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tomato stew with butternut squash and lentils.

Squash might just be the best veggie ever. Okay, I can’t say that. All veggies are awesome and wonderful in their own way!  But really: squash is incredibly delicious and makes any meal feel a little luxurious. They’re packed with

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staples and spice day 7: cajun.

Spices: Cayenne pepper, garlic powder, onion, paprika, thyme Staples: Brown rice, kidney beans Here we are at the final day of staples + spice! I hope this week has provided some easy, at-home ideas for combining ingredients in new ways.

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staples and spice day 6: italian.

Spices: Garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, parsley, red pepper flakes, thyme Staples: Kale, white beans, quinoa Today’s recipe is as simple as it is delicious: a little shout-out to pasta, without the blood sugar spike-and-crash (and no waiting for water

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staples and spice day 5: caribbean jerk spice.

Spices: Allspice, black pepper, chili pepper, cinnamon, paprika, parsley, thyme. Staples: White beans, chickpeas, brown rice. It’s a little taste of the beach, easily packed into one quick meal: just six spices and three staples, and you’re good to go!  If you

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staples and spice day 4: chinese five-spice.

Spices: Anise, cinnamon, clove, fennel, pepper. Staples: Brown rice, chickpeas, kale. There’s nothing quite like Chinese food when it comes to unique flavor and texture. It’s quintessential takeout, right? Minus the little white containers, this make-your-own version is a pretty

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staples and spice day 3: thai.

Spices: Basil, garlic, ginger, pepper. Staples: Quinoa, kale.  Thai food makes for classic takeout in this city: if you can get past the added oils and oft-animal-based selections, it’s a delicious option.   So how to recreate it at home

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staples and spice day 2: mexican.

Spices: Chili powder, cumin, onion powder, oregano, paprika Staples: Kidney beans, brown rice Today’s south-of-the-border inspiration requires just four spices and two staples. This healthy take on the classic rice-and-beans is not only easy to throw together, but also a

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staples and spice day 1: indian.

Spices: Allspice, coriander, cumin, turmeric Staples: Chickpeas, brown rice, kale So you’re all set! You’ve picked up your spices and staples, pre-made the staples for the week [brown rice and quinoa cooked; beans and chickpeas soaked, rinsed, and cooked; kale

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staples and spice shopping list.

It’s coming! The Seven Days of Staples and Spice Get ready for seven days of spicy inspiration for mixing up meals at home! 20 spices. 6 staples.  The idea: adding different combinations of spices to healthy staples to create simple, time-efficient

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