Category Archives: Healthy Eating

Caprese Salad

Fresh tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella…three of my favorite things to eat, in one great salad…Caprese Salad! It makes a nice lunch or light dinner. And in the summer, if you have a garden and grow tomatoes and basil, it’s so nice to be able to go out to your backyard and pick your meal fresh from the garden! Here’s a gardening tip too: instead of using bug sprays on your tomato or basil plants, plant big bunches of marigolds near them—I’ve found that marigolds are great at helping to keep the bugs away!

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No-Knead Whole Wheat Bread

I’m a novice bread maker, so I stick to simple bread recipes! This one, for No-Knead Whole Wheat Bread, is really very easy, and it’s so great that it doesn’t require kneading! Basically, you mix up the batter, put it in a loaf pan, and let it rise for 20 to 25 minutes. After that, it’s ready to bake!

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Roasted Roma Tomatoes

If you’ve never made roasted tomatoes, you’re missing out—especially if you love tomatoes! While I like eating them fresh from the garden, roasting them gives the tomatoes such a rich flavor. They’re so easy to make, too!

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Roasted Carrots, Beets, and Onions

I have to admit, I’m not the biggest fan of certain raw veggies. Sugar snap peas are my favorite veggies to eat raw, but there’s one way I love to eat all veggies, and that is when they are roasted! There’s something about the taste of roasted veggies that I never get tired of!

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Edamame Snap Pea Salad

If you like healthy veggie salads, this Edamame Snap Pea Salad with Sesame Vinaigrette is a great one to try! It’s a slightly crunchy, tangy salad mix of edamame and sugar snap peas, coated with a delicious Sesame Vinaigrette. If you aren’t familiar with edamame, it’s another word for green soybeans (I’ve heard it’s best to use non-GMO edamame.)

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