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by Sarah Steimer

Squash, date and lemon compote

I made this full recipe, cooled it, transferred it to a large jar… and had some of the best breakfasts all week. I’ve added this compote to oatmeal (pictured) and to yogurt. I bet it would be amazing on toast with a little ricotta, or even as a topper for a nice, baked white fish. Why not go there? This could be sweet or savory.

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by Sarah Steimer

Carrot cake granola

Every so often, I like something a little sweet for breakfast — like carrot cake. But we can’t bite into a big hunk of sugar every morning, so I transformed that cake favorite into a (much healthier) granola version.

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by Sarah Steimer

Curry broiled salmon over Greek yogurt slaw

A little mint goes a long way. The herb really makes this yogurt slaw pop and, along with the golden raisins, helps balance the earthy curry flavor in the salmon. A perfect Saturday meal!

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by Sarah Steimer

Rainbow chard with a maple-vinegar drizzle

I love chard so very much, but for whatever reason I haven’t eaten much in the past few month. This salad brought my love for the green back with a vengeance, and it made sure I wouldn’t forget it again anytime soon.

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by Sarah Steimer

Pumpkin spice oatmeal

Oatmeal provides an awesome morning canvas if you wake up feeling creative.  I had leftover pumpkin puree in my refrigerator and my wheels just started turning from there.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Kale and roasted cauliflower salad with lemon-tahini dressing

As Sarah has advised in the past, if you want tender kale, give it a little massage. Or if you’ve had a stressful day, wad it up in your palm and squeeze it with all your might. The pressure beaks down kale’s tough cellulose structure. But be good to your food. Whisper “thank you” to your greens when you’re done.


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by Sarah Steimer

Nutty vanilla-cinnamon granola

Don’t have all the nuts or seeds I mention in the ingredients? Substitute away! But I do highly recommend using lots of seeds and nuts. Do a quick Google search to check out the nutritional facts of your ingredients — you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see that pepitas have lots of iron and how flaxseed is a good source of omega 3. Not a bad way to start the morning!

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