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How do you make a soup rich? Add 24 carrots to it. God that was lame and why isn’t there a carrot emoji? #healthy #cooking #food

How do you make a soup rich? Add 24 carrots to it. God that was lame and why isn’t there a carrot emoji? #healthy #cooking #food

Squash blossoms! Try and challenge yourself this week to cook something you’ve never cooked before! #mindovermouth #cooking #healthy #delicious

Squash blossoms! Try and challenge yourself this week to cook something you’ve never cooked before! #mindovermouth #cooking #healthy #delicious

Colorful cauliflower #mindovermouth #healthy #eating #vegetables

Colorful cauliflower #mindovermouth #healthy #eating #vegetables

Beautiful artichokes. #mindovermouth #cooking #healthy #eating

Beautiful artichokes. #mindovermouth #cooking #healthy #eating

Blood oranges #mindovermouth #cooking #eating #healthy

Blood oranges #mindovermouth #cooking #eating #healthy

This is an Indian eggplant. Much smaller and sweeter then a normal eggplant. #eggplant #healthy #mindovermouth #cooking #healthy

This is an Indian eggplant. Much smaller and sweeter then a normal eggplant. #eggplant #healthy #mindovermouth #cooking #healthy

Colors at the Culver City Farmers Market #healthy #beautiful #food #healthy #farmers

Colors at the Culver City Farmers Market #healthy #beautiful #food #healthy #farmers

Poms for days #healthy #fruit #cooking #mindovermouth #eating

Poms for days #healthy #fruit #cooking #mindovermouth #eating

This funky looking little thing is called an Indian Bitter Melon.   Traditionally used to treat wounds and skin infections but also used as a vegetable in India and other Asian countries as an ingredient in curries. There is also a chemical in this melon that acts like insulin, helping reduce blood sugar levels. Who woulda thought? #healthy #cooking #mindovermouth #produce #organic

This funky looking little thing is called an Indian Bitter Melon. Traditionally used to treat wounds and skin infections but also used as a vegetable in India and other Asian countries as an ingredient in curries. There is also a chemical in this melon that acts like insulin, helping reduce blood sugar levels. Who woulda thought? #healthy #cooking #mindovermouth #produce #organic

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