Revised and updated. Originally posted June 19, 2015 When it’s strawberry season, we pick strawberries, buy flats of strawberries from our CSA (community supported agriculture) share, and make ALL THE THINGS with the strawberries. Some even make it to the freezer for later. One of our annual favorite June recipes is Strawberry Dream Chia Pudding. […]
The season of veggie abundance is back (thank goodness!) and we have lots and lots of veggies ready for harvest here in upstate NY. When I pick up our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) share each week, sometimes I’m a little overwhelmed by the heavy bags in my hands until I start envisioning all of the
Socca. . . the incredible 4 ingredient flatbread. Well, the number of ingredients is up for debate since these 4 ingredients include oil, water, and a pinch of salt. Regardless, it’s an incredibly easy to make, nutrient dense, protein and fiber rich, whole food recipe that happens to be naturally gluten free and vegan too.
If there was only one good reason to eat kale, these chips are it. But of course, there are lots of good reasons to eat kale like the fact that it’s loaded with calcium, iron, and vitamins A, C, K. Kale is also high in sulfur and the phytonutrient sulforaphane which has potent anti-cancer activities
When I work with clients doing nutrition counseling, I tend to do a lot of nutrition and culinary education. After all, what good are vegetables if you don’t know why you should be eating (more of) them, which ones to pick, and how to prepare them so they actually taste delicious? In the past week,
This warming fall harvest vegetable stew is pretty quick and easy to make, delicious, and is a complete meal in one-pot. The unique sweet and savory flavor is derived from the spice blends (curry powder and garam masala) and the raisins. If you’re looking for something to do with an overabundance of fall CSA (community