Pesto can be made with almost any nut or seed one desires; this recipe uses pepitas. Toasting the pepitas releases their oils and deepens their flavor for a delicious take on the classic. Serve over whole wheat pasta thinned with a bit of pasta cooking water and topped with halved cherry tomatoes, torn fresh basil leaves, and a sprinkling of Parmesan.
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Incorporate homegrown or local zucchini into your breakfast or lunch routine with these zucchini and chickpea fritters. Served warm, enjoy these fritters as-is, with a drizzle of yogurt, or topped with a poached egg.
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With this creamy, rich sauce, you will not miss the dairy! The sauce can be used for any dish (think mac n’ cheese, pastas, and more) that usually calls for a dairy-based cream sauce.
Eating more plant-based foods is good for both people and planet.
Flexitarian, sometimes vegetarian, plant-forward, omnivore who likes plant-based meals — whatever you want to call such a diet (or not), eating some vegetarian or vegan meals benefits your health and the environment.
Just like professional athletes, fueling with the right foods can make a difference, but the approach may be a little more relaxed.
Fuel up for your next event with fiber and protein while enjoying these homemade blueberry pepita granola bars.
Nutrition is just as important for mental performance as it is for physical. See if you can gain a competitive edge by properly fueling for esports.
From beet “brats” to smoked carrot “lox,” picking up vegetable butchery can provide a new twist on getting your vegetables.
Start your morning (or have breakfast for dinner) with these unBEETable “red velvet pancakes.”