Did you know the avocado tree is native to Mexico? They are high in omega 3 fatty acids, offer 18 essential amino acids and are full of protein. These smooth, creamy fruits have great anti-inflammatory properties, lower cholesterol, regulate blood sugar, promote healthy digestion and skin. We enjoy avocados weekly and honestly could eat them every day. Take a look at our posts and recipes below!
Favorite Avocado Recipe: Avocado Olive Dip
Beets are an excellent source of fiber, magnesium, vitamin C and phytonutrients. We often put them (and the beet greens) into smoothies, but our favorite way to eat them is when they are chilled. When we first visited Colorado, we found a wonderful health food store...read more
The two of us have been enjoying small bites throughout each day, rather than three heavy meals. It keeps our metabolisms going and it allows our bodies to spend less energy digesting food. We’ve come to realize that softening foods and/or blending food down...read more
While on our travels, we came across an amazing treat: Orzo. Orzo is a short-cut pasta, which looks like big rice grains. We were unfamiliar with this type of pasta and when we tried it at a little deli, we were blown away. The delicious salad-like mixture contained...read more
We were cruising through the cooking oils section of a grocery store and came across cold-pressed Avocado Oil, a wonderful product we had never heard of. We began using it for cooking and we learned it makes a great salad dressing oil. It has a mellow and buttery...read more
We used to get the most amazing falafel in Jersey City, when we worked in NYC, but a good Falafel is pretty hard to find, so we like to make our own. Sometimes we fry them, but this time we enjoyed freshly baked falafel on a bed of spinach with tomato, cucumber and...read more
Two avocados sat on the counter staring at us for long enough, so we decided to cream them into a soothing avocado dressing for a kale salad. Before tossing the kale in our dressing, we enjoyed a spoonful and realized we can also use this recipe as a dip. It is that...read more