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Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a high-protein, gluten-free ancient grain that cooks much like rice and has a texture similar to couscous. Combined with lemon, onions, wine, cashews and sundried tomatoes, you'll enjoy a carnival of flavors and textures. Serve this alongside baked tofu chunks or your favorite lean protein.
Hempseeds are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. Sweet, nutty, chewy and dense, this snack satisfies that afternoon craving for sweets. Store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
This versatile sauce can be drizzled over raw or cooked vegetables, as well as grains.
When recipes tell you to "soak beans for 8 hours or overnight," it doesn't always have to be exact. We like to soak beans in the morning, go to work, then drain and rinse them when we come home. Then we simmer them in water while we go about our evening, store them, and enjoy our cooked beans the next day.
Brown rice is a nutritious whole grain that delivers fiber, protein and selenium. It is not another type of rice; it's the same as white rice without all the good stuff removed in processing. Whole grains in general are packed with nutrients and fiber, which aids in healthy digestion and weight management. These are the "good carbs" that help balance your diet and can fill you up.
Smoky almonds and pimenton (Spanish smoked paprika) are a particularly good match for sweet potatoes.
Serve this dressing just as you would a traditional Caesar dressing and we bet no one will notice the difference.
Serve this fragrant, flavorful dressing with any green salad or toss with steamed veggies, if you like. It also makes a bold dipping sauce for spring rolls and dumplings.
Top this nutritious, hearty breakfast with fresh berries, dried fruit and nuts or flax seeds and then pour a bit of hemp or almondmilk over the top. Only have frozen fruit on hand? Stir it into the pot during the last few minutes of cooking.
Spoon cooked barley into soups or stews or use it to make hot breakfast cereals and grain salads.
This seasonal beauty calls on spring all-stars asparagus and strawberries for a satisfying salad. The blended avocado results in a smooth and creamy cloak for the produce.
Serve as a side dish or condiment. It is also delicious rolled into lettuce wraps.
Serve as a vegetarian main course or as a side dish with steamed fish or roasted chicken. If you don't have any leftover brown rice on hand, use a package of frozen cooked brown rice as a shortcut.
This simple side dish pairs your favorite greens with tahini, lemon juice and garlic.
Nuts and fruit can make for creamy, juicy and flavorful salad dressings without adding any extracted oils. Plus you get the health benefits of those nutrient-dense nuts and fruits. Save money by using your imagination and what's in your pantry to come up with new flavor combinations.
Peaches and walnuts make a summery, juicy, flavorful salad dressing.
This soup captures summer's best flavors: sweet corn, juicy peaches and fragrant basil.
Serve this colorful slaw at summer cookouts alongside your favorite grilled foods.
Serve this rich and creamy dip - surprisingly dairy-free - alongside strawberries and grapes or sliced kiwis, bananas and pineapple for dipping.
Enjoy over brown rice with more steamed vegetables on the side.