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So many recipes simply state: "serves 4" without really describing what a serving is (ounces, pieces, cups?) This is very frustrating. Thanks for including that in yours. - Julia E. Salomon, MS, RD. Registered Dietitian, Nutrition Educator
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I've got 4 tried-and-true tips for healthful cooking, and I want to share them with you today! These tips all come from dietitians and scientific studies, and each tip has been rigorously tested by my team and me. Ready to see them for yourself?
Help your clients reduce the sodium in a bowl of soup by making soup at home. Here are my top 5 favorite soup recipes, which are perfect for cooking demonstrations or speedy handouts. You can also prepare samples at home and then bring them to your next session. The samples make equally-good health fair booth lures. Which will you try first?
Yesterday I realized that one of my most ingrained healthful habits for busy days has not yet been shared with you. I'm talking about creating balanced and portable meals to eat on the go.
What do you know about cooking with greens? Today I want to take an in-depth look at 5 great greens -- what their nutrients are, what they taste like, and how to cook with them. There's even a free infographic!
Celebrate Chocolate Month this February with a simple, healthful, and delicious recipe for chocolate mousse. This decadent-tasting dessert is decidedly guilt-free, offering a serious nutrient boost and surprisingly light calorie profile.
February is such an exciting time to cook. It's Heart Month, and Valentine's Day offers a festive occasion that often centers on special and festive foods. I've decided to combine these two celebrations into one, putting together a spectacular meal that makes the best of both worlds.
As a small thank-you, I'd like to offer a free healthful cooking handout that your clients will really enjoy. It's all about oatmeal -- types of oatmeal, how to cook it, why you should cook it, and how to make it taste amazing.
Feeling inspired? How about a new activity idea? You can do this activity with groups large and small, using tons of resources or no more than some printouts and a stapler. You can incorporate social media and put together Pinterest boards, or you can simply lead a discussion that will get your clients thinking. There are a million ways to implement this activity idea! Want to see what it is?
You guys, I made a brand-new nutrition poster that's all about grains. To celebrate, I want to share this never-before-seen quiz and a free grain handout to help your clients start cooking with healthful whole grains!
Today I want to highlight some of the most beautiful salads that you and your clients can make. These are perfect for cooking demos, health fair booth samples, recipe handouts, or really whatever you need, salad-wise. Your clients will love bringing these tasty treats to the dinner table too.