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This roasted broccolini side dish pairs well with just about every meal. No, seriously, it does and you’ll have to try it to believe us!B
These zucchini noodles tossed in a spicy kale pesto make for a light lunch or easy go-to dinner option for anyone enjoying a raw vegan diet.
Boost your nutrient intake by enjoying this raw vegan kale salad that’s perfectly balanced with apples, cranberries, and a tart vinaigrette.
Get ready to experience green beans like you’ve never experience them before. Perfectly blistered with an amazing garlicky punch.
Churn out a batch of crispy, kale chips in a matter of minutes! They are simply seasoned and a great alternative to unhealthy chips.
Pesto is one of the best condiments on the planet! Learn to make a creamy green pea version that’s completely dairy-free and vegan.
This dish may just change your mind about collard greens. It’s anything but boring and the flavors will keep you craving more, bite after bite.
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Loaded with colorful, vibrant vegetables, this chopped salad is tossed in a refreshingly bright citrus vinaigrette that delights the palate.
This salad may not be colorful, but it is rich in essential nutrients that nourish cells, build healthier bones, and hydrate the body.
Make your mornings super when you start your day with this superfood smoothie bowl. It boosts the immune system and gives you energy!
Belonging to the cruciferous vegetable family, bok choy is an excellent source of vitamins and may be able to inhibit cancer growth.
You should be eating 3-5 vegetable servings a day! If you aren’t eating that many veggies, your GI tract could be in serious trouble.
This refreshing, raw salad is loaded with beneficial superfoods that can help detox your system. And it only takes ten minutes to make!
Get some greens in your life on National Spinach Day, observed on March 26th, by making one of these protein-packed, superfood recipes.
What are you doing for St. Patty’s Day? In case you haven’t decided, we have some green recipes you can prep to make your day festive!
Ingredients that nourish your gut are typically beneficial for your skin. This is a highly healing, nutritious & delicious creamy raw soup.
Eating salads can help you fulfill your leafy green intake. Using these tips, you can learn how to grow up and include salads in your diet.
Are all leafy greens created equal? While certain greens receive a lot of hype, other greens are worth including in your diet.