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

Thanks for stopping by! If you’re interested in healthy eating check out my free gifts! and subscribe to get regular email updates. *Some links may be affiliate.* By Natalia Gill from An Appetite For Joy This asian-inspired broth is rich, savory, and loaded with perfectly cooked veggies and gluten-free rice noodles (or grain-free kelp noodles). The… 

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Want to eat a healthy diet, but have low energy or are just busy? This is the tool for you.

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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Dry Brined turkey creates moist turkey meat and crisp , beautiful turkey skin. Plus, it's so beautiful!

Salt Roasted Turkey with Herbs and Garlic (AIP-friendly)

Salt roasted turkey is also sometimes called “dry-brining, ” and it gives you moist turkey meat and crisp skin and beautiful flavor. Plus, I love that this method is so simple! You will mix kosher salt with dried herbs, lemon and orange zest, and garlic and gently massage into the turkey. Left to saturate overnight,… 

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This grain free fried rice is full of flavor from ginger, garlic and green onions, and is filling enough to serve as a main dish with the bacon and chicken. Yum! -- The Nourishing Gourmet

The Art of Simple Skillet Dinners

Lack of time or energy for cooking can be the death knell for healthy eating. We’ve had a year like no other, and developing strategies for quick, healthy meals has been essential. (Read about my new series: The Low Energy Guide to Healthy Cooking) Enter skillet dinners. Oh, how I love thee, skillet dinners. 7… 

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I'm so thankful I can buy prepped vegetables. They are helping us get dinner on the table! -- The Nourishing Gourmet

How Buying Prepped Vegetables is Saving Our Dinner

The first tip I wanted to share in my series, The Low Energy Guide to Healthy Cooking, is a simple one, but it has made such a difference for us during a challenging year. Buying prepped vegetables. Can I be honest for a minute? I never really thought I would buy pre-cut and prepared vegetables…. 

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When you feel the worst, you need to eat the best. But how can you manage it when you have chronic health issues or low energy (or are simply busy). This series seeks methods to make eating healthy easier on us. --- The Nourishing Gourmet

The Low Energy Guide to Healthy Cooking

Do you need to eat well, but have little energy to put into cooking? One of the ironies about ill health is that it makes it harder to cook healthy food for yourself when you need it the most. This is especially a problem when you have long-term health issues. Often friends and family will… 

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