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Cabbage Noodle Bowls with Fried Eggs

Noodle bowls are one of those meals I’ll make time and again for myself. I almost always have some variety of noodles in my pantry and the vegetables can be almost anything you have available. Cabbage! One of the things I like about using cabbage is that I inevitably can’t resist at the market but...

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Spiced Delicata Squash with Amaranth and Garlic Yogurt

On the site, I try to balance quick recipes you can make for dinner and recipes that maybe push you a little more to explore different techniques or ingredients. I have to say, this squash dish is one of the favorites I’ve made in a long time. Everything just comes together in a delightful way....

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23 Vegetarian Soup Recipes for Fall

One thing about living in California is that soup weather slides in almost unnoticed. We still have warm temperatures during the day but at night, it cools quickly. Sweaters come on, blankets come out, and dinners become a bit richer. Below is a solid start for my favorite soups, stews, and chilis. I didn’t mean...

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Tofu Satay with Cilantro-Peanut Sauce

This post is sponsored by the National Peanut Board. I received compensation, but all opinions and content are my own. One of my favorite things about the holiday season is having parties where I can feed the masses. I love a good party, and most of the time I’m in the kitchen. This easy tofu...

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Sweet Potatoes with Sesame-Pistachios and Miso-Citrus Dressing

This post is in partnership with California Grown. During the cooler months, I consume more sweet potatoes than I probably realize. I really can’t get enough. This dish is a solid side but if you’re me, you could easily eat it as a main. California Grown Produce Back in September I was able to tag...

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Resources to Decolonize Thanksgiving

by Tiffani Patton The leaves are changing, we’re swapping out summer clothes for layers upon layers, and you can get pumpkin-spiced everything (from dog food to lattes, capitalism’s got you covered, whether you want it or not). Thanksgiving, or Thankstaking, is a painful reminder to many of what was stolen from them. It is also... Read more »

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Getting to the Roots of Hunger at SOCAP

Anna had a chance to be on the mainstage at Social Capital Markets (SOCAP) annual conference in San Francisco last week and offered this message:  As many have been saying for a long time (ah-hem, my mother), the biggest crisis in our food system isn’t a scarcity of food, it’s a scarcity of democracy. The... Read more »

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Pumpkin Shakshuka with Feta and Pepitas

Post sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs. See below for more details. There’s nothing better than creamy baked eggs, especially when the weather starts to get cooler. This recipe makes for a delicious breakfast but I actually love this recipe for dinner. Pair it with a side salad and some crusty bread (a must...

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Loaded Potatoes with Spiced Chickpeas and Yogurt

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BUSH’S® Beans. All opinions are 100% mine. If you dig far enough back through the site, you’ll see I love a good loaded potato (usually smothered with some kind of chickpea mixture). I think it’s a perfect, filling meal that can usually satisfy the...

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What I Feed my Child (with Recipe Ideas)

I, not surprisingly, end up in conversations about food and kids. What will the child eat, what will they not eat, how do they experience new things. It’s such a heavy thing for parents because we want to do right by our child but it’s not easy (especially as they develop their own palate). For...

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Decolonize! Four Real Food Reads Books for Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous peoples are at the forefront of so many of our critical movements for agroecology and food sovereignty, against extractive industries, and for a new green economy. In honor and celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, here are four of our favorite Real Food Reads books highlighting indigenous movements, knowledge, and foodways. Grab one and cozy... Read more »

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Indigenous Peoples are the Global Leaders We Need

by Tanya Kerssen Indigenous Peoples’ Day has us thinking about all the ways indigenous communities, knowledge(s), cultures, seeds, and foodways are central to building the world we need. This isn’t just about preserving traditions, it’s about recognizing indigenous people as leaders, change-makers, and innovators of food and climate justice movements. This great article by Nick... Read more »

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Real Food Scoop | No. 27

For US Food Day, we honor our friends and partners transforming the food system through the power of institutional procurement.   The Good Food Purchasing Program is one of Real Food Media’s deepest and most extensive collaborations. In this work, we get to support and bare witness to what we think is one of the... Read more »

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Coconut Curry Carrot Soup

I’m popping in to share a simple carrot soup that I’ve made at least three times this season. It’s silky smooth (with help from a solid blender and a can of coconut milk). And, once you get everything chopped, it comes together fairly quick. One note about consistency, as I’ve heard from a few people...

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Cauliflower Fritters with Herb-Sunflower Spread

This post is sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. See below for more information. Maybe on day I’ll stop sharing fritter recipes but probably not considering we eat them almost every week. This fall version features cauliflower, rolled oats, and a lovely sunflower cream sauce. Fritters for every season I love having fritter recipes for every...

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Spicy White Bean Stew with Arugula

When the weather changes, I start to really crave a big pot of beans. It’s really the most comforting thing I can think of (as long as there’s a bit of crusty bread). Pot of beans or stew? In this recipe, I’m toeing the line on whether or not this is just a pot of...

