Red rice is a healthy, ancient grain with a beautiful russet color and nutty, slightly earthy, aroma and flavor. Pair this deeply colored, antioxidant-rich rice with wild-caught salmon and warming curry to nourish your body.
A strawberry and spinach salad with naturally sweetened balsamic dressing satisfies a craving for greens and berries after a long winter. The woodsy acidity of balsamic vinegar brings out the brightness of the strawberries -- and then it's all balanced with creamy goat cheese.
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Homemade hemp heart crackers are so much more than a soup topping! Pack them in lunch boxes for a crunchy snack. Grind the crackers to mix into meatballs or top casseroles. Spread them with nut butter or jam for a filling snack. Don't forget to include on your cheese trays!
Here's a show-stealing side dish! Quinoa and pumpkin are a match made in heaven. With quinoa's natural nuttiness and pumpkin's natural sweetness, I think food babies are about to be conceived. Tying them together with apple is a smart move, too.
I've found an alternative to sugar-loaded muffins -- a healthy, savory muffin recipe WITH pumpkin and WITHOUT the sugar. This coconut flour muffin delivers the muffin-high without the sugar-high. You can sneak a few veggies in, and no one will notice!
Fall gatherings are a great time to use winter squash -- and luckily, winter squash and nutty wild rice are a yummy match! This make-ahead holiday side dish is quite literally tossed together in 1 pan, with minimal prep work, and bakes up with no fuss.
Kefir cheese is a great way to use up extra milk kefir. You get the same gut healthy benefits from this versatile cheese. You'll soon learn how to use kefir cheese on toast, bagels, crackers, veggies, and even cheesecake!
A fall salad is a very different meal than its spring and summer cousins.This salad, made with filling wild rice and juice apples, is a chilled dish --a hearty but cold meal or side dish for the warm days of early Autumn.