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Vegan Carrot Bread

Get Your Guide to Gluten-Free Flours

The world of gluten-free flours is a fun one to explore. When I was a ‘regular’ baker, I used all-purpose flour and that’s about it. Now, I have more than half a dozen flours in my pantry I can use to play and create. There are a multitude of gluten-free flours you can use for baking […]

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Want to Become a Culinary Nutrition Expert?

One of the most life-fueling, rewarding and inspirational parts of the work I do is my position as head program coach for the Academy of Culinary Nutrition’s Culinary Nutrition Expert program. In this role, I get to connect with students from all over the world and help them facilitate their personal and professional growth. When I interned with […]

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From Scratch Cooking 2016

From Scratch Cooking 2016: an E-Cookbook For Charity

Sometimes, the weight of sadness in the world feels like it’s crushing me. When I read the post ‘All the things that softly kill me‘ last week by Danielle Laporte, it was as if she was channeling the folds of my brain. We live in the same city, so I see the type of men […]

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Win a Copy of My Second Anti-Inflammatory Cookbook!

I’m a huge fan of recipes that are no-fuss, simple, healthful and delicious. I’ve had numerous workshop participants exclaim ‘That’s it?!?’ after watching me create a recipe. A couple of months ago, I announced the arrival of my first cookbook, Anti-Inflammatory Diet and Action Plans. The feedback on this book has been incredible, and thank […]

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How to Improve Digestion

Your Holiday Digestion Survival Guide

The holidays are approaching and we know what that means: decadent food and treats. The holiday season is filled with temptations, from chocolates to booze to gluten- and dairy-laden cookies, cakes, breads, stuffings and sauces. If you have inflammatory bowel disease, digestive issues or food intolerances, it may seem like the holidays are designed to bum you out and […]

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Vegan Carrot Ginger Soup

5 Foods to Boost Your Immunity This Winter

Fall and winter can be challenging times of the year. In many places, autumn means a chill in the air and an increased risk of colds or flus, plus with the holidays there are a multitude of unhealthy temptations that can degrade our health and leave our immune systems vulnerable. There are, however, a load of […]

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Gluten-Free Side Dishes

Gluten-Free Ideas for Holiday Side Dishes

There are two kinds of people in this world: those who cook side dishes and those who don’t. I’m in the latter category. It’s not that I don’t enjoy eating sides, I’m simply too lazy to make them on a daily basis. I’m more of a one-pot or slow cooker kind of gal, especially during the […]

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What to do with squash seeds

Don’t Toss Those Squash Seeds!

As individuals, we toss $14.6 billion dollars worth of food away every year. When you include the food waste from restaurants, grocery stores, food manufacturers and farms, that amount rises to a staggering 31 billion. Our food waste not only impacts our environment, but is especially thoughtless considering nearly 850,000 people visit food banks every month […]

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UnDiet Cookbook

An UnDiet Cookbook Giveaway!

Headshot: Catherine Farquharson/Documentographer.com Before we go any further, I need to declare that this review of The UnDiet Cookbook is not impartial or objective in any way. As many of you know, I interned with Meghan Telpner nearly four years ago (I actually kicked off my internship on the photo shoot for her first book, […]

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Dairy-free Smoothie

Awesome Dairy-Free Smoothie Tips

Summer’s almost over and I hope you’re not sad. I’m never bummed about the curtains closing on the summertime season. I was always a big nerd and loved the whole back-to-school vibe, and now as a grown-up I love fall because it involves the best food: butternut squash, pumpkin, apples, pears, cinnamon, onions, garlic, Brussels sprouts, […]

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