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  If you’re looking for a whole food, plant based substitution for stuffing, you’ve found it! This dish is savory and tasty, yet also very low fat. It has all the flavors and richness of traditional stuffing, but is gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and vegan. It’s better than stuffing!This…(Read More)

Black Bean Hummus

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  OMG this humus is so good. It rarely lasts more than a day in my house. It’s creamy and delightful as a dip, spread, or salad topping! Omit the avocado to make a fat free version. 2 1/2 cups black beans, cooked from dry or canned1 tsp liquid (from the beans)1…(Read More)

Summer Salad

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  Summer Salad 1 Cup Mixed Greens 3 Sprigs Cilantro8 Each Grape Tomato (halved)1/4 Each Cucumber (sliced)1 Each Radish (sliced) Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Toss and enjoy! This salad is delicious when paired with Lemon Vinaigrette…(Read More)

Sweet Asian Salad

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Sweet Asian Salad 2 cups mixed greens1/4 cup sprouts1/4 cup red cabbage, thinly sliced1 small carrot, sliced2 Tbsp pomegranate Arils 1 Tbsp pepitas Combine all ingredients.Toss and enjoy! This sweet salad is a perfect pair with Fat Free Ginger Dressing…(Read More)

Cold Broccoli Soup

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  Cold Broccoli Soup A refreshing summer soup that is surprisingly delicious served cold. 1 extra large head broccoli, chopped2 cups vegetable stock1 medium apple, core removed1 juice of lemon1/4 cup cashews ((omit for a fat-free soup))1/2 tsp sea salt Steam broccoli until soft, about 15 minutesAllow broccoli to cool and…(Read More)

  Raw Turnip Apple Salad Crispy and refreshing, great for topping over salad greens or as is on it’s own. 6 small white turnips, sliced1 medium red apple, sliced1/4 lemon, juice of2 Tbsp fresh basil1/2 tsp olive oil ((optional))1/8 tsp sea salt Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix…(Read More)

roasted potatoes

  Crispy Oil Free Roasted Potatoes Many people mistakenly think potatoes are not a healthy food. That couldn’t be further from the truth! Potatoes are loaded with potassium, B6, and trace minerals. Potatoes can help heal hypo- or hyperthyroidism, inflammation, brain fog, troubled sleep, anxiety, and digestive inflammation. They’re also a great alternative…(Read More)

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