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How meditation can help you find your happiest weight: a book review

Weight loss is not something we generally associate with slowing down; at least, I didn’t until quite recently. While I disagree with many that weight loss and weight maintenance needs to be difficult, I’ve always thought about it as being

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{book report} The Best Food Writing 2016

Hey friends! It’s been a solid forever since I’ve posted on the blog – I blame the touring, the ever-changing schedule, the vastness of interesting and crazy things to see all over the country, and a decided lack of kitchen

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eating well on the road!

It has officially been an embarrassing amount of time since I posted on the blog. I just looked at the most recent post for Toasted Quinoa Cereal and cringed that it went up on October 27. #ImSorry By means of explanation,

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100 glorious gluten-free recipes from the lagasse girls (and gluten-free pumpkin cheesecake!).

Pumpkin Cheesecake. Oatmeal Banana Pancakes with Caramelized Apple Syrup. Homestyle Chili with Gluten-free Beer. Socca Bread. Smoky Pea and Truffle Crostini. It’s hardly a surprise I found myself practically drooling over the newest release from the Lagasse Girls: Big Flavor,

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a smorgasbord of decadent food narrative: Best Food Writing 2014.

Alrighty, team. Here’s what I’ve been reading (devouring?) – and loving – this week. I am such a sucker for stories, both true and untrue, about food: this book is a must-share. If you’re looking to up your appreciation for

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The Way of the Salad: Why You Must Read Terry Hope Romero’s ‘Salad Samurai’.

Have you ever picked up a cookbook and thought, ‘Everything in here looks amazing! How did this author get inside my brain and put all of my favorite foods – and favorite way to eat them [a salad bowl!] –

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making raw foods part of the way you live.

 I am a sucker for a good cookbook with gorgeous photography, simple inspiring dishes and lots of intriguing narrative backstory. Choosing Raw: Making Raw Foods Part of the Way You Eat, the newly released {almost-but-not-entirely} raw cookbook from Gena Hamshaw

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cookbook review: The New Greenmarket Cookbook.

If you’ve ever walked through a farmers market and thought, “I’d absolutely buy that… and that… and that… and that… but I have no idea what I’d do with it”, the New Greenmarket Cookbook is about to become your new

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summertime soup: chilled avocado bisque from the I Quit Sugar Cookbook.

Chilled summertime soup is one of those things that I think can sometimes feel a little pretentious or a little 1990s-y. But I implore you to make this. Please. I beg of you. It’s SO good. It’s packed with beautiful

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Make-Me-Over Mojito Smoothie from the I Quit Sugar Cookbook.

[This recipe is one in a series of posts I’ll be sharing from the I Quit Sugar Cookbook. If you’d like to be kept up to speed with all of them, please join our week mailing list — recipes and

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bake your own crackers: chia sunflower crackers from the I Quit Sugar Cookbook.

Who would have thought you could make crackers at home? I started making my own a couple of years ago when I dabbled in a long-term flirtation with raw foods and found myself dehydrating everything. I loved that it was

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Pea, Herb and Almond Crush from the I Quit Sugar Cookbook.

If you grew up detesting peas, this might be the dish that starts a new love. The ingredients are tremendously springy, too! This is my next foray into the I Quit Sugar Cookbook – quite possibly my new favorite thing, and

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Fluffy Squash and Chia Muffins from the I Quit Sugar Cookbook.

 Quick breakfast, easy snack, savory dessert, terrific soup accessory. These muffins have it all going on. The bonus? They’re packed with whole nutrients and a pile of decadently healthful ingredients: chia, squash, almond meal, basil…  Not to mention they’re incredibly

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simple sugar-free cooking (the best cookbook I’ve found yet).

Over a year and a half ago, a health coaching colleague recommended I check out the I Quit Sugar program from Sarah Wilson. Like Sarah, I was a sugar addict. Like Sarah, I didn’t look like a sugar addict. I

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my ‘i quit sugar’ experience.

[this might just be the best book you’ll ever read…] I was a little dubious when a fellow health coach introduced me to Sarah Wilson’s book, ‘I Quit Sugar’. A self-professed healthy eater, I was skeptical that the forms of

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