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curried butternut squash soup.

It’s that magical time of year where squash of all shapes and sizes is everywhere: it’s in coffee, it’s on doorsteps, and most importantly, it’s overflowing at the farmers market for less than sixty cents a pound. I am obsessed.

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superbowl snacks: baked parsnip fries.

All hail the glorious parsnip!  Full disclosure: this is the first time I have personally prepared parsnips at home. I happened across some at the Whole Foods pre-made bar last week and thought they were darn yummy, so I picked

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5 warming foods for winter.

Every time we eat, we receive a number of things from our food. In addition to nutrients and energy – and hopefully joy! – food provides the body with certain more subtle qualities: that is, food can warm or cool

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plant-based kitchen essentials: how to roast a beet [vegan mofo].

In honor of the Vegan Month of Food, I thought I would include a couple of short how-to’s on the blog, as every plant-based kitchen (and plant-based cook) should have a couple of easy essentials under their belt to help

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