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02 Oct Salmon Burgers

Wild-caught salmon is my go-to fish these days. It’s sustainable and comes from well-managed fisheries and plentiful population. Salmon is rich in B vitamins, vitamin D, magnesium, selenium and potassium.  It's also extremely anti-inflammatory being such a good source of DHA and EPA, two omega-3 fatty...

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02 Oct Mediterranean Shrimp

I have to admit I don’t like to cook. I don't like spending time grocery shopping, slicing, dicing, measuring, mixing, sauteeing, baking  - all of it. But sometimes you come a cross a recipe that's worth it. This shrimp recipe may not be the fastest,...

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25 Sep Zucchini Chips

We are all looking for a crispy treat that won't ruin our healthy goals. Well, I've found one - these baked zucchini chips are amazing. The only down side is that to make them crispy, you need to bake them SLOWLY on low heat. If...

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25 Sep Chicken Souvlaki

There are a lot of chicken souvlaki recipes out there where you take lots of time to grill skewered chicken chunks that end up drying out and losing flavor. This recipe is easy, quick and flavorful. Quick tip: Heat the baking sheet BEFORE placing the...

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20 Sep Super Simple Smoothies

Whether you're looking for a quick breakfast, delicious lunch, refreshing snack or even a dinner alternative, a smoothie packs a satisfying and nutritious punch. They're a great way to get protein, complex carbohydrates (fruit, vegetables and fiber) and healthy fats all blended into a yummy...

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08 Aug Artichokes Provencal

I heart artichoke hearts! I have never attempted a whole artichoke because the thought of cleaning a whole one is really daunting. Which part do you discard, which do you keep, how do you cook it? Ugh. My solution? Use the hearts already canned or...

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