A salmon bowl that trumps all others, with chickpeas, feta, radish and lettuce. With a great balance of fiber, omega-3s, and calcium, this salad will certainly be a staple.
Chickpeas are no longer a boring food with these slow-cooked chickpea toasts. In this recipe, spices like cayenne and paprika give it a real kick. Top it with an egg for a more balanced meal. We recommend using a sprouted grain bread and coconut palm sugar.
One of the best things a home cook can do is take a night off from cooking. Cooking is a lifelong responsibility to feed ourselves, and, for some, our families. The only way to make it a sustainable joy is to honor our cooking moods. After all, nobody wins if cooking is a constant stress.
Canned beans are one of life’s great conveniences. One of a handful of foods categorized as both a vegetable and a plant-based protein, they’re cheap, wholesome, and endlessly versatile. There’s just one tiny problem: Canned beans often taste muted, even a bit tinny, like they came, well, from a can.
Imagine a completely satisfying Thanksgiving meal without feeling like an overstuffed potato. It’s possible with a killer salad to help keep your meal in balance. These are our favorites.
We scoured the freezer aisle to find meals that offered a slew of veggies and whole grains, double-digit grams of protein, and little-to-no added sugar. Then we tasted through them to find the best ones.
A really good soup is akin to lying in bed with a weighted blanket or putting on a pair of your favorite sweatpants after a really hard day; it’s comfort in food form. It feeds your belly and your soul. So grab your biggest — no bigger! — spoon and dig in.
Spaghetti squash is kind of magical. It mimics that classic pasta of childhood, but brings so many more benefits to the table than your typical plate of comforting carbs.