Beef Bone Broth

Bone broth dates back to prehistoric times when hunter-gatherers turned otherwise inedible animal parts like bones, hooves, and knuckles into a brew they could drink. Bone broth is rich in minerals that help build and strengthen your bones. It also contains many other healthy nutrients, including vitamins, amino acids, and essential fatty acids. When selecting …

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Watermelon with Mint Salad

Watermelon and mint are so refreshing and I look forward to this time of year just for my love of watermelon. This is simple to throw together and will be a fan favorite at your family gatherings. Print Recipe Watermelon & Mint Salad Course salad Cuisine American Prep Time 10 Minutes Servings Servings Ingredients 1 …

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Tabbouleh

Tabbouleh (also spelled tabouli) is basically parsley salad. It’s a salad made up of parsley, tomatoes, cucumber, red onions, and mint – all finely chopped and tossed with lemon juice! Tabbouleh salad is probably the most popular Mediterranean salad and is becoming mainstream in American grocery stores all over the country and the world, which …

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Raspberry Vinaigrette

If you’re looking for a fresh, vibrant and slightly tangy salad dressing, this is the ticket. Print Recipe Raspberry Vinaigrette This is a great summer salad dressing, it’s super fresh and a little tangy. You can also use a blend of mixed berries instead of raspberries. Course Salad Dressing Cuisine American Keyword olive oil, raspberry, …

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Basil Lemon Vinaigrette

This is a clean refreshing vinaigrette, and it goes well over any salad but especially arugula. The flavor profile is pretty amazing! Note: This recipe is from Wendy Amstad’s Super Food Summer Reset book. Print Recipe Basil Lemon Vinaigrette This is a clean refreshing vinaigrette, and it goes well over any salad but especially arugula. …

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Hummus

The Origins of Hummus The truth is that no one knows for sure. That being said, though, based on historical information, hummus likely originated from ancient Egypt. According to several historical sources, the earliest mention of hummus dates back to Egypt in the 13th century. Chickpeas were and are abundant in the Middle East and …

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Chimichurri Sauce

Chimichurri is a condiment or marinade similar to pesto, but it’s parsley and vinegar based. It’s a typical dish that you’ll find in South American and Central American countries such as Argentina and Mexico. I took elements of several chimichurri recipes, as well as input from my friend Chef Digger, to come up with this …

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Parsley and Allergies

Seasonal allergies, like other types of allergies, develop when the body’s immune system overreacts to something in the environment, usually during spring, summer, or fall when certain plants pollinate.1  Symptoms of seasonal allergies include watery, itchy eyes, runny nose or congestion, sneezing, postnasal drip, sore, itchy throat and ears, poor-quality sleep, and fatigue.2  At the very least, …

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Cooking with Flexibility

Cooking Tips for Quarantine and Beyond While the novel pandemic has shaken up our lives, perhaps there is a silver lining. On a grander scale, our environment received a well-deserved break from the overwhelming amount of pollution. On a smaller scale, we’re cooking more from home. This is not to ignore the amount of stress …

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Avocado Cucumber Salad

This avocado cucumber salad is my friend Dixie’s signature salad. She makes this when company comes over for a BBQ or large potlucks such as MotoFit Group events. It’s the first salad to disappear, and it still leaves us wanting more! Print Recipe Avocado Cucumber Salad An easy and flavorful Avocado Cucumber Salad in about …

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