This dish has both spice and a hint of creamy sweetness from the coconut milk to satisfy all tastes. Green curry does have “kick” though, so if spice is not your style, substitute with the milder red or yellow curry. This recipe makes a great main dish served with a salad or can be a…

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This delicious root vegetable is versatile, nutritious, and easy to prepare. Enjoy it as a main course or side salad. It goes particularly well with a healthy entree (we suggest grilled fish). It’s also sure to be a hit at a picnic. Ingredients for the Salad30 – 45oz canned whole beets or 1# beets (2…

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Bring out the sweetness, and maximize the health benefits of radishes, by roasting this jewel-hued veggie in garlic. Roasting draws out a mildly sweet juice that tempers the peppery flavor of rashishes. The garlic and butter (or ghee, if you prefer) blend perfectly with this hidden sweetness, giving the roasted radish a delectable aroma and…

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With endless varieties of nut milks lining the grocery shelves, you might wonder “Can I make my own nut milk at home?” Yes you can, and it’s not as difficult as you might think. You can enhance this basic recipe, good for nearly any nut, by adding fresh berries, coconut, or blending varieties of nuts…

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Spring into the season with this zesty and healthy dish. Watercress is one of the beautiful greens you’ll see in the supermarket or farmer’s market. With its exotic leaves and zesty flavor, watercress is ideally suited for sauteing. Because the flavor is strong (unlike spinach, which is mild), it’s best to pair watercress with other…

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Paleo, keto, gluten free, anti-aging and oh so scrumptious! What’s not to love about these fabulous crackers? They’re great with dips or cheeses for a low-carb, antioxidant-rich snack, or warmed with a bit of margarine as a bread substitute. Eat them with a hot bowl of soup as a healing comfort food for the chilly…

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