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Guys, May is so exciting. I am getting sick of citrus (sorry backyard!) and I am ready for berries and summer greens. Is there anything more exciting than new veggies? I think not. Apricots Asparagus Avocado Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cauliflower …

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We made these back in 2015, but they’re worth resurfacing – a healthy way to get some nuts in without all the preservatives of granola bars! Enjoy! ****** These bars are game changers. We were looking for snacks that were …

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Whew. We’ve made it to the halfway point, you guys. I’ll be honest, I don’t feel so different but I definitely am eating less and snacking way WAY less. The cravings are starting (where’s my movie-style popcorn/glass of wine on …

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Guys, summer is coming and a few weeks ago it was so hot here but I really wanted to have something to drink that wasn’t going to make me even hotter. Now, usually I prefer to have red wine but …

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I know I made y’all some granola last month. But what I REALLY wanted in my granola was crystallized ginger, and I really couldn’t find any. I had some awesome trail mix from Lassen’s, a grocery store here in LA …

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May! Fruits and Veggies are really starting to come in full force, and I couldn’t be more excited. I love this time of year – the cherries are coming in, the figs are everywhere, and those radishes are crispy! Here’s what’s …

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Granola is my fave breakfast for weekdays. On weekends, I make eggs and avocado toast and pancakes, even, but when I’m on-the-go (read: eating breakfast at my desk) I really love yogurt and a hearty granola. Problem is, most pre-made …

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So a while ago I got a sample of teff from someone somewhere, I cannot remember where or who. And I was like, “WTF is this?” and then put it in my cabinet and promptly never looked at it again. …

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May brings a whole new world of in-season fruit and veggies, and we’re excited for the summer ahead, you guys. Here’s what’s coming in: Apricots Cabbage Chard Citrus Figs Kale Potatoes Radishes Rhubarb Strawberries And of course, I wouldn’t leave you …

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These scones are based off a favorite one in Chelsea, Michigan, at Zou Zou’s. They have ginger, apricots, and almonds which balance this sweet and spicy breakfast treat! Oven temperature: 400 degrees Bake time: 20 minutes Prep time: 20 minutes …

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