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Get Seedy with Your Popcorn

by Sarah House

Every New Year, we (or a least a LOT of us) make resolutions to get healthy.  We renew our gym memberships, stock our pantry with healthy foods, and cut out snacking all together.  And we do pretty good!  For about two weeks.  Then we find ourselves passing by our coworker’s

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Fuel Your Awesomeness with These Protein Bars

by Cassidy Stockton

These protein bars are a delicious way to fuel up before a big hike/run/ski/whatever or to use as recovery fuel from said activities. These are not diet bars or low cab treats, these are fuel and should be treated as such. In our opinion, fuel should taste good. We aren’t

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The 10 Best Smoothies Ever

by Cassidy Stockton

Smoothies seem to be all the rage these days and for good reason. They’re easy to make (all you need is a decent blender), easy to consume (talk about portable!) and endlessly customizable.  If you want protein, add protein powder- hemp, whey, soy- and/or nut butters. If you

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Hemp Protein Truffles | Bob's Red Mill

Hemp Protein Truffles

by Cassidy Stockton

When I was handed my first protein truffle a few weeks ago, I was hesitant. We were in the heyday of Christmas sweets and another truffle, especially one that boasted protein powder, wasn’t that appealing. But, I took one for the team and am I ever glad I did.

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Sweet Glazed Rosemary Onion Lentil Loaves | Bob's Red Mill
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Breakfast Muesli Bars

by Cassidy Stockton

Happy New Year! Let’s kick off 2015 right with some better-than-the-box breakfast bars. Yes, it’s easy to buy those breakfast/granola bars in the cereal aisle, but what are you really getting? Possibly a few whole grains mixed with a whole lot of weird ingredients, chemicals, colors and flavors. Unless you

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Cassoulet

by Cassidy Stockton

A classic French dish, cassoulet falls somewhere between soup and casserole. Slow-cooked in a Dutch oven, beans, vegetables and meat cook to a luscious consistency for a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs dish. Many traditional cassoulets feature duck, but we’ve opted to use pork sausage here to make this recipe a bit more accessible.

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Spicy Bengal Dip

by Cassidy Stockton

If you need an appetizer recipe for New Year’s Eve that is both unexpected and delicious, is easy to prepare and is suitable for most dietary restrictions, this is the recipe for you. Made with our chana dal, which are simply split baby garbanzo beans, this recipe is naturally gluten

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