Tag: vegetarian

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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Brussels Sprouts Salad with Pomegranates

Recipe by Erin Pellegrin, RD

Did you know our friend the Brussel sprout makes for a wonderful winter salad? Pear it – pun intended – with a shallot, or even red onion, seasonal fruit for slight sweetness, top with whatever nuts/seeds you have on hand, and you have a flavorful salad that’s not heavy or overdone. Plus the dressing is simple – as a homemade salad dressing should be. It brings everything together making this salad a wonderful side or open up more space on your dinner plate to get in that extra serving of veggies! 

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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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