I’ll be making these broccoli bowls often this fall. In fact, the hardest part of this recipe is waiting for the broccoli to roast. 5.0 from 1 [...]

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Chipotle Black Bean Chili

Post sponsored by Crock-Pot® Brand. See below for more details. If you look back through the archives of the site, you’ll notice a theme: I find recipes I like and then make slight changes to them all the time. In fact, I never settle with a recipe! Rather, I’m always exploring new ways to make [...]

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Roasted Garlic Tomato Soup

Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall...

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Kamut and Plum Salad

At our house, fruit is always in high demand. In fact, it’s our go-to snack. For instance, on any given day, Mack eats his weight in fruit. Well, maybe not, but it feels that way. As a result, it’s rare that I make a recipe with fruit. That’s because it just never lasts long enough. Recently, however, [...]

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