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“Busy Day” Asian Veggie Noodle Soup (Gluten & Grain-Free Options)

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The Best Kitchen Tool for Low Energy Cooks

Cooking is serious work, and it requires serious tools. Sharp knifes, large pots, heavy-duty pans – if you don’t have the right tools, cooking can be a practice in frustration. What I love about cooking is that with only a couple of good, but basic tools you can make a wealth of dishes. But what… 

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Grain Free Caramel Apple Tart

5 Tips for Holiday Meal Planning with Low Energy

I love the holiday season. It’s been a favorite time of year for me since my childhood. But thinking of my childhood, it’s good to realize that our holiday traditions were simple, yet still magical for me. Holiday meal planning doesn’t necessarily have to be stressful and overly difficult either. Elaborate and fancy meals are… 

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Pumpkin Spice Hot Cocoa

By Katie Mae Stanley of Nourishing Simplicity Warm spices mingling with rich cocoa, a touch of pumpkin mixed in, topped with maple whipped cream – it’s a whole new way to enjoy fall. Every year as the cooler weather settles in the world gets a tiny bit extremely excited about pumpkin spice lattes and other fall drinks. I didn’t get… 

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This easy dish makes a wonderful and flavorful frugal main dish that is paleo and AIP friendly too! Serve it over desired carbohydrate (AIP - think cauli-rice or sweet potato). -- The Nourishing Gourmet

How to Enjoy Vegetables (Methods and Recipes)

“You gotta eat your spinach, baaaaby.” I grew up watching a young Shirley Temple singing about not wanting to eat spinach in the movie Poor Little Rich Girl. Her sentiment that spinach was that “awful greenery” represents an attitude towards vegetables that many take into adulthood. That’s too bad because not only are vegetables good… 

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Serve over rice, baked sweet or white potatoes, or use as a burrito filling. Yum! -- The Nourishing Gourmet

Vegetable Pork Skillet Dinner

Why cook up plain pork when you can add so much rich flavor with onions, garlic, mushrooms, and dried herbs? If desired, you can serve this over rice, quinoa, or sweet or white potatoes. I also think this would make a delicious burrito stuffing – just add salsa, avocado, or whatever you desire for toppings!… 

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We all know we should eat more vegetables. Join this email challenge to get started! -- The Nourishing Gourmet

Why Everyone Should Eat More Vegetables (And Read This Book)

Dr. Terry Wahls has one of the most inspiring stories I know about the power of food to heal the body. I decided to read her book as a way of encouraging myself as I work towards healing from mold exposure and other longer term health issues. Her book gave me renewed confidence in the… 

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