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For day 29 of National Nutrition Month I wanted to highlight a mouthwatering vegan book. The Homemade Vegan Pantry: The Art of Making Your Own Staples
recreates many household condiments, sauces, and other common household foods. Recipes include Squeeze Bottle Yellow Mustard, Not-Tella Chocolate Hazelnut Spread, Rich See-Food Stock, and Buckwheat Pancake and Waffle Mix. Below the author Miyoko Schinner…
For day 28 of National Nutrition Month, I just had to include Frances Largeman-Roth’
s gorgeous book Eating in Color: Delicious, Healthy Recipes For You and Your Family.
Frances recipes are truly creative and inspirational. Recipes include Caramelized Red Onion and Fig Pizza to Cran-Apple Tarte Tatin. Frances was kind enough to share her recipe for Matcha Panna Cotta.
Gena, I know you’ve been…
For day 27 of National Nutrition Month, I am highlighting Robyn Webb’s The Diabetes Comfort Food Cookbook.
This book is the winner of the Gourmand Gourmet Cookbook Award and was published with the American Diabetes Association. Robyn’s recipes range from Classic Mac ‘n’ Cheese to Spiced Beef Stew with Dried Fruit to Double Chocolate Brownies. Robyn emphasizes the fact that food…
For day 26 of National Nutrition Month, dietitian Tara Gidus, MS, RD was kind enough to share with us a recipe from her cookbook Pregnancy Cooking & Nutrition.
Many women who are pregnant worry that they are not getting enough nutrients to feed the growing fetus, and Tara’s book is filled with 100 healthy recipes to feed mom and baby. You’ll find recipes like Chicken Kabobs, Roasted Beet and…
By Sheridan Jonas, Contributing Blogger
Whether it’s chicken, rice, smoothies, or even water, I am always looking for new ways to add flavors of these staple foods. In honor of this year’s National Nutrition Month’s topic, Savor the Flavor, here are five ways to spice up your favorite dishes.
This natural sweetener will curb your sweet tooth while also helping to keep your blood sugar in check (as long…