Tips for more of your foods to come from plant sources, making plants a main part of your diet. You don’t completely eliminate dairy, eggs, meats and fish. You just eat less of these foods.
This quick and easy summer salad is best with garden-fresh tomatoes and cucumbers, but can be made any time of year—and there's no need for lettuce.
Spring brings fresh strawberries, and this salad is a wonderful way to combine fruit, grains, beans and greens for an explosion of flavors.
Add scallions, spinach and feta cheese to this classic oven-baked egg dish for a healthy frittata you can serve for breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner.
Midsummer is the perfect time to pick and eat fresh produce, and few things are easier or better for you than picking and eating blueberries.
This is a reduced-cholesterol version of a traditional Pesach Chocolate Cake made in a tube pan. You may also omit the chocolate.
If you're a parent who's in a rut of always preparing the same foods, succumbing to "what works" or relying on dairy and wheat to get by, then try one of these fresh, healthy recipes.
Get plenty of locally grown fresh produce each week with a CSA farm share.
Potato knishes are easy to make and perfect to serve as part of the Passover meal.
Bulgur wheat is a nutrition-packed whole grain that can be used to create a variety dishes, like this bulgur pilaf with roasted Brussels sprouts.