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The Case for Soaking Your Grains

Soaking grains is pretty darned simple! With a little advanced planning and a couple extra minutes in food prep, you'll have more nutritious, delicious and easily digested grains.

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The Past, Present and Future of the Sandwich

If I had to bet on what you ate for lunch today, I'd put my money on a sandwich. After all, 49 percent of U.S. adults eat at least one sandwich per day. And who can blame them? The savory filling between two slices of bread is convenient, satisfying and customizable.

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Peach Lemon Cream Smoothie

Can't wait for summer to really arrive? This recipe is reminiscent of late-summer lemonade and August peaches, but you can enjoy it year-round.

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Make Breakfast Part of Your Morning Routine

"Eat breakfast every day." Most of us have heard this advice before, but how many understand the reasoning behind it? Whether you are feeding yourself and your children on the go, or making time to sit for 5 minutes to sit down and eat, choose breakfast.

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9 Ways to Eat Healthfully at a Convenience Store

Sometimes eating on the run is unavoidable. But instead of stopping at a drive-thru, I prefer to grab my "fast food" from a convenience store or a gas station. Here's why.

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Seasonal Succotash

There's no better way to use local, seasonal ingredients than in a beautifully crafted succotash salad made with sweet corn right off the cob.

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Summer Grilling Season Has Arrived

Kick off the summer grilling season with this Apple Juice Marinated Flank Steak with Strawberry-Avocado Salsa. Serve it with a side salad, grilled corn, grilled sweet potato fries or grilled mixed veggies.

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Vegan Grilled Pineapple Spears

My husband fires up the grill for these delicious Vegan Grilled Pineapple Spears. They're a perfect dessert, whether served by themselves or with almond milk ice cream.

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10 Tips to Stay Hydrated This Summer

Some of are experiencing the dog days already. Still others of us are waiting for summer to come. Either way, make sure you are staying hydrated.

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Matcha Tea Waffles

After seeing green tea waffles on the menu of my local cafe, I decided to attempt this tasty tea-infused recipe in my own kitchen using matcha tea powder.

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4 Tips for First-Time Kitchen Gardeners

While spring brings the urge to stop into the local farmers market for the most colorful fresh fruits and vegetables, why not consider planting your very own kitchen garden?

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Creamy Spinach Potato with a Baked Egg

Whether it's scrambled eggs and hash browns or sunny-side up with home fries, eggs and potatoes are a match made in heaven. In my Creamy Spinach Potato with a Baked Egg, hollowed out potatoes become the ideal vehicle to house a perfectly cooked egg.

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How the Mediterranean Diet Fights Disease

The Mediterranean diet has been promoted as one of the healthiest ways to eat. It also encompasses a vibrant way of living — cooking at home, enjoying family meals and being active.

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10 Nutrition Myths Debunked

From gluten-free to cleanses, here are 10 health no woman needs to listen to again!

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Mother's Day Banana Bread

My mom has been making variations of her banana bread for years. In honor of Mother's Day, I decided to pay homage — with a dietitian’s take — on the best banana bread ever.

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Children Are Better Off Fed

It's that time again when child nutrition programs are up for reauthorization on Capitol Hill. Regardless of your camp or your position, I want you to consider a few things.

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The Foods that Can Fight Skin Cancer

May 4, 2015 is Melanoma Monday. Right now, that might not mean anything to you. Four months ago, it did not mean anything to me, either. Then, in December 2014, I noticed a very dark mole...

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Grow It, Eat It

It's time to get dirty! As someone who built her reputation on eating lots of fruits and vegetables, I can't urge you enough to start growing them yourself in a garden.

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Stone Soup is a guest blog written by members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Content — including information, recipes and views expressed — is that of the authors and does not reflect the positions or policies of Food & Nutrition Magazine or the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Bloggers are required to pledge they will not write for Stone Soup on topics, companies or trade organization they currently represent or have represented at any time.

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