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A Wicked Slice a.k.a. “The Jake”

Fresh out of the oven, “The Jake” is named after Derek’s son who introduced us to this recipe to share with the WHF crew. Admittedly it takes some prep work for the homemade dough, but trust us – it’s worth it! We topped ours with shaved sprouts (of course), but you can pick any veg […]

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‘Egg Head’ Special: Roasted Eggplant Pasta

Did you know that eggplants are considered brain food? Research on eggplant has focused on an anthocyanin phytonutrient found in eggplant skin called nasunin. Nasunin is a potent antioxidant and free radical scavenger that has been shown to protect cell membranes from damage. In animal studies, nasunin has been found to protect the lipids (fats) in brain […]

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15 Minute Friday

It’s Friday! Woot! Time to knock off work, hop in the kitchen and slave away at a delicious end-of-week dinner, am-I-right?! No? You’re tired?  You just want to relax? Huh. How ’bout that. I think we can help. Treat yourself to a tasty meal in 15 minutes this Friday night. Recipe: 1 bag of Brussels […]

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Motley Fu Feast

If you’re like us, at some point in the week you end up with a motley crew of vegetables that never made it into the recipes they were intended for and maybe a block (or 1/2 block… or 1/4 block…) of tofu floating in a tupperware container in the back of your fridge. Easy fix – […]

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Easy Pho Sho’

Pho, a Vietnamese noodle soup, and has become mainstream since the first pho restaurant opened in Hanoi in the 1920s. It’s traditionally served with beef or chicken, but this lighter version is loaded with veggies and much lower in sodium than the restaurant options. It’s wicked fast and wicked easy, pho sho’! For more wicked […]

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Wicked Whole Wheat Pasta Night

The nutritional benefits of whole grain pasta (higher in fiber) make it a great alternative to regular pasta. To really boost the healthy contents of your pasta dish, add as many colorful vegetables as possible into your homemade or store bought sauce, like we’ve done below. Mangia without regret! For more wicked healthy recipes, tips, […]

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Chili Sans Carne

Warms the belly and nourishes the soul – chili’s full name is chili con carne (“chili pepper with meat”) and is a traditional Spanish stew. This version is chili sans carne (“chili without animals”) for a lighter healthier version of the classic. This recipe is made in a crock pot – the housewife of the […]

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Curried Dahl

Spicy, sweet, and sexy: dahl. Dahl (also spelled dal, dahl, or daal) is a thick and satisfying stew prepared with lentils and is an important part of Indian, Nepali, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, and Bangladeshi cuisine. It is regularly eaten with rice and vegetables in Southern India, and with both rice and roti (wheat-based flat bread) […]

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