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image link: This easy shrimp curry is delicious all by itself topped with lots of fresh organic cilantro

Shrimp Curry In a Hurry

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  My favorite things about cur­ry?! Its warm vibrant spices will cure the dark­est of Win­ter blues, and you can whip it up in a flash, which makes it a per­fect Win­ter week­night din­ner. You can have this beau­ti­ful nutri­tious dish on the table in less than 30 min­utes. And often that’s all we have the ener­gy for when it’s already dark and drea­ry by 5pm. Make this shrimp cur­ry for a quick yet com­fort­ing meal. Want to get fes­tive?! Enjoy a nice warm cup of chai while you make it. 🙂   Shrimp Read more […]

image link: what could be more nutritious than a bowl of bone broth packed with nutrient-dense veggies and chicken?

Build-Your-Own Chicken Pho

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  Who knew pho could be so easy to make at home?! Pho is the per­fect Win­ter dish, whether you’re try­ing to get over a cold, won­der­ing how to eat more hot veg­gies, or it’s so cold out­side the only thing to do is invite your friends over for a build-your-own pho par­ty fol­lowed by a snug­gle ses­sion near the fire. My favorite part about this dish is that every­one can make it their own. Sim­ply choose your favorite veg­gies and gar­nish­es and let every­one build their own bowl. After all, food Read more […]

image link: Paleo Pumpkin Bread is delicious all in its own, but then dark chocolate chips add so much decadence!

Paleo Pumpkin Bread (with chocolate chips!)

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  Who says pump­kin is just for Fall?! So I may have stretched this year’s Paleo Pump­kin Spice sea­son a lit­tle long, but I had to make up for miss­ing last year. And in my opin­ion, there can nev­er be too much pump­kin! This Paleo Pump­kin Bread recipe is a great treat to make just for hav­ing around the house. There’s noth­ing fan­cy about it, but each slice feels like you are seri­ous­ly spoil­ing your­self. While the dark choco­late chips make it pret­ty deca­dent, its not very sweet com­pared to Read more […]

image link: A homemade version of Trader Joe's broccoli and kale salad with sweet and spicy dressing

Trader Joe’s Broccoli Slaw and Kale Salad

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  If you’re like the major­i­ty of mid­dle class Los Ange­les, you prac­ti­cal­ly live off of Trad­er Joe’s pre­pared sal­ads and meals. While I am a big fan of Trad­er Joe’s, I don’t love pre­pared meals from most gro­cery stores. Sim­ply because near­ly all of them con­tain preser­v­a­tives to keep them on the shelf for longer, and often times, arti­fi­cial fla­vors and col­ors to achieve the desired taste and look in a food that sits on the shelf for days, maybe even weeks. But don’t fret–I have just Read more […]

image link: coconut bacon. It's still got that beautiful caramel hue and smoky aroma, but there's no meat involved!

Coconut Vegan Bacon

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  Looks like I’m back on my break­fast kick! Well actu­al­ly, my favorite use for this sin­ful­ly smoky and crunchy, yet meat­less, bacon is on top of my favorite soup or sal­ad! With the help of liq­uid smoke, you can make just about any­thing taste like bacon. Lucky for all those veg­ans and veg­e­tar­i­ans out there who love that unde­ni­able savory smoky smell of bacon siz­zling in a pan, this easy recipe makes plant-based bacon as easy as pie. The coconut flakes take on that beau­ti­ful caramel hue, Read more […]

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