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By substituting cholesterol-busting rolled oats for fatty ground beef—and bumping up the anti-inflammatory quotient with chili powder and chipotles—this crowd-pleaser ensures second helpings. Read More
This refreshing salad gets a punch from the pickling juice and spices, yet most of the sugar is discarded when the pieces are drained and patted dry.

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This side dish can be served at room temperature or chilled. On its own, it's the perfect lunch. Pair it with grilled seafood, chicken sausage, or a vegetable rice pilaf for dinner.

 

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"I honestly don't miss hot food—even in cold weather," says Alt. Like all raw foodies, she refrains from eating anything heated over 116 degrees. In her no-cook cannelloni recipe, the warming flavors of rosemary and sage do the trick to ward off a winter chill. Read More
More labor-intensive than a tuna sandwich, this frittata, made with quality canned salmon (like Trader Joe's Red Salmon, a canned sockeye) and organic canned corn (like John Cope's), is worth the extra minutes.

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When you've got whole grain couscous, dried apricots, and pistachios stored properly in your pantry, this Middle Eastern-flavored dish can be prepared in minutes.

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Put your fresh grains, seeds, and spices to work in this homemade granola. Take it with you on a hike (or to the office) as an energy-boosting snack or pour it over yogurt for breakfast.

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Maple syrup adds a subtle note to naturally sweet coconut and sweet potato; crystallized ginger can be a sophisticated (and delicious) garnish. Read More
The original rugelach recipe came from Jewish communities in Europe. The miniature crescent-shaped pastries, stuffed with either raisins or chocolate, are especially popular at Hanukkah. Read More
Dating back to at least the ancient Assyrians, baklava is popular throughout the Mediterranean and Middle East. Its signature phyllo dough is tricky to make from scratch. For this recipe, purchase it premade. Read More