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Lentil, Quinoa, and Couscous Salad

Often when we’re hungry, our go-to choices aren’t ones that nourish us healthfully. With just a little planning, you can have delicious choices at the ready, like this easy salad made with simple ingredients from your fridge and pantry.

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Grilled Polenta with Summer Succotash

Summer is all about simplicity and the bounty that comes from our gardens and farmers markets which is one of the reasons we love this recipe. Zucchini, corn, and bell peppers all typify warm weather eating.

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Curried Sweet Potato-Apple Soup with Candied Pepitas

This soup recipe was developed for a Thanksgiving cooking class when warming flavors and seasonal produce were top of mind.

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Banana Walnut Mini-Loaves

These petite loaves are moist and flavorful from mashed bananas and gluten-free oat flour, which can be easily (and inexpensively) made at home by blending rolled oats in your blender until they resemble a fine flour.

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Steel Cut Oat Risotto

This should be one of your favorite risotto recipes! Light, creamy, and full of fresh spring colors and flavors, it’s also vegan. While most risotto can easily be a scrumptious vegan food by using vegetable broth and eliminating the cheese,

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No-Bake Oatmeal Power Balls

These power balls are everything I love in a snack. They’re sweet but not cloying, packed with protein and fiber (thanks, sunflower seed butter and oats!), and super easy to whip up at a moment’s notice–you won’t even need to turn on your oven.

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Leek and Brussels Sprouts Colcannon

This dish is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day or Easter, it’s so good you’ll find it works for any occasion when simple comfort and creativity are on the menu.

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Shredded Brussels Sprouts Salad with Dried Cherries and Pistachios

For an especially beautiful salad, swap out the cherries for fresh pomegranate seeds when pomegranates are in season in the late fall and winter months.  

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Vegan New England Clam Chowder

If you were, or still are, a clam chowder fan, we have great news for you! It’s possible to make a ridiculously delicious vegan version of this classic soup without sacrificing flavor or texture – and this recipe is the secret.

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Manhattan Mushroom Chowder

Reminiscent of a familiar favorite, this chowder uses plant ingredients to provide the flavors we loved in the clam-based version. Sea vegetables (kelp and wakame) are used to create a subtle sea-like flavor for the broth. The directions have you strain out these out,

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