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Manuka Glazed Roasted Veggies & Salmon

October 30, 2019
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This glaze can accompany any dish, but it pairs so well with the earthiness of roasted vegetables and the richness of salmon. Mānuka honey brings antibacterial properties to this glaze that, when paired with a whole food diet rich in other phytonutrients, offer ideal prevention to colds and flu. Lindsey Young is a registered holistic nutritionist, advocate for intuitive eating, and functional food recipe creator. For the original hot cacao post and more delicious recipes, follow her on Instagram @eatyoungnutrition and visit EatYoungNutrition.com.

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Plant-Based Sushi Rolls

September 5, 2019
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When the heat kicks in and I can’t bear to turn the oven on, I turn to sushi rolls that require minimal cooking and can be served cold! This vibrant colored plant-based sushi recipe utilizes the nutritional power of Udo’s Oil to assist in nutrient absorption and skin, joint, and brain health.* Lindsey Young is a registered holistic nutritionist, advocate for intuitive eating, and functional food recipe creator. For the original hot cacao post and more delicious recipes, follow her on…

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Green Garden Sauce

August 29, 2019
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When your garden herbs are growing like crazy, use them in this rich and satisfying, healthy green dressing. It makes a spoon-stands-up-in-it-thick sauce that works best on power bowls, Buddha bowls, and hearty salads or tossed into a pasta salad. Our Mediterranean bowl was made with a tarragon-based sauce, but basil would make a good alternative. Pair the herbs in the sauce with the bowl: Indonesian, Thai, or Vietnamese street-food style bowls may pair well with sweet basil or anise-y…

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Spring Break Borscht

April 25, 2019

It’s not lost on me just how lucky I am to be married to someone with such a passion and skill for cooking. A recipe with more than a few ingredients has me sweating and stressing in the kitchen. In contrast, Christina is in her element and seems to execute flawlessly the more challenging the dish. Consequently, I have become a master level dishwasher and only occasionally raise an eyebrow at the amount of cookware piled high in the sink!…

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Falafel Fritters Featuring Flora Fermented Greens

August 16, 2018

While we all enjoy a nice healthy salad or fruit-packed smoothie as much as the next person, let’s be real for a second. Finding something that tastes really good and still manages to be legitimately healthy can sometimes feel like the world’s most difficult problem. But your new favorite healthy-but-tastes-delicious dish is just a scroll away. Thanks to the mother-daughter team behind L.A.’s Bites and Bashes, you can now enjoy the zesty zing of falafel fritters packed with protein, antioxidant-rich…

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Gnocchi with Roasted Squash, Arugula & Pumpkin Seed Pesto

March 25, 2018

Here’s a quick recipe you can whip up in about 30 minutes! Print Gnocchi with Roasted Squash, Arugula & Pesto Ingredients 12 oz. pre-made gnocchi (we used store-bought) 2 tbsp vegan butter For squash: Squash of choice, cubed (we used Red Kuri) Flora Extra Virgin Olive Oil, to taste Salt & pepper  For pesto: 2 cups spinach 1/4 cup parsley 1/2 cup arugula 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds 2 cloves garlic 2 tbsp lemon juice 1/3-1/2 cup Flora Pumpkin Seed Oil (US/CA)…

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Three Simple Tips for Avoiding Holiday Indigestion

December 7, 2017

Bloating, cramping, and gas: these are very common—and frustrating!—symptoms of indigestion. Most, if not all of us, will feel these symptoms at one time or another… and it’s most common after we’ve enjoyed an over-sized plate of something delicious at a holiday party. Isn’t “bloated and gassy” the last thing you want to be during a nice holiday get-together? It’s not exactly the best accessory for your favorite party outfit. Holiday season indigestion comes from three factors: too much food,…

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