If I had the opportunity to offer up my number one go-to healthy meal, right now, I think I’d have to go with the Buddha Bowl (or power bowl, or food bowl … it goes by many names). It’s endlessly versatile — just pick your favorite healthy ingredients, roast or saute if necessary, and mix ’em up as you see fit. And it’s really easy to feed a diverse crowd if you have a nice variety and allow everyone to serve themselves. Plus, if you have fresh greens at the ready, you can essentially create a Big Ass Salad! While…

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Want to learn how to embrace fresh flavors like a wine country chef? With the new cookbook, Season, from wine country chefs Justin Wangler and Tracey Shepos Cenami, you can do just that. And today, we’re sharing an amazingly flavorful salad recipe from them. Strawberry and rhubarb — not just for pie! This Strawberry-Rhubarb Salad with Pistachios and Goat Cheese recipe takes inspiration from the structured look of a Cobb salad — it just ditches the bacon, avocado, and bleu cheese. Instead, it gets that look with plated greens and other ingredients arranged in rows on top. The dressing, made…

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This awesome dairy-free fat-burning ice cream recipe is easy to make at home with just a few ingredients and a cheap ice cream maker. Cool and creamy, with just enough dark chocolate to soothe the savage beast, mint chip ice cream is truly a dessert for all occasions, all ages, and every sweet craving.

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We’ve partnered up with the good peeps at PaleoHacks to bring you some new recipes, workouts, tips, and more! PaleoHacks is a top source for amazing Paleo recipes, fitness tips, and wellness advice to help you live life to the fullest. Read on for a tasty chicken and sweet potato recipe — and stay tuned for more healthy content from them in the coming weeks. (You can see PaleoHacks’ past guest posts for us here.) If you’re looking for a healthy, nutritious, and filling meal, look no further than these taco-inspired stuffed sweet potatoes! This Paleo-friendly, dairy-free recipe doesn’t have…

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When it comes to going the extra mile to show yourself some serious self-care, it’s hard to top a wellness retreat — and Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health is one of the most recognizable names in that realm, and for good reason! It’s been around since the mid-1970s, and has successfully transitioned with the times, now offering over 50,000 students and guests a year entry to a world where they can immerse themselves in healing, transformation and empowerment while working to create and support an awakened and compassionate world. Also? We’ve heard that the food is incredible. Fortunately for those…

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This juicy burger has bacon on it… and in it! Laid on top of fresh lettuce and topped with the classic onion-and-tomato combo, you can be sure that burger night just got a little bit baconer—I mean, better.

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Honey is probably the sweetener I reach for most often (well, maybe tied with pure maple syrup, anyway). I love it in tea, I often drizzle a little on toast or a buttered English muffin, and it adds just the right amount of sweetness to plain Greek yogurt with fruit and chia seeds. I had an amazing pizza lately that included hot peppers with a drizzle of honey (called a “Bee Sting), and when I’m looking to add a touch of sweetness and consistency to a salad dressing? Honey to the rescue. And, did you know about all the health…

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