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Healthy Summer Snacking – For Kids!

 

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As summertime approaches, it is great to get a head start on healthy snack options for your kids. If you think children were hungry after a long day at school, wait until they come home from a long day in a hot and active day camp, the pool or the beach.

The opportunities to eat during the summer season are endless, and seemingly so is a child’s appetite. Because they are typically more active, kids truly are hungry.


 

Cooking With Joy: Country Spinach, Tomato and...

 

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Healthy, delicious, and fast are the three things that every busy mom looks for when deciding what to have for dinner. This soup is so full of flavor and healthy ingredients, not to mention stunning to look at. The vibrant colors of the vegetables made the kids want to dig in.


 

5 Life Hacks To Quench Your Thirst, Plus A...

 

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Water:

It really is the best source of hydration – incredibly thirst quenching, calorie free, vital and refreshing. It’s important to remember though that there are many ways to get hydration from sources besides water.


 

5 Cauliflower Recipes That Will Change Your Life

 

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Cauliflower is an ambiguous vegetable. Many people have a love-hate relationship with it, because the taste can be strong or meld into the flavor of the dish depending on how it is cooked.

Cauliflower is very high in vitamins and is a great substitute for so many ingredients if you are vegetarian or vegan or gluten free. Whether it’s used to replace cream in a sauce or to replace the dough for a pizza or even act as a substitute for steak, cauliflower is extremely versatile. Below are 5 substitute dishes that will change the way you look at cauliflower. Don’t forget to click on the link for a list of all of our fabulous cauliflower recipes!!


 

Prep Sunday and Eat Healthy All Week

 

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Eating healthy can take some prep time. Cooking up whole grains and homemade sauces is not as quick as opening up boxes and jars but boy is the pay-off in health there.  These days my time has been going to my next book project, a cookbook inspired by my travels at home and abroad. What I saw over and over while teaching in Italy was that the chefs work on Sunday preparing sauces and stocks that were then used as parts of recipes throughout the week. That registered with me. Sundays are days that I have some time to let things simmer and stew and I have some help in the kitchen from my busy family as well.


 

How To Grill The Perfect Steak [Video]

 

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Grow and Behold Pastured Meat

This was the most funnest (I don’t care if that’s not really a word) shoot ever!  Why?  For the following 4 reasons:


 

5 Detox Potions To Cleanse The Body

 

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Diet fads come and go, and it seems that “detoxing” or “cleansing” is all the rage these days. The term can be used mistakenly as a way of selling you new products and/or false promises, or even an eating disorder in disguise. However, that’s not what a real cleanse/detox should be.

So let’s first clarify what a good program really is.


 

9 Easy Detox Tips

 

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Summer is basically here, it’s time to detox and get in shape.  Here are my 9 detox tips to help you start things off right.

1. Drink: Make sure you drink 8 cups of water (preferably between meals)


 

Happy, Healthy June! Plus My Go-To Fresh Menu

 

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I try to eat mostly vegetarian and low carb during the week.  It’s my personal plan for counteracting the mounds of challah, meat, and homemade sweets overflowing from my (and most) Shabbos table(s).

June is health month here at Joy of Kosher and in honor of our healthy endeavor I thought I’d share a sample of my “healthier” style breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas.  Mind you I am no nutritionist and generally leave the official, healthy, heavy lifting to Tamar.


 

Editor’s Picks: 5 Winning Gadgets For Summer

 

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This is an excellent time to find some great gadgets to help with all the grilling, chopping, scooping and sipping you will be doing this summer. We have gathered together a list of 5 of the most useful and fun gadgets for you to try out! We have also chosen gadgets that range in price and most can be found on amazon.com to make things easier for you.

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Cooking With Joy: Cold Soba Noodles With Sweet...

 

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My name is Shoshie and I’m a Tofu-a-holic!


 

The Legume Controversy: Recipes To Solve The...

 

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Legumes are an amazing source of protein, there are so many different types out there to eat. The questions is, what really is a legume? We have gathered together recipes for chick peas, lentils, beans and peanuts, with a particular special focus on vegetarian dishes, but there are so many other legumes out there to try. So many vegetarians out there struggle to find good protein sources, and legume are a great source.  Try out one, two, three or even all of the recipes. They are all worth it. Share your favorite recipe in the comments section, we always love to hear more from you!! EnJOY these amazing and delicious legume recipe.

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6 Exceptional Recipes For Whole Fish

 

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I don’t blame you for being intimidated to cook a whole fish, it took me years to even give it a try and then a few boney attempts until I felt confident enough to share these recipes with you.  If you have never eaten a whole fish, if you think you don’t like fish, if you love fish, but don’t cook it, please keep reading.

I have had amazing fish meals and I have had horrible ones.  Truthfully, I feel the same way about most food, just last year I had the most incredible orange, unlike anything I had tried in a long time and it reminded me how much I like oranges.  For years I stopped buying them after a few bad oranges turned me off.  The trick with fish is making sure to buy the freshest fish possible!!!


 

A Wheat and Dairy Free Menu For Any Occasion

 

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I have begun living a gluten free, grain free, dairy free lifestyle.

This means I need to completely change my perspective on eating, especially on holidays, such as on the dairy-heavy holiday we just passed, Shavuot. For many people, eating gluten, grain and dairy free is not a lifestyle choice but rather a matter of life and death. For me, this is a choice I have made in order to take control over my eating habits and manage my type 1 diabetes.


 

Bronzino With Fig-Mint Salad

 

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Bronzino With Fig-Mint Salad Posted 05/22/2015 by Chef Seth Warshaw
This dish is perfect for vegetarians who eat fish. If you cannot find fresh figs, substitute with dry figs. If you do not eat fish, skip the fish and follow the rest of the directions for this unique salad. In place of fish you can also add haloumi cheese or extra-firm tofu. Simply pan-fry haloumi cheese or tofu, using the same technique Chef Warshaw shares for the fish.

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