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Sweet Potato Pear Pasta with Mascarpone

This post is in partnership with California Pear. I find seasonal food changes come in the form of pasta so this is no different. This pasta features half pasta and half roasted vegetables/fruit (yes, I said fruit). Add to that an easy ‘sauce’ of cheese and you’re ready to eat. Sweet potatoes, it’s time It...

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What I Feed my Child (with Recipe Ideas)

I, not surprisingly, end up in conversations about food and kids. What will the child eat, what will they not eat, how do they experience new things. It’s such a heavy thing for parents because we want to do right by our child but it’s not easy (especially as they develop their own palate). For...

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Food Without Fields

by Anna Lappé, Earth Island Journal The words “Food Out of Thin Air” were projected on a massive screen at the front of a grand hotel ballroom. The man at the podium, Pasi Vainikka, was pitching a new protein powder called Solein made with hydrogen as the energy source and CO2 as the carbon source. (Yes,... Read more »

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Real Food Scoop | No. 26

As #climateweek unfolds, let’s remember that frontline communities hold the solutions.   With characteristic searing eloquence, Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg delivered a rousing address at the UN on Monday, denouncing the world’s governments for their lack of meaningful response to the climate crisis: “People are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of... Read more »

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Zucchini Lentil Fritters with Spread and Extra Veg

I have another recipe that started as an instagram-only recipe but rightfully deserved a place on the site. Lentils are a staple in my kitchen and one ingredient that people always want more inspiration for (because you can only eat so much lentil soup!) Zucchini and other alternatives Obviously I realize zucchini season is coming...

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Bulgur Tomato Frittata with Feta

I realize that by mid-September, the feel of fall is in the air. The temperatures are dropping, the trees are just beginning to change, and we’ve had months of summer produce. And yet, here I am, sharing a tomato recipe. I actually find this time of year magical. It’s the time when summer and fall...

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Grilled Summer Veg Bowl with Kidney Beans

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BUSH’S® Beans. All opinions are 100% mine. Beyond the obvious (grains), there are a few rules I have for grain bowls. The first: get a solid protein. I’m using BUSH’S® Organic Kidney Beans for this bowl but any variety of bean is solid. Beyond...

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Kitchen Reveal (with before and afters!)

This post is sponsored by GE Appliances. There are certain facts you probably don’t know about me that I like to occasionally drop. Today’s fun facts: I love a good before and after photo. I’m obsessed really. Also, I had a brief stint my freshman year of college where I thought about transferring out of...

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What I Feed my Child (with Recipe Ideas)

I, not surprisingly, end up in conversations about food and kids. What will the child eat, what will they not eat, how do they experience new things. It’s such a heavy thing for parents because we want to do right by our child but it’s not easy (especially as they develop their own palate). For...

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Real Food Scoop | No. 25

From Alaska to Siberia, Brazil to the Canary Islands: forests all over the world are burning.   The world’s attention is focused on the fires raging in the Amazon—nearly 10,000 fires in the last week alone—making way for livestock and agribusiness expansion. This year, deforestation and forest fires have spiked across Brazil in the wake... Read more »

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Real Food Scoop | No. 24

From Iowa to the world, Real Food Reads author Timothy Wise muses on the genesis of industrial agriculture in Eating Tomorrow.   In the beginning—1926—Agribusiness created corn, or so it proclaimed. It hadn’t, of course: 7,000 years earlier, the Mesoamerican gods had beaten them to it. What Agribusiness actually created thousands of years later was... Read more »

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In 2003, a Farmer Killed Himself to Protest Globalization. Little Has Changed

For years, farmers have said free trade policies have harmed them. Will the world finally start listening?   By Peter Tinti, VICE Sixteen years ago this week, Lee Kyung Hae, a South Korean farmer, scaled a fence in Cancún, Mexico, and stabbed himself to death with a penknife while wearing a sign that read “WTO... Read more »

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Late Summer Pasta with Cream Sauce

If you follow me on instagram, this recipe might look familiar. If you don’t, you’re missing out! Occasionally I share new recipes and videos on instagram-only but as I way for people to not fully miss out, I’ll be sharing these recipes occasionally on the site. This recipe is a solid summer staple, primarily because...

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Tomato Rice Pilaf with Chickpeas

This post is sponsored by Lundberg Family Farms. September is still for Tomatoes I always find it funny that in September, talk turns to fall and all the produce that comes with it. I too am ready for cooler weather but I’m not ready to give up tomatoes. I’ll still happily be cooking up a...

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The idea behind the diet is to replace two daily meals with jars of homemade pureed baby food or store bought jars. The third meal of the day is to remain low calorie and small. The daily calorie restrictions are said to be 600 calories or less. The diet is not meant to be on for months at a time, rather 7 days maximum. The purpose is to rid your body of toxins and cravings of unhealthy foods.

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17 November 2019