Living Well

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Mustard Greens: Boost Your Immune System and Add Spice To Your Diet

By Cynthia Green, RDN, LD, IBCLC Mustard greens, thought to have originated in India, have been consumed for over 5000 years and are grown from the ti...

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Why You Should Add Radishes To Your Diet

By Dawn Jeffers, RD, LD & Morgan Williston RD, LD Radishes are a vibrant spring vegetable that can be used to add flavor and brightness to many dishes...

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All About Turnips

By Linda Lane, RD, LD The turnip plant consists of not one but two separate, edible parts. The round, white and purple root can be boiled, fried, roas...

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Savory Shallots

By Abigail Gottshall, MS, RD, LDN Shallots are a member of the Allium family, which also includes leeks, chives, scallions, garlic, and onions. Most s...

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Kale — Packing a Big Nutritional Punch

By Ali Burtraw, R.D. Kale is a nutrient-dense, cruciferous vegetable that originated from Asia Minor and the Eastern Mediterranean. While it’s availab...

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Sweet Potato Crisp with Gluten-Free Maple Oat Streusel

Adaptable to either sweet or savory dishes, sweet potatoes may be one of the most commonly found ingredients on dinner tables across the United States...

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Facts About Sweet Potatoes

By Olivia Hutchinson, RD Sweet potatoes are a hearty vegetable that can be enjoyed year-round. The growing season peaks during warmer months, but swee...

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Nutritional Benefits of Leeks

  By Drew Bowles, RD The leek—a mild, onion-like vegetable—falls into the category of vegetables known as aromatics, which deliver a deep flavor and a...

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How to Store & Use Fresh Herbs

Fresh herbs provide unique flavor profiles that enhance the taste and liveliness of dishes. Herbs fall into general categories: tender or hard stem. T...

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The Perks of Pomegranates

By Adrienne Harden, R.D. What’s seedy, sweet, and red all over? You guessed right. It’s pomegranates! Native to the region spanning from the Mediterra...