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Produce Storage 101

Produce Storage 101

Ever feel like your fruits and veggies spoil before you can enjoy them? Or maybe they aren’t as flavorful as you expected? It could be the way you’re storing them. Here are some simple ways to get the most out of your fruits and vegetables! Let Your Produce to Breathe...

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The Versatile Cruciferous Vegetable

The Versatile Cruciferous Vegetable

The key to creating a satisfying post-dinner snack (or any snack!) is to combine fueling carbohydrates with satiating protein and/or healthy fats (like avocado, seeds, or plant oils!). Hummus is a wonderful, well-rounded snack because beans like chickpeas are a great mixture of fiber-rich carbs and plant-based protein. Pairing them with something sweet is just an added bonus. Plus, who doesn’t love chocolate!? 

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DIY Herb Garden

DIY Herb Garden

Spring has sprung and there is no better time to plant a garden. Not your bag? It’s easier than you might think. An herb garden can be as simple as some dirt, a few seeds and a pot! They’re a great way to venture into the world of gardening because they’re easy,...

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Corn Soup by Chef Scott Megill

Corn Soup by Chef Scott Megill

Discover how to make the perfect summer dish with local Chef Scott Megill. Scott is a local chef and co-owner of Allaire Event Rentals, a Chester County based furniture & prop rental house specializing in mid-century, industrial & indie design. Ingredients 4...

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Eat Your Veggies

Eat Your Veggies

The Power of One  Most days, my goal is to squeeze in an extra serving of vegetables each day. Well, to be honest, some days it’s just to eat any vegetable at all! Don’t we all just want easy ways to sneak in health here and there?! Well, we’ve got some ideas…and it...

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Plant-Based Sources of Iron

Plant-Based Sources of Iron

Iron is an essential nutrient in our diet. Nearly 70% of iron is used to produce hemoglobin in red blood cells and myoglobin in muscle cells, both of which transport oxygen and nutrients to cells. A small amount of iron also becomes part of proteins essential for...

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