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How to Make Mouthwatering Mashed Garlic Sweet Potatoes

All varieties of sweet potatoes provide vitamin C, carotenoids, fiber, and vitamin B-6 (helpful for keeping homocysteine at a healthy level), and even minerals like iron manganese, and potassium. Read more about How to Make Mouthwatering Mashed Garlic Sweet Potatoes

 

How to Make Healthy Roasted Broccoli

This super simple recipe is a delicious way for you and your family to enjoy all of the health benefits of broccoli - few other vegetables are as naturally abundant in indole-3-carbinol, a powerful antioxidant that is thought to offer significant protection against all types of cancer. When roasted, broccoli takes on a bit of a nutty flavour. Even the kids will love roasted broccoli! Read more about How to Make Healthy Roasted Broccoli

 

How to Make Cucumber Kim Chi

Updated on July 21, 2011: Please note: Cucumber kim chi is best refrigerated and enjoyed right after making it. You can allow it to ferment before refrigerating as you would with cabbage kim chi, but because cucumbers tend to go soft a lot quicker than cabbage, it's best to think of this dish as a crisp, refreshing salad/side dish. Enjoy... Read more about How to Make Cucumber Kim Chi

 

How to Make Vegetarian Chili

So here's a quick look at how to make a pot of vegetarian chili that will last a family of four at least a couple of days. It gets better as it sits in the refrigerator, so try not to eat it all up the first day. Read more about How to Make Vegetarian Chili

 

Easy Healthy Greens Recipe

This recipe is a family favorite, one that keeps Margaret, our boys, and me thoroughly chewing and then wolfing down greens with at least two of our meals every day. Any greens that are prepared in this fashion are so good that our plates are usually dominated by vegetables, with all other foods being side portions. Read more about Easy Healthy Greens Recipe

 

How to Make Bi Bim Bap

If you ever find yourself at a Korean restaurant and unsure about what to order, know that you can't go wrong in ordering bi bim bap (pronounced bee-beem-bahp).

Bi bim means "mixed," while bap means "rice." But bi bim bap is far more than mixed rice. It calls for perfectly cooked rice with a number of well seasoned vegetables, mixed with sesame oil and just a touch of red chili paste. If you enjoy mushrooms, eggs, chicken, or beef, you can add any one or all of these items to create your own version of bi bim bap. Read more about How to Make Bi Bim Bap

 

How to Make Mool Naeng Myun (Korean Noodles with a Refreshing Broth)

Mool naeng myun is a favorite summertime dish in Korea, and is best known for its refreshingly cool and tangy broth. Mool is Korean for "water," while naeng myun means buckwheat noodles.

The secret to good mool naeng myun is in the broth. My mom tells me that mool naeng myun broth is traditionally made by combining one part chicken broth with one part beef broth and one part kim chi brine. Read more about How to Make Mool Naeng Myun (Korean Noodles with a Refreshing Broth)

 

Best Vegetarian Chili Recipe

For a hearty and nutritious meal in cool weather, few dishes can match the nutrient-density and flavor found in a bowl of vegetarian chili. Full of legumes, tomatoes, and a number of antioxidant-rich spices, the following vegetarian chili recipe is a healthy choice for every organ system in your body. Read more about Best Vegetarian Chili Recipe

 

Cucumber Kim Chi Recipe

This is a printer-friendly version of my mom's recipe for cucumber kim chi. If you'd like to see how this is done in pictures, view:

How to Make Cucumber Kim Chi

This is easily one of my favorite Korean side dishes. Hope you and your loved ones enjoy it. Read more about Cucumber Kim Chi Recipe

 

How to Make Healthy Oatmeal

If you don't have trouble digesting whole grains that contain naturally occurring gluten, oats make for a healthy and satisfying meal - a bowl of hot oatmeal is especially nice on cold fall and winter mornings.

Of the many varieties of oats on the market, your best choice is steel-cut oats, which are whole oat groats that have been cut into small pieces. Steel-cut oats are more nutritious than varieties like rolled or quick oats, which are somewhat nutrient-depleted due to heavier processing. Read more about How to Make Healthy Oatmeal

 

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