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Les fruits et légumes de février. Easy-healthy-guide-to-sprouting. Tout savoir sur le cassis. How To Cook Black Beans. 35 Glorious Green Bean Recipes. It’s the season to find crisp, fresh green beans at your local farmers’ market.

35 Glorious Green Bean Recipes

There’s good reason to take advantage of the abundance and include more of this versatile vegetable in your diet. Green beans are a good source of protein, fiber, B vitamins, vitamins A, C and K, magnesium, iron and calcium. A one-cup serving of green beans has only 34 calories and 8 grams of carbohydrates. In comparison, a one-cup serving of whole wheat pasta has 174 calories and 37 grams of carbohydrates. Check out these delicious and innovative ways to dress up your green beans. Salads You might not think of green beans in a salad, but their shape and texture make an excellent addition to many different cold dishes. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Photo credit: Chikako Siebers @ Inner Harmony Nutrition Soups. Tout savoir sur l'abricot. How To Cook Lentils. There is so much to love about lentils!

How To Cook Lentils

Lentils are pulses (a part of the legume family), and they are packed with health benefits. They’re an affordable source of protein and an incredibly versatile ingredient. From soups and stews to salad and dips, there are so many delicious things that you can make with the humble lentil! Types of Lentils Before we get into how to cook lentils, we should talk about the different types of lentils. These six are the most common that you’ll find at the grocery store: Yellow or Red Lentils.

How To Cook Brown Rice. Brown rice is sort of whole grains 101, which is all the more reason to perfect your brown rice game.

How To Cook Brown Rice

Get basic instructions for how to cook brown rice on the stove, in the pressure cooker, in a rice cooker and in the slow cooker, plus some bonus brown rice recipes! I love the nutty, chewiness of brown rice. It’s my favorite for making anything from Buddha bowls to sushi rolls. I know that brown rice—like all rice—can contain arsenic, but as a sometimes food, it can still be part of a healthy diet. You can also alter your cooking technique to reduce the amount of arsenic in your cooked rice. Becky Striepe How to Cook Brown Rice My favorite way to make brown rice is in the Instant Pot, but you can also cook it on the stove, in the slow cooker, or in a rice cooker. 2 minPrep Time 40 minCook Time 42 minTotal Time Save Recipe Print Recipe Ingredients 1 cup brown rice, rinsedwater (Amount varies by cooking method.

Instructions Love This? Health Benefits Of Split Peas (+ 6 Recipes!) 12 Delicious Ways To Cook Cabbage. Can you name ten recipes that feature cabbage that aren’t coleslaw?

12 Delicious Ways To Cook Cabbage

Many people can’t. It’s not surprising. The humble cabbage is often overlooked in the produce section where it has to compete with more colorful attention-grabbing foods like ruby-red beets or pretty curled greens like kale. Full o’ Beans (includes Cooking Guide) I can’t help but feel somewhat sorry for the humble bean… Somehow beans have developed a reputation for being dull, bland and boring, and have almost become a symbol of the common perception of vegan food as being, well… dull, bland and boring.

Full o’ Beans (includes Cooking Guide)

But not only is this not true about vegan food, it’s not even true about beans themselves. As with many other ingredients, it’s all about how you use them. Personally, I’m a huge fan of beans, both for their nutritional profile and also for the taste and texture benefits they bring to my cooking. But I don’t recommend eating beans alone or unseasoned, since I don’t think that’s the best way to enjoy them. According to some sources, beans were one of the first crops cultivated when humans began to develop agriculture, and their cultivation played a key role in the human evolution from a primitive existence toward a more stabilized one. Eat 9 Walnuts a Day to Keep Stress at Bay.

Walnuts are a wonder nut, that offer almost too many health benefits to count.

Eat 9 Walnuts a Day to Keep Stress at Bay

Here is a quick list: Walnuts are a rich source of dietary fiber, antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids. These compounds work together to help you sleep better, reduce hair loss, prevent diabetes, improve complexion and lower your risk of certain cancers. But did you know: walnuts are an excellent anxiety-reducing food, too. A first-of-its-kind Penn State University study found that walnuts and walnut oil can reduce blood pressure during periods of stress. In this study, 22 adults with elevated levels of “bad” cholesterol were put on three different diets for six weeks each. At the end of the study, the three groups were put under mildly stressful situations such as making a speech and dipping a foot in a bucket of ice-cold water. According to statistics provided by the American Psychological Association, more than 77% of Americans admit to regularly experiencing physical symptoms caused by stress.

5 Recipes For Garlic Lovers. April 19th is National Garlic Day!

5 Recipes For Garlic Lovers

If you’re a garlic lover, celebrate it with one of my five favorite garlic recipes. Garlic is both a food and a medicine in many cultures, and has been for centuries. People have been enjoying garlic’s medicinal properties dating as far back as the building of the Giza pyramids.