The pegan diet combines the paleo and vegan diets. Learn which foods pegans can eat, which are off-limits, and the pros and cons of the diet.
Enjoy this amazing breakfast, quick lunch or dinner, especially when tomatoes are fresh and in season. It’s versatile, protein-packed, easy on the digestive system and a hit with kids.
Compound butters deliver rich flavor and good-quality fats at the same time. And since they’re a mixture of butter with other flavorful ingredients, you can make them ahead of time and have them at-the-ready to melt on top of anything you like.
Creamy chowder is delicious on a cold day, and this recipe with fresh steamed clams makes it even more satisfying. (But you can also use canned clams if you can’t get your hands on fresh ones.) Prep up to one day in advance for a real time-saver. And for a dairy-free version, feel free to use olive oil or coconut oil instead of grass-fed butter.
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Here’s a butternut squash breakfast hash made with veggies and over-easy eggs perching perfectly on top. It offers lots of fiber-rich veggies all in one breakfast meal, with a light, fresh cilantro twist.
This not-so devilish egg recipe is a perfect light lunch, or makes a really delicious egg appetizer made with olive oil instead of mayonnaise. But you won’t even miss it. Dill and paprika add a touch of rich and fresh flavor.