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Soy: A Great Plant Protein for Your Muscles

Soy is one of the few plant foods that provides all of the essential amino acids in the proportions humans require.

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Almond-Crusted Tofu Sticks

A perfect make-ahead snack, almond-crusted tofu sticks are a savory treat with plenty of protein. Marinate extra-firm tofu in almond milk, crust with almond meal and seasoning, then bake.

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From Skeptics to Fans: Introducing WIC Clients to Chickpeas

A food demo allows clients to see and sample the product, and might be just the vehicle to take them from “not interested” to “I can do this!”

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Looking to Save Prep Time? Try this Two-Way Mandoline

The Mistral Mini Mandoline by Urban Trend can be used for hand-held slicing or prep surface slicing and it has three thickness settings as well as a julienne setting.

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How Much Protein Do You Need, Really?

Lately it seems like everyone’s trying to load up on protein — and for good reason! Just about everything in the body needs protein. It helps build and repair muscles and other body tissues.

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Are You Using Nutritional Yeast?

It's a golden flake-like product that is considered to be a nutrient powerhouse by many registered dietitian nutritionists.

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4 Low-Stress Ways to Get Dinner on the Table

Remember that a full course dinner is not necessary. Here are some ways to make dinnertime easier on everyone.

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Apricots with Basil Ricotta and Almonds

A light and flavorful snack that feels fancy but can be made in 5 minutes or less! Simply spread dried apricots with creamy basil and honey ricotta, then top with raw almonds for a satisfying crunch.

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The Latest in Bottled Water Trends

Consumers are increasingly interested in getting more nutrition from their products, and bottled water has followed suit as vendors attempt to make the simplest product into something bigger and better.

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“Nutrify" That Dish! Spotlight on Cheeseburgers

“Nutrifying” is all about the process behind making our favorite foods a little more nutritious. That does not mean, however, we’re going to sacrifice flavor.

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Almond Flour Galette with Gorgonzola, Green Apple, Fennel and Sliced Almonds

Perfect for brunch, this savory, open-faced, gluten-free pie is baked with caramelized onion and fennel topped with gorgonzola cheese, fennel fronds, sliced green apple and toasted sliced almonds.

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What is the Specific Carbohydrate Diet?

It's a dietary approach that may be beneficial for those suffering from inflammatory digestive disorders such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, celiac disease, diverticulitis and more.

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5 Dietitian-Approved Tips to Jettison Jet Lag

You can help curb that New York-to-Tokyo fatigue if you eat the right foods at the right times.

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Stone Soup Vlog: Mahi Mahi en Papillote with Mango Salsa

In this monthly vlogging series, Stone Soup blogger Celestina Brunetti demonstrates recipes using ingredients featured in the most recent issue of Food & Nutrition Magazine.

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New, Electricity-Free Blender on The Block

This kitchen tool doesn’t require electricity, has no attachments or assembly needed, is easy to use and can be taken virtually anywhere — work, gym, school, camping and tailgating.

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Vanilla Chia Pudding with Cinnamon Apples

Wave goodbye to boring and bland chia pudding by adding a layer of warm apples sautéed in coconut oil and cinnamon for a filling breakfast.

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Quinoa Mixed Grain Bread

While my initial purchase of a flour mill was a little pricey, grinding my own grains saves money and preserves freshness — and it's opened up a whole new world of recipes to create.

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Sweet and Spicy Salmon

This recipe is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, achieving half of your recommended fish intake for the week.

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Espresso Almond Biscotti Bites

Coffee and whole almonds pair up in these light and crunchy biscotti made healthier with less butter, as well as almond meal. A flavorful yet nutritious treat.

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Trend Alert: What’s the Deal with Ginger Shots?

Will a daily ginger shot detox your organs, kill cancer cells or melt away fat? Of course not. But ginger does have some legitimate health benefits.

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Perfect, No-Mess Pancakes

I was intrigued by the promise of “pancakes with no accidental spills” from Whiskware’s Batter Mixer. I hoped it would be a kid-friendly tool.

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5 Tips to Curb — Or Embrace — Emotional Eating

Many people think emotional eating is a shameful habit, but not all examples are problematic. Food is meant to be pleasurable and not all eating has to be “perfect” and out of hunger.

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