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Buckwheat🌾 How to eat it: On its own, buckwheat can taste a bit bitter, but the grain also has a nutty quality that pairs well with tangy foods. It’s the grain used to make soba noodles—a delicious way to add it to your diet. 🌾Why it’s good for you: Buckwheat is a complete protein and is very high in magnesium, a nutrient that helps regulate muscle and nerve function as well as blood pressure and blood sugar control. Some studies suggest that people who regularly eat truly whole grains…

Buckwheat🌾 How to eat it: On its own, buckwheat can taste a bit bitter, but the grain also has a nutty quality that pairs well with tangy foods. It’s the grain used to make soba noodles—a delicious way to add it to your diet. 🌾Why it’s good for you: Buckwheat is a complete protein and is very high in magnesium, a nutrient that helps regulate muscle and nerve function as well as blood pressure and blood sugar control. Some studies suggest that people who regularly eat truly whole grains…

Cumin🌿How to eat it:?Adding cumin to chicken or beef adds a kick to homemade tacos. It’s also a key ingredient in chili and tastes great sprinkled on roasted veggies. 🌿Why it’s good for you: Cumin is high in phytosterols, compounds that can inhibit the absorption of cholesterol in the body. There’s some evidence that cumin may increase your metabolic rate, at least in the short term. Compounds in cumin are also thought to help digestion. 🌿Nutrition: Some studies suggest that flavorful…

Cumin🌿How to eat it:?Adding cumin to chicken or beef adds a kick to homemade tacos. It’s also a key ingredient in chili and tastes great sprinkled on roasted veggies. 🌿Why it’s good for you: Cumin is high in phytosterols, compounds that can inhibit the absorption of cholesterol in the body. There’s some evidence that cumin may increase your metabolic rate, at least in the short term. Compounds in cumin are also thought to help digestion. 🌿Nutrition: Some studies suggest that flavorful…

Share Oh, man, this is good. I mean reeeally good. Even our non-vegan neighbors gobbled it up and asked for the recipe!

Share Oh, man, this is good. I mean reeeally good. Even our non-vegan neighbors gobbled it up and asked for the recipe!

Cranberries 🍒 How to eat them: Fresh cranberries—which are tart and sweet at the same time—can be chopped and blended into a relish or jam, just like you would at Thanksgiving (but minus the sugar). 🍒Why they’re good for you: Cranberries are low in fat and sugar and have a healthy dose of vitamin C and fiber. There’s also some evidence that compounds in cranberries can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease. 🍒Nutrition: Evidence that cranberries can treat urinary-tract infections is…

Cranberries 🍒 How to eat them: Fresh cranberries—which are tart and sweet at the same time—can be chopped and blended into a relish or jam, just like you would at Thanksgiving (but minus the sugar). 🍒Why they’re good for you: Cranberries are low in fat and sugar and have a healthy dose of vitamin C and fiber. There’s also some evidence that compounds in cranberries can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease. 🍒Nutrition: Evidence that cranberries can treat urinary-tract infections is…

Broccoli🌿 How to eat it Broccoli can be eaten raw, of course, but we prefer it roasted. All it needs is a little olive oil, salt and pepper. Roast it at 450°F for about 20 minutes for dense stems with slightly crispy heads that are browned at the edges. Sprinkle on a little Parmesan cheese for extra flavor, or serve with a yogurt-based dipping sauce. 🌿Why it’s good for you: Broccoli is extremely rich in cancer-fighting properties. It’s also high in fiber and very low in calories—one cup of…

Broccoli🌿 How to eat it Broccoli can be eaten raw, of course, but we prefer it roasted. All it needs is a little olive oil, salt and pepper. Roast it at 450°F for about 20 minutes for dense stems with slightly crispy heads that are browned at the edges. Sprinkle on a little Parmesan cheese for extra flavor, or serve with a yogurt-based dipping sauce. 🌿Why it’s good for you: Broccoli is extremely rich in cancer-fighting properties. It’s also high in fiber and very low in calories—one cup of…

It's true. Chard is a superfood better for you than kale and it's easy to grow your own. Add it to your kitchen garden this spring for summer long greens.

It's true. Chard is a superfood better for you than kale and it's easy to grow your own. Add it to your kitchen garden this spring for summer long greens.

The ALL powerful Chaga mushroom might be one of the most important anti-aging superfoods ever! Its broad range of remarkable health benefits make it one of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet. Hailed as King of the Medicinal Mushrooms Chaga is a "disease fighting power house" that has been shown through considerable scientific research to have powerful immune enhancing anti-inflammatory antioxidant and anti-aging properties. Its rich nutrients increase power energy stamina and…

The ALL powerful Chaga mushroom might be one of the most important anti-aging superfoods ever! Its broad range of remarkable health benefits make it one of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet. Hailed as King of the Medicinal Mushrooms Chaga is a "disease fighting power house" that has been shown through considerable scientific research to have powerful immune enhancing anti-inflammatory antioxidant and anti-aging properties. Its rich nutrients increase power energy stamina and…

These sweet rolls are AMAZING! The dough is super easy to make yields a super buttery, soft roll. The filling is bright, tangy, and delicious. They are a perfect breakfast for spring. Or anytime, really,  because its always the right time for delicious baked goods! You can definitely tell that Ladybug is a food blogger’s kid. Lately she has been wanting me to take photos of all her meals before she eats, and she wants to be in all the photos I take as well. She’s pretty much super adorable…

These sweet rolls are AMAZING! The dough is super easy to make yields a super buttery, soft roll. The filling is bright, tangy, and delicious. They are a perfect breakfast for spring. Or anytime, really, because its always the right time for delicious baked goods! You can definitely tell that Ladybug is a food blogger’s kid. Lately she has been wanting me to take photos of all her meals before she eats, and she wants to be in all the photos I take as well. She’s pretty much super adorable…

🌿How to eat them: Add them to oatmeal or yogurt for breakfast, toss a handful into a smoothie, or, for a sweet-tangy punch in an otherwise savory dish, add them to salads, paired with a citrus-based vinaigrette. 🌿Why they’re good for you: Nature often gives us nutrition cues with colors. Blackberries’ ‪deep purple‬ means they’re high in a kind of antioxidant that can help keep cells healthy. Like most berries, blackberries are also high in vitamin C, which is thought to have a role in…

🌿How to eat them: Add them to oatmeal or yogurt for breakfast, toss a handful into a smoothie, or, for a sweet-tangy punch in an otherwise savory dish, add them to salads, paired with a citrus-based vinaigrette. 🌿Why they’re good for you: Nature often gives us nutrition cues with colors. Blackberries’ ‪deep purple‬ means they’re high in a kind of antioxidant that can help keep cells healthy. Like most berries, blackberries are also high in vitamin C, which is thought to have a role in…

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