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  • Barley Risotto with Wilted Greens
    Melissa's Produce

    Falling for Risotto

    September 2019
    Many people choose to follow restrictive eating plans these days, whether it’s to lose weight or to restrict certain nutrients (such as carbohydrates) or a specific compound (such as the gluten protein) from their diets. For that reason, I tend to not write about grains as frequently as I used to.
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  • Image of Shaved Fennel Salad with Creamy Citrus Dressing
    Melissa's Produce

    Fabulous Fennel

    August 2017
    Growing up, both of my grandmothers had gardens, so I have lots of great memories of incredibly fresh produce and amazing meals.
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  • Image of Arugula Salad with Grilled Portobellos and Shishitos and Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette
    Melissa's Produce

    The Magic of Mushrooms

    July 2017
    Loaded with nutrients, mushrooms are also very high in water (which makes them filling). A great addition to salads and stir-fries, they’re also delicious when stuffed and baked.
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  • Image of Summer Salad with Fennel, Pepitas and Dried Currants
    Melissa's Produce

    Simple Summer Salads

    June 2014
    While most of us enjoy salads year round, some of the combos we create seem, well, more summery! With an abundance of fresh vegetables popping up in our gardens and beyond, there’s no end to the combinations we can create.
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  • Image of Kidney Bean Stew
    Melissa's Produce

    Protein Power

    December 2009
    High quality protein is a cornerstone of the Positively Ageless eating plan. Not only does protein help us to maintain and build muscle, it also contributes to satiety or fullness.
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  • Image of Mediterranean Quinoa
    Melissa's Produce

    Quinoa

    February 2009
    Often considered a whole grain, quinoa is actually the seed of a plant called Chenopodium quinoa, which is related to beets, chard and spinach.
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