Maple-Spiced Apples and Red Cabbage

Maple-Spiced Apples and Red Cabbage

After our apple picking adventure, we had more apples than we could reasonably snack on. My favorite way to cook apples is in some kind of delicious dessert. But since my husband's sweet tooth is not nearly as large as mine, it means that I would end up eating all of said delicious dessert. Enter the quest for savory.

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5 Ways to Love your Breastfeeding Friends

So I thought instead, I’d...bring you my top suggestions on how to love your friends who are breastfeeding. These could be your peers, your daughter (or in-law), a coworker, or even a casual acquaintance. If there’s one thing that I know about being a new parent, it’s that people need help, and extra TLC. So reach out, offer your services, and show some [nutrition] love.

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Cauliflower {Guest Post}

Cauliflower {Guest Post}

Once overshadowed by broccoli, cauliflower is now trending the foodie world - some even call it the new kale. A common belief is that darker green or darker pigmented produce contain more nutrients, but white veggies are rich in a different set of phytochemicals that are just as beneficial to your health.

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The Benefits of Plants

The Benefits of Plants

I live in the Mid-West, now, which means that I'm about to tackle a topic that can ruffle a few feathers here in the heart of the dairy and beef industries... the plant-based diet... Essentially we've flirted with vegetarian and vegan diets as friends have invited us to the challenge. I embrace challenges like this. My husband endures them with me :) ... But we both agreed that a meal didn't have to have meat in it to be enjoyable. The experience caused us to reduce our reliance on meat pretty significantly, and got my culinary creative juices flowing with new recipes options and adventures.

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