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Meatless Wednesday – a quick, easy, tasty and healthy kale pasta

Kale – why does it get such a bad rep as being this granola hippie and not-very-tasty vegetable?  Maybe it’s because people don’t cook it the right way?  Or maybe it’s one of those “so-good-for-you-veggie” that you just assume it … Continue reading

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Korean dolma recipe using korean perilla leaves (aka purple mint, japanese basil, shiso leaves or "kkaennip")

My mom has a bountiful garden this summer and I’ve gotten my share of cherry tomatoes, zucchini, shishito and korean peppers, eggplants, and of course, the ever-growing korean perilla leaves.  These leaves are typically steamed then marinated or pickled and … Continue reading

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Eggs three ways~

Why?  They’re the most versatile good-for-you food full of protein, calcium, omega-3 & oleic acid among others enjoyed in many many ways. Below are what breakfast I’ve experimented with this week: (Zucchinis are in season and a fav veggie of … Continue reading

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