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Turmeric and Ginger Pickled Cauliflower

Though dietitians are known to push as much color as possible onto the plate, cauliflower deserves a pass on that rule.

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Stone Soup Vlog: Tomato Poached Swordfish 

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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Grape Cheese Balls

The cheese ball's magnificent array of cheese, herbs, spices and nuts holds a soft spot in my heart. But a huge hunk of cheese slathered on crackers isn’t exactly considered a healthy appetizer option.

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Tips and Tricks for Better Self-Care

It can often feel like there is so much to get done each day that we don’t always take care of ourselves. But the benefits of finding time for yourself are many.

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Roasted Lemon Pepper Asparagus

Goodbye, boring vegetables! This roasted asparagus is simply seasoned, yet guaranteed to impress your dinner guests. 

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Take a Break from the Scale — and Be Healthier Because of It

If you know that the number will impact the way you feel about yourself, then your relationship with the scale isn’t exactly a healthy one.

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Kitchen Gems — for the Right Cook

From the tip of their ice hardened blades to the Swiss Diamond logo forged into the end of the black resin handle, I found the knives’ simple design pleasing.

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Vegetarian Chickpea Meatballs

These vegetarian meatballs are excellent as a sandwich filling, a bite-size snack and on top of pasta.

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Celebrate International Hummus Day with a Twist

Most people like pizza and most also enjoy hummus, so I thought I would combine the two into one fabulous food.

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The Five Biggest Conference Mistakes You Can Make

If you’re a frequent networker or conference attendee, or are thinking of ramping up your efforts, here are five things to avoid doing at your next event.

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Can a Spiralizer Inspire? This One Can

If time, convenience and appeal largely influence your consumption of fruits and vegetables, this spiralizer can help guide you to a produce-rich diet in no time.

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7 Tips to Break the Late-Night Munching Habit

Excess calories late at night can lead to weight gain, disruptive sleep and overall discomfort into the night and the following day.

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The Only Omelet Recipe You Will Ever Need

Studies have shown that high-protein breakfasts can help reduce our cravings throughout the entire day, as well as stabilize our blood sugar levels.

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Isn’t it Time for a Kitchen Refresh?

Now is the perfect time to refresh, revamp and tidy up those health goals, and it can start with a kitchen ingredient makeover.

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A Stove-to-Serve French Soup Pot

There is nothing better than an elegant pot that can go from stove to oven to table.

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The Many Redeeming Qualities of Rosemary

The diverse, culinary herb is a popular, year-round ingredient that adds a pleasing fragrance to its environment and a savory flavor when used in cooking.

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Creamy Vegan Split Pea Soup

Green split peas are an excellent source of fiber, providing almost half of your daily value in just ¼ cup of uncooked split peas.

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Wellness Wins Campaign is a Perfect Fit for RDNs and NDTRs

I believe that every Academy member — from student to retired — should be involved in school wellness, and here's why.

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Shattering the Illusion: There is No Magic Nutrition Wand

Dietitians are here to help clients navigate the choices available in a world full of food. Good nutrition is a lifestyle, not a rule book.

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What Does the Dietitian of the Future Look Like?

Where is the nutrition and dietetics profession heading? In many respects, I believe it’s headed in all directions.

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Celebrate National Picnic Day! Perfect Weather Not Required

National Picnic Day is April 23, 2017. Eating dinner together as a family is something we take seriously in our house. But that doesn’t mean dinnertime needs to be serious.

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Are You Familiar with the CDC’s Diabetes Prevention Program?

This year-long lifestyle change program is designed to help individuals with prediabetes reduce their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. It also is an immense opportunity for food and nutrition professionals.

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Stone Soup

Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.

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Stone Soup is a guest blog written by members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Content — including information, recipes and views expressed — is that of the authors and does not reflect the positions or policies of Food & Nutrition Magazine or the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Bloggers are required to pledge they will not write for Stone Soup on topics, companies or trade organization they currently represent or have represented at any time.

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