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Avocado Salsa Puffs

Originally posted on Marta in Chicago:

DSC00551My husband, Evan, and I live in an apartment in Lincoln Square, a great neighborhood a few miles north of downtown Chicago. The streets are tree-lined, and compared to the hustle and bustle of downtown, it’s very peaceful and quiet. Our third floor windows look out into tall, aged maple trees, which make our home feel like a tree house during the summer. Sounds great, right?

The one thing we’re missing is an outdoor space. We have a small landing out back, but no real patio or deck to enjoy the warm summer evenings. The biggest drawback is that we have nowhere to put our beloved grill, which currently resides up the street at our old apartment, getting plenty of love from our friends, Caitlin and Keith. They’re wonderful hosts who have us over often to grill and enjoy their lovely back porch (which we shared before leaving the building four years ago).


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Breakfast sundae with pineapple whip, granola and fresh fruits

Originally posted on Chitra's Healthy Kitchen:

Breakfast Sundae


Sundae everyone feels it is Ice cream but it is a Breakfast Sundae – it’s a dairy free, nutritious breakfast sundae that’s just as delicious. This treat contains Pineapple whip, berries, fruits and homemade Granola.

As a variation I used Pineapple whip in place of Yogurts and Homemade Granola with Red rice flakes and Oats.

Eat this sundae and you’ll be starting your day off with lean protein and good fats, which is prized in both Japan and South America for its health-benefits.

Preparation time-10 minutes

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Salmon with Green Herbs

Originally posted on Love Live Life by Kim:

Salmon, ah, one of my favorite dishes! It’s such an easy to prepare meal that is so incredibly healthy. This recipe doesn’t require much preparation work, and is pretty much fool-proof.

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  • 2 salmon fillets
  • Salt and black pepper
  • 2-3 tablespoons olive oil
  • freshly squeezed lemon juice to taste
  • 2 spring onions finely diced, use the white and green parts
  • handful fresh coriander
  • handful fresh parsley
  • 3 tablespoons dry white wine

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
Place the salmon fillets in an oven-proof dish. Season the fillets generously with some salt and pepper and drizzle with olive oil and lemon juice. Finely dice the spring onions, coriander and parsley, mix together and scatter the herbs over the top of the salmon fillets. Pour the wine around the fish fillet. Tightly cover the oven-proof dish with aluminum foil. Place the salmon fillets in the oven for about 15 minutes. I…

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Spinach salad with lentil tapenade and salmon

Originally posted on Health with Rose:



  • 1 1/2 bags of spinach leaves
  • 2 small red bell peppers
  • 1 small cucumber
  • cherry tomatoes
  • sunflower seeds
  • 1 pot of lentils
  • organic salmon
  • lemon
  • salt, pepper, italian herbs
  • salad dressing: 2 tbs olive oil, 2 tbs balsamico vinegar, 1 tsp mustard, 1/2 tsp honey 


  • cut the cherry tomatoes, red bell pepper, and cucumber and put them in a salad bowl together with the spinach leaves.
  • pour the dressing over the salad.
  • roast the sunflower seeds in a small pan and add them over the salad after they have cooled off a little.
  • blend the lentils with 1 tsp mustard, 2 tbs olive oil, juice of 1/2 a lemon, italian herbs, salt and pepper in a blender until it’s a smooth tapenade. If it’s still very thick, add some water.
  • spice the salmon with some salt & pepper and grill it using a grill pan (you can also…

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Thinking About Nutrition

Originally posted on CrossFit Manatee:

At our nutrition seminar a few months ago, we drew a framework for thinking about nutrition on the board. It looked something like this:

...except the version on the whiteboard was less colorful

The basic idea here is that you can break down how we think about and react to food into two components: An emotional component, which relates to your own personal memories, your favorite foods from childhood, and your mental state before, during, and after eating; and a fuel component, which relates to the chemical processes that take place in your body when you consume food.

The emotional component of food is deeply personal. Certain foods elicit emotional reactions in people, and many people this irrational, subjective, side of food guide their eating choices. Maybe you grew up eating mom’s tuna casserole, so you constantly crave cheesy, pasta-y, tuna-y goodness. This side of nutrition is very important, but it is hard to make generalizations about the emotional effects…

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Egg Substitutions (For Baking)

Originally posted on The Feel Good Foodies:

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Whether you’re vegan or not, or allergic to eggs or not, it’s nice to have the option of baking without eggs, and to know how to do it.

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Eggs are used in baking as a binder. That is, it’s food-glue to hold your baked goods together. There are other foods that are sufficiently glue-y and still healthy that you can use to substitute for eggs in baking. And this works not only for cookies and other sweet confections, but also savory goods like pizza crusts and crackers. Just consider which flavours will work best with what you’re making and play around a little.

Flax Seeds

The outer layer of flax seeds contain a mucilaginous substance that creates a gel when in contact with water. This gooey substance is a…

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Healthy Soup Under 200 Calories

Originally posted on fitworlds:

Making healthy soup is fun and rewarding in many ways. Here are 15 nutritious soups under 200 calories… You are going love #6! Read more: 15 Nutritious Soups Under 200 Calories

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Chipolte Beef & Corn Salad

Originally posted on Zosia Cooks:

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Salads make a great summer dinner but for me, they must be satisfying to eat and keep me full (so I don’t get the post-dinner munchies). We grill a lot in our household and most grilling nights I will throw an extra steak (or other protein) on the grill so I can turn it into a dinner salad for the next night. That makes the next night’s dinner even easier.

So here’s a spicy and satisfying dinner salad that I adapted from Williams Sonoma that fits the bill to a tee. The steak is mildly seasoned yet completely satisfying; you can serve it either hot off of the grill or cold. The lime juice makes the corn salsa tangy and the avocados temper the entire dish. Be forewarned: the chipolte dressing is smoky and spicy with quite a bit of heat so a little goes a long way. Of course, I love…

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Peas Masala

Originally posted on Chitra's Healthy Kitchen:

Peas Masala Poori


Masala puri is one of the most popular chaat/snacks in most parts of  the India. This can be easily prepared at home and make it healthier by using baked puris. It can be served as an appetizer.

The masala for chaats is

Serves: 4
Preparation time: 25minutes
Cooking time: 20minutes

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