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Boiled Kale and Fried Egg

Serve with thick slices of whole-wheat bread, fried eggs and olive oil (optional: add prosciutto and parmigiano reggiano) to make absolutely delicious breakfast!

Raw Vegan Caesar Dressing

This dressing would be good on romaine lettuce for a traditional Caesar salad or in a massaged kale salad for a hearty twist.

French Lentil Spread

Simple spread for crackers, bread or raw vegetables. Serve with soup and salad for a well-rounded meal.

White Bean and Artichoke Dip

White Beans are one of the most common beans used in North America. One cup of these nutritious beans contains 38% of the Daily Value (DV) of protein and 43% of the Daily Value of Folate.

Cabbage and Carrot Herbed Slaw

With cabbage, carrots, radishes, and herbs, this slaw is as colorful as it is flavorful. It’s a great make-ahead dish, since the flavor develops as it sits; just be sure to give it a quick stir before you serve. Game plan: If you don’t have a food processor, you can...

Braised Chicken with Apples and Fennel

Apples, onions, fennel and garlic combine with chicken thighs, herbs and wine for a savory and satisfying entree. Serve over rice, accompanied by a simple fall greens salad for a complete meal.

Baked Farro Pasta

This recipe screams fall time! Enjoy this warm creation with some sauteed greens. Also, feel free to substitute any type of pasta according to your personal preference.

Chicken Stir-Fry with Whole-Wheat Linguine

This recipe is a good way to make the switch from white pasta to whole-grain varieties that offer more fiber and protein. This dish also tastes great as a cold noodle salad.

Arrabbiata Sauce

All'arrabbiata means "angry style" in Italian, named for the heat of the chili peppers.

Ancho Chipotle Sauce

This creamy, spicy sauce makes a tasty non-dairy salad dressing or gluten-free topping for steamed or raw, wilted kale and it couldn't be easier to make!

Green Garbanzo Hummus

Haven't tried green garbanzo bean yet? This fiber and protein-rich legume is worth trying fresh out of the pod rather than out of the can.

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