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Red lentils are the creamy base for this soup. The recipe comes together quickly and has lovely East Indian flavors, making a tasty meal for any day of the week or a fine bowl of soup for entertaining...
Quinoa lends itself nicely to no-oil dressings because of its moist, glossy finish. When served with golden (white) quinoa, the colorful vegetables make a beautiful presentation for potlucks and group...
Oranges and peppers make a satisfying, tangy crunch when mixed together, and kale, rich in iron, comes alive in the presence of citrus juice.
Stir-fries are great for using up whatever vegetables are hanging around in the fridge, or as a quick “no-chop” option, you can use a bag of frozen Asian vegetables.
This Tex-Mex soup is hearty and can easily be made with ingredients from your cupboard or freezer.
Cucumbers are delicious anytime, but their cool, crispy charms are especially welcome in the sweltering heat of summer.
This hearty classic includes legumes, greens, lots of vegetables, whole grains, and spices all in one bowl. Add a large salad, and you have a delightful, nutritious meal.
These buttermilk-like multigrain flapjacks make a fun and versatile breakfast; they can be dressed up or eaten plain.
Split pea soup is a traditional dish that has been around from Roman times. The addition of hickory smoke seasoning adds a wonderful flair to this dish.
This is a crispy, fun way to eat kale. Delicious with sandwiches, kale chips are a great picnic treat that satisfies the crunchy chip gene we all seem to have!