With these staples in your kitchen, you’ll never have to worry about whipping up a last-minute meal.
Beans and lentils are such healthy foods – so why aren't they eaten on the Paleo diet? Here's why legumes and lentils aren't a fit for this specialized diet.
Move over, hummus, there’s a new dip in town. Content creator Nadia Irshaid Gilbert is sharing the addictively delicious Middle-Eastern dip, Ful Mudammas. Read on for our interview with this multifaceted creator, plus their mouthwatering recipe.
Smoky flavor of fresh watermelon over tasty greens, feta cheese and white beans makes an antioxidant powerhouse of a salad.
Don’t be fooled by the simple ingredients list in this salad – it has big flavor from crunchy pine nuts and fragrant fresh basil. A mandoline helps slice the zucchini as thin as possible, but you can also use a knife if you prefer. For added color, try adding cherry tomatoes if you have some on hand.
Satisfy your taste buds and save time in the kitchen with this sophisticated yet simple sage-infused chicken. Garlic and beans dress up collard greens to complete this nutritious and unique Clean Eating recipe.
Take it from the Harvard Medical School: Beans and legumes can help control blood sugar, improve weight control and lower blood pressure. The Mediterranean region has long relied on beans and legumes for adding protein and fiber to soups and stews.
Soak beans overnight. Drain, rinse well and boil with fresh water until soft throughout. Use cooked beans as is, or use onion, garlic and spices to add layers of flavor as we did with our spiced refried bean recipe below. Use it as a delicious base for protein-packed burritos, taco salads, grain bowls, dips and sloppy Joes.
Mexican food often gets pegged being unhealthy, but our Mexican stuffed bell peppers prove the contrary! We’ve doubled up on fiber-rich beans and sweet corn while still packing in juicy beef, so you get all the flavor with less fat. Serve with lime wedges and brown rice or quinoa.