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Eat Seasonably – Cabbage

Trying to find fresh produce in the winter months? The struggle is REAL!  Luckily, cabbage is available to bring an element of freshness and color to your kitchen! From traditional European green and red cabbage to the Asian varieties of napa cabbage and bok choy, all varieties of cabbage are nutritionally similar. Cabbage is high […]

How to Roast Vegetables

Roasting is an easy and delicious way to prepare a large amount of vegetables for the week ahead, which is why we often recommend this cooking technique to our clients. Follow FEED dietitian and chef Sara Haas step-by-step instructions for roasting the right way: To Roast Preheat your oven to 425 degrees while prepping your vegetables. […]

How to Make Your Own Salad Dressing

Salad season is upon us! It’s time to ditch store-bought salad dressings and embrace one that’s homemade. This allows you to control the ingredients and avoid any unnecessary additives. Plus, once you understand the basic formula for making a vinaigrette, you’ll never need a recipe again– which is the kind of kitchen short cut we […]

FEED Favorites for SPRING

It’s spring! Time to switch our focus from squash to salad greens! Eating with the seasons ensures you’re getting more nutritious and flavorful produce, plus it benefits the environment, too. Seasonal produce grows with less human “assistance” and is more likely to be produced locally, which reduces the environmental impact of transportation and storage. Also, […]

Eat Seasonably – KALE

There is nothing like fresh fruits and vegetables during peak season. Check out our “Eat Seasonably” feature where we will share health tips, preparation tricks, and new recipes featuring the best of the season’s produce. This cruciferous vegetable packs a variety of health benefits, including vitamins A, C and K, filling fiber and free radical-fighting antioxidants. […]

Eat Seasonably – CHERRIES

Cherries are a sweet stone fruit that are only in season for a short time in the summer months. Available in many shades of purple and red, cherries are high in fiber, Vitamin C and potassium. They also have anti-inflammatory polyphenols and carotenoids – agents that may ward off diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, and […]