Traditional Korean seaweed soup

Sea Veg Soup

This recipe highlights “Sea Vegetables,” or “Sea Greens,” which are newer terms that refer to ancient plant foods from the sea that have long been enjoyed by coastal cultures. Popular types of sea vegetables that you can now find in many grocery stores in the United States includes gim (laver), miyeok (sea mustard), dasima (kelp). …

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Wild Blueberry Smoothie

This is my go-to smoothie. It is loaded with brain-protective antioxidants. And the intense blue-purples from wild blueberries are gorgeous. If you’re on a quest for a delicious way to nourish your mind and body, look no further than this invigorating brain healthy smoothie recipe. Bursting with vibrant flavors and wholesome ingredients, including frozen wild …

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Bibimbap is a complete one-bowl meal. In Korean, bibimbap literally translates to mixed rice. While some components have become quite common (like spinach, carrots, mushrooms, zucchini, sprouts, & a gochujang sauce), what I love about this dish is that it can be a “kitchen sink” kind of meal. I love making this meal at the …

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Breakfast Salad

The bright and tangy, yet creamy and rich avocado-lime dressing contrasts with aromatically sweet mango, buttery avocado, raw almonds, and perfect blueberries in this sunshine-inspired breakfast salad. The bed of baby red butter lettuce makes a gentle base. Every bit of this unique breakfast salad sets you up for a great day. The plant protein …

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