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Going Green with a High-protein Diet

January 28, 2015 Elisha Daigneault

The term high-protein diet brings to mind images of protein-style burgers or giant chicken breasts with steamed broccoli for dinner. The craze started by the Atkins diet has now taken a Paleo spin by adding

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Quinoa, Kale and Bacon Veggie Bowl

January 23, 2015 Brittany Chin Jones

If anyone has been to the lovely Asheville, NC, you have most likely heard of Tupelo Honey Cafe. It’s a wonderful combination of fresh vegetables and southern flavors with a reasonable price tag.  Here is our

Woman, man hiking on a winter day
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Tips for Managing Seasonal Affective Disorder

January 22, 2015 Anne Danahy

Have you been feeling more irritable or depressed lately? Sleeping more and craving carbs? If so, you may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a condition that’s likely caused by a lack of sunlight,

Student Scoop

Turkish Red Lentil Soup

January 21, 2015 Brittany Peterson

Soup (çorba in Turkish) is a staple item in Turkish cuisine, eaten in various regions of the country, among all social classes, and at all stages in life. Turkish soups are generally based on legumes

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Honey Cashew Bites

January 19, 2015 Michaela Ballmann

Honey is one of my favorite sweeteners and for good reason. I’m able to get raw local honey from an urban farmer in my neighborhood. This sweet nectar tastes pure and complex at the same

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Bake Fresh Sourdough Bread at Home

January 16, 2015 Marcy Gaston

Baking bread is one of the most satisfying and cathartic things you can do. Over the course of a couple of hours, flour, water, salt and yeast transform as they interact with each other. The

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Persimmons Pack a Vitamin C Punch

January 14, 2015 Krista Ulatowski

A couple of years ago, I didn’t even know what a persimmon was. I overheard a few of my graduate school colleagues chatting about them and how they were eagerly awaiting persimmon season. I purchased a

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A New Twist on Pizza

January 7, 2015 Joanne Perez

Who doesn't love pizza? It is the perfect food with protein, veggies, carbohydrates and sometimes even fruit. Plus, it's a dish that can be personalized and different every time you eat it. But it is

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Radicchio: The Other ‘Green’

January 5, 2015 Maribeth Evezich, MS, RD

With tightly bound, magenta leaves, radicchio is a striking vegetable. But at the market, it often receives an admiring gaze, then is passed over for the more familiar, less bitter and less intimidating greens. While radicchio (pronounced similar

Kitchen Tools

The Sack Lunch Gets a Makeover

January 5, 2015 Jen Haugen

Product Reviewed: Eco Vessel Smash Box Double Compartment Lunch Box The Smash Box Double Compartment Lunch Box by Eco Vessel arrived at the beginning of the school year and it couldn’t have arrived at a better