Let’s warm up this winter with a nourishing breakfast porridge! Haleem is an ancient Persian dish that is often made with wheat and lamb, but in some variations (like this one) oats and poultry are used for convenience. Haleem is high in protein and contains fiber, keeping us full for longer and helping us regulate […]

These turkey burgers are a great way to incorporate some new flavors and probiotics into a classic meal. Korean chili paste, or gochujang, is a fermented spicy condiment made from red chiles, soybeans and salt. It will keep indefinitely in your refrigerator! The kimchi provides probiotics to strengthen your immune system and digestive health. Tips: […]

To help us relieve the chill of winter, our very own Rachel Nelson, MS, RDN, LDN offers us a family recipe for Tuscan Kale, White Bean, and Sausage soup! Hearty, warming, and delicious, this soup is also a healthy option for people who are mindful of cardiovascular health. We have substituted pork or red-meat sausage […]

This creamy and savory pumpkin hummus is festive for the month of October! This hummus is sure to be a favorite among family and friends. Garnish with chopped rosemary, pomegranate seeds, and toasted pumpkin seeds for extra flavor!

Mushroom scampi on the stove

In America, we typically think of shrimp when it comes to “scampi,” which is a way to prepare shrimp or prawns by sautéing in lots of garlic and butter. The term actually refers to a type of shellfish found in Italy. Here is a version of this flavorful dish that is hearty but also vegetarian […]

Uncooked fonio grain

Originating in West Africa, fonio is a gluten-free grain with a similar texture to couscous. It contains 10% of your daily value of iron and 3 grams of protein per serving. Fonio is also rich in two essential amino acids that other grains lack, methionine and cystine. Typically used as a hot breakfast cereal in […]

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