Zesty Lemon Cauliflower Curry

Zesty Lemon Cauliflower Curry

Cauliflower and garbanzo beans come together with coconut milk, lemon, and warm spices in this recipe to make a nourishing, one-pot meal—high in Vitamin C from the cauliflower. Serve it over lentils to boost your protein and disease-fighting fiber. read more

Pan-Asian Salmon with Caramelized Bok Choy

Pan-Asian Salmon with Caramelized Bok Choy

Everyone should have this salmon recipe (if only for the delicious glaze). The caramelized bok choy is rich in Vitamin A, a powerful antioxidant and immunity booster. Bok choy has more Vitamin A than many other vegetables. read more

Roasted Broccoli with Feta

Roasted Broccoli with Feta

This recipe is the ultimate in roasted vegetable flexibility. You can substitute Brussels sprouts or cauliflower—or any vegetable—just adjust the roasting time. For a spicier version, add red pepper flakes, Sriracha, or harissa. Or try it with goat cheese. read more

Braised Pork with Cabbage and Apples

Braised Pork with Cabbage and Apples

What, you didn’t grow up with a family recipe for pork chops? That’s OK, here’s ours: This is a heart-healthy recipe that adds apples, red cabbage, and carrots, all of which provide immunity-boosting vitamins and disease-fighting fiber. read more

Rainbow-Ready Lunch

Rainbow-Ready Lunch

Make a week’s worth of custom salads at a time. Mix and match your salad fixings with what you have on hand. Leftover chicken? A garden with an abundance of cucumbers? You control the ingredients. read more

Creamy Spinach Soup

Creamy Spinach Soup

In cool fall weather, everyone thinks: soup. Spinach and cilantro give this soup its brilliant green color. Potato makes it unexpectedly creamy. Almonds add a wonderful texture—and a protein boost. read more

Comfort Harvest Bowl

Comfort Harvest Bowl

Some people refer to this as a Buddha Bowl. It’s got everything you want—comfort, nutrition, and deliciousness—in one bowl. The combinations are endless. Tip: Roast the vegetables for extra flavor. read more

Wraps To Go With Hummus and Curry

Wraps To Go With Hummus and Curry

For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, wraps are a fun and fast way to dine— perfect for today’s busy families. This simple and savory recipe is inspired by East Indian flavors. Cooking for a crowd? Make a build-your-own buffet. read more

Kimchi (kim-chee)

Kimchi (kim-chee)

Kimchi is a Korean staple that is gaining popularity around the world. Use it like salsa, cole slaw or sauerkraut. It’s guaranteed to pep up your next dish of vegetables, eggs, rice, noodles, fish, meat or tofu. read more

Fermented Carrots & Green Beans

Fermented Carrots & Green Beans

Have you always wanted to preserve fresh veggies at their peak, but thought it too complicated? Our simple brine gets you started and the fermentation provides beneficial bacteria. Try these two and move on to others. read more