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Mexican Inspired Millet with Goat Cheese, Corn and Avocado

I made this in about 20 minutes from start to finish and it made a huge batch that is now chillin’ in my fridge for the entire week. IMG_6574.JPG I used a grain called Millet which I have never used before. … Good things about millet: – it falls into the completely unprocessed, whole grain carbohydrate category – it is SOOO cheap – it cooks in 15 minutes flat – it has kind of a pasta/nutty texture to it and you can use it in anything – it’s gluten free (not that I avoid gluten, but if you do, it’s another option) – like most whole grain carbs, it offers a lot of vitamins and nutrients, most notably it’s a really high source of Magnesium which support heart health.

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Mom’s Famous Pasta Sauce

My Mom made this pasta sauce for the first time a few years ago, and it quickly became one of my all time favorite Mom recipes. It’s more than just pasta sauce. It’s like a thick, hearty, kind of “stew”. And you can use it in so many different ways. It’s multifunctional, if you will….

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Mediterranean Lentils Over Brown Rice

So you’re commuting home from work, you have no idea what to make for dinner, and you have little time to come up with something. This, my friends, is a solid option. It takes 5 minutes of prep time, and then you walk away from the kitchen for about a half hour while you change…

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Massaged Kale Salad with Tahini Dressing

I really wish I could make this salad for every single one of you. As someone who is mildly obsessed with vegetables and their benefits, I would practically pay you to let me feed this to you. It is one of the healthiest (and in my opinion- most delicious) things you will find on this…

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