Load Up On Lentils

I was a youngster the first time I had lentil soup – I’m guessing maybe 11 or 12 years old. I liked it a lot, and after that I always associated lentils with soup.

Give Arugula an A+

Remember the old days when salad-style leafy greens meant lettuce and spinach and not much else? Not only were varieties not well known, they were not exactly appreciated either.
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Healthy Salad Dressing

What could be cooler than a crisp green summer salad? You know: plenty of dark leafy greens, ripe red tomatoes, purple onions, fresh herbs, cucumbers, radishes, carrots, peppers — you name it. So healthy!
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Healthy Tip: Celebrate Cilantro

No doubt there are things in this world we either love or hate: Certain politicians, certain subjects, certain insects, certain movies or movie stars, and certain types of foods, such as garlic, coconut, tri
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Rooting for Radishes

I remember the first time I ever tasted a radish. My mom was eating them raw with her sandwich and offered me a bite. With no warning!
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Uncover the Secret of Stevia

I’ve said it before: Americans love sugar. In practically everything!

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Springtime Strawberry Soiree

I have a lot of fond memories of really good food, and two of my greatest involve strawberries. The first came one spring day in Louisiana when my grandparents’ neighbor brought over a fresh strawberry pie. Unforgettable!
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Be Generous With Garlic

I love Julia Child. She cracks me up!
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Millet's Not Just For The Birds

Did you know that agriculture — the planting and harvesting of crops — has been around for some ten thousand years? That sure provides some context for the term “ancient grains.” Millet, by all accounts, is one of those oldies but goodies.
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Healthy Tip: Eating Those Wonderful Whites

White Beans
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