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star-studded pea soup shooters.

The Oscars are coming up in less than a week. Are you stoked? I am a little ashamed to say I’ve fallen behind in seeing most of this year’s nominees (perhaps it was all that cross-country moving?), but where I

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cracked pepper + mint quinoa.

In springtime, a selection of specific foods offers detoxifying, energizing benefits to the body. Naturally, we undergo a detox as the weather starts to warm up. After many cold months of moving less and eating fewer fresh foods, the body

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roasted cauliflower chard tacos.

It must be spring, because I feel as though I am on the hunt for leafy greens things all the time. (There’s something nice about noticing that your hankerings are in line with the seasons!) These untraditional ‘tacos’ combine some of

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amanda’s split pea soup.

Due to popular demand, here’s the split pea soup recipe Amanda mentioned in yesterday’s Fridge Feature [thanks for sharing, lady!]. Perfect timing with this sudden glorious spring weather! Peas are a great balancing food: because of their ability to cleanse

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an easter side: basil avocado quinoa.

Happy Easter, everyone!  Michael and I returned from a quick trip to PA this weekend [so relaxing!] For a decidedly non-vegan holiday (egg dyeing, butter carving, a ham…), Easter with the family is delightful! As anyone with food intolerances or

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macrobiotics for spring [5 easy ideas].

The Japanese principles of balance – or Macrobiotics – provide a wonderful framework for incorporating seasonal, local food into diet. According to Macrobiotics, when the body is in balance, we have good health; an imbalance – in any area –

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raw food for spring [5 easy ideas].

Spring is great time to incorporate more raw foods into your life. Not only are they cleansing and detoxifying for the body; fresh greens, sprouts, and new roots arecoming into season! It’s an easy way to get in touch with

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de-cluttering for spring.

It’s a balmy 44 degrees in NYC today, bright and sunny: one of those days where I feel like nature has given us a beautiful gift (and one where the city seems extra-excellent). Yesterday’s torrential downpour has done a number

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