Why do we even celebrate Thanksgiving? Did you know that Thanksgiving was first celebrated back in 1621? With the help of Indians, the pilgrims survived a bitter winter and had a bountiful harvest. In celebration they did a traditional English harvest festival lasting 3 days, which brought the pilgrims and natives to unite in a…

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It’s the time of year for all the different types of summer Squash. I love to experiment how to use these very nutritious and inexpensive vegetables in our dishes. Some of the benefits from the Summer Squash family is the high content of Vitamin C, which helps boost your immune system, repairing cells, and slowing…

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During the winter season wa always eat a lot of root fruits and other winter crops. Beets are one of my favorites, and we have them many times a week! Not only are beets packed with vitamins and minerals, they are also known for supporting your heart health. Beets are also very good for athletes,…

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Making a Stir Fry is kinda like fast food for us! when I do the meal prepping in the weekends, it takes less than 20 to cook a healthy Stir Fry! It’s such a great way to get a ton of different veggies, and you can use all types of meat. We often use ground…

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Kale is something I learned to really love the last couple of years! It’s part of the cabbage family and one of the most nutrient dense green leafed veggies you can imagine, with high levels of Vitamin K, C and A, along with  a number of different minerals. You can use it in almost everything…

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Sweet Potato Patties

I love sweet potatoes, and they are a really good source of Vitamin A, c, B1, B2 and B6 , pantothenic acid and copper. You’ll also find a great deal of Potassium, fibers, potassium and phosphorus in this amazing  sweet tasting vegetable. 1 big sweet potato shredded 2 eegs 1/2 an onion 1/2 cup of…

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1 side of a wild caught salmon 1 inch of fresh ginger 2 cloves of garlic 2 branches of basil 3 tbsp of olive oil Salt, pepper and other spices to your taste Chop ginger, garlic and basil very small and mix with spices and oil. Poor it over the salmon. Bake for 30 minutes…

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