These days, it seems like we’re all trying to squeeze more vegetables into our diet — and it’s for good reason seeing as a plant-based diet is both a wholesome and feel-good one. I am an avid salad eater and roast baking sheets of veggies weekly but somehow, I still often feel like I am not getting enough.
A rice salad with fresh veggies, herbs and lemon vinaigrette—it’s a total crowd pleaser. Make one that’s even more delicious and healthier with your secret weapon: RightRice.
Do you ever find yourself in the grocery store overwhelmed with the deluge of new products? You know there’s some interesting and healthy that will check all the requirements on your list — family friendly, tasty, and nutritious — but with all the options it’s hard to know where to start.
This healthy, hearty vegetarian dinner recipe starring black rice, tempeh, broccoli and kale makes a filling and nutritious meal, with leftovers for lunch. This recipe is from The Clean Plates Cookbook ($20; Running Press) by Jared Koch and Jill Silverman Hough.
Use local and/or organic ingredients whenever possible. Substitute grapeseed or sesame oil for canola oil. Choose brown rice instead of white rice. “This is one of my favorite ways to cook fish. It’s so simple yet so satisfying. Traditionally, we use black bass or flounder for this preparation, but one of my favorite fish is skate. The poaching liquid that pools on the plate is the beginning of a fantastic sauce. Once you add the soy sauce and flash fry the ginger and scallions, you’ll be spooning it over your rice and eating every last grain.” – Edric Har