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Quick Lemon Orzo Chicken Soup: What To Do With Leftover Rotisserie Chicken

Making homemade chicken soup during the week when you are busy can be time consuming, but what if it didn't have to be? I grew up on the greek version of a chicken soup with the avgolemono broth. That type of soup uses egg yolk and lemon juice that is tempered with the hot chicken …

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Making A Traditional Cornbread Recipe Vegan (and still making it delicious)

  The other day I had been looking in the pantry closet and saw there was cornmeal that was going to expire next month and the one thing I automatically think of is usually to make cornbread. The catch was that there wasn't any butter or milk in the house to make the regular recipe …

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Teriyaki Baked Salmon Rice Bowl with Steamed Veggies

The prepared foods section at whole foods can be a nice place to get a variety things but generally they are higher in price than making something at home. One day I had gotten a teriyaki rice bowl that had salmon with steamed peppers and broccoli. While it was enjoyable it was also 11 bucks, …

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My Weekly Health Tidbits: Creative Meal Planning With Legumes

Anyone who is eating a plant based diet knows that legumes (beans, string beans, lentils, peanuts, etc) can be a big part of their protein sources along with being a good source of fiber to keep them full. However it is possible to eventually get bored of the same ways of making meals with legumes …

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What To Cook When Pressed For Time: Tips On Making Stress Free Meals And Still Have Free Time

When you come home and are exhausted, no one really ever feels like cooking anything. Sometimes there are parents who also have no time to make a balanced meal for their kids and end up getting something from outside because it is the faster thing to do. This is totally understandable and there is nothing …

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