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kale kelp salad.

This is a deliciously quick throw-together lunch or dinner, and particularly perfect for days following intense weeks of eating (*Thanksgiving). It’s packed with several nutrient-rich ingredients, including: kale (vitamins A, C, K, calcium, and a surprising amount of protein for

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vegan pumpkin alfredo ‘noodles’.

If you’ve never tried kelp noodles, I highly recommend. They are a seaweed-based  raw alternative to regular pasta (read: gluten-free, non-starchy, all delicious). While many people get their daily intake of iodine from eating dairy or processed, refined foods containing iodized

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serious. kelp. noodles.

Kelp noodles are seriously awesome. Here’s why: i) they’re raw. ii) they require very little prep time iii) they’re low in calories and high in nutrients iv) like tofu, they take on the flavour of whatever you pair them with

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