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Season 2 – Episode 4 What characteristic do we prefer in our food? Is it the varying degrees of mouth-tingling HEAT from capsaicin, or the tastebud-teasing FLAVOR from layers of earthy and aromatic spice? Or an even better question might
Did you Know?
Sugar and saturated fat trigger your body to make more of its own cholesterol.
About 75% of the sodium added to our diets comes from processed foods, not the salt shaker.
Fattier fish such as salmon, mackerel & anchovies are great sources of Omega 3 fatty acids.
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Fancy some healthier breakfast options, like deliciously Dirty Eggs, a sizzling Garden Skillet or sumptuous Slow Oats? Does Ambrosia Tropicale, Berry & Quinoa Salmagundi, or Pisto Manchego sound exotically & nutritiously appetizing? Would leaner, higher ﬁber comfort foods like Fireside Chili, Meatloaf & Mash, Sweet Corn Hash & Turkey Noodle Soup tickle our tastebuds?
Scrumptiously resting atop a single slice of whole grain toast and Humus, these ‘Dirty Eggs’ pack a powerhouse of healthful ingredients. And the favor is earthy and remarkably satisfying. Print Recipe Dirty Eggs Cuisine Middle Eastern, Nouveau American Prep Time
Red cabbage is delicious and nutritious, but if you ask me, it’s wrongly named. It’s more purple than red, and blue/purple produce happens to help combat heart disease, which is a rather good reason for “Eating The Rainbow.” Print Recipe
Mussels contain a substantially higher level of healthy Omega 3’s than any other shellfish. This is why I regularly hand-harvest these beautiful bi-valves outside the cottage in Scotland and turn them into a variety of recipes, from smoked mussels to
Drizzled with far less maple syrup than we use on breakfast ﬂapjacks, these whole wheat blueberry crepes will make a great breakfast. Print Recipe Whole Wheat Blueberry Crepes Course Main Dish Cuisine Italian, Scandinavian Keyword Gluten Prep Time 15 Minutes