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Making your own nutrition bars at home costs less than store-bought bars. It also lets you personalize your bars with ingredients that you love and that give you the most energy. Try this simple recipe that combines equal parts nuts and fruit...

Makes 4 servings

Ingredients

3 bunches of greens (try rainbow chard, kale, collards, or mustard greens, or a combination), trimmed, rinsed, and dried
3 tablespoons grass-fed butter
3 tablespoons...

Quality ingredients will make a difference in this homemade hot chocolate. Try raw cacao powder, which comes from cold-pressing cocoa beans, or an organic...

Serves 4-6

Ingredients

4 medium sweet potatoes, cut into large chunks
1 medium onion, chopped
2 carrots, chopped
2 (10-ounce) packages of brown button mushrooms, wiped clean with a damp paper...

It’s dinnertime. You’ve chopped the onions, turned on the stove, and you need to add some oil to the pan.

But which one to use?

The ...

“I’ve got a gut feeling about this.”

“The thought makes me nauseous.”

“I’ve got butterflies in my stomach.”

These common phrases intuitively express what science now recognizes: there is a...

These three recipes are made separately and assembled just before serving. When you're ready to eat, cut the cake, top with fruit compote, and drizzle with cream. Ground cherries are available in late summer and fall at specialty markets and...

Serves 4 to 6

Ingredients

2 large fresh beets, peeled and chopped
One 22-ounce can or jar of tomato sauce
2-to-3 cups of water, depending on desired consistency
Salt and freshly ground black...

Serves 15 to 20 people, depending on serving cup size.

Ingredients

One 14-ounce package extra-firm tofu
...

For most gardeners, the season begins in late winter when seed catalogs arrive in the mail featuring backyard crops like ornamental kale, watermelon radish, and heirloom tomatoes.

Growing plants from seed allows you to start your garden...

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