Tag: vegetables

Vegetarian Chili for Two

Recipe courtesy of One Dish Kitchen

You may recognize this recipe. I’ve made this before for a few Unite for HER events, but I think it’s just too good not to share here! I love a good chili recipe, but it usually yields so much! If you want a bowl of comfort, but don’t feel like pulling out the slow cooker or stock pot, definitely try this out. Plus,

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Plantuary: Getting Started in 3 Steps

By Erin Pellegrin RD, LDN

We are officially into week two of Plantuary! Maybe you’ve seen the videos introducing our January initiative or perhaps you learned a little more about what it means to be plant-based from our blog (maybe you did both!). Even if this whole Plantuary thing is news to you, let’s share a few easy ways you can get started.

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Hard-Roasted Spiced Cauliflower

Recipe by Alison Roman in Nothing Fancy

This dish is truly nothing fancy in terms of its simplicity. However, the flavor that is created by combining just a few ingredients is magic. I like finishing it with some good, crumbled feta to add a fresh tang, but it certainly doesn’t need it if that’s not your thing. What I do know for sure though, is that I’m not making cauliflower any other way ever again!   

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What Does “Plant-Based” Mean?

By Senior Nutrition Manager, Erin Pellegrin RD

So, what is “plant-based?”

By now, most of us have heard the term “plant-based.” Or what we also sometimes use, “plant-centered.” But what exactly does that mean when we talk about how a person eats? This question comes up a lot during our Wellness Day Conferences. While this term can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people, to us it means eating in a way that focuses on including and consuming more plant foods,

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Trendy Crunchy Salad with Delicious Green Dressing

Recipe inspired by Baked by Melissa

I love a crunchy salad – especially when the temps drop. In the summer, I tend to reach for the delicate greens when I want a bowl of leafy goodness. But in the fall and winter, I want the favorites of the season – in this case it’s purple and napa cabbages – tossed with whatever veggies I had in the fridge, all married with the most delicious,

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