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Why You Should Have an Instant Pot

Have you embraced the Instant Pot craze yet? If you’re on the fence, allow us to convince you why this small appliance is a total kitchen must-have. (And if you’re already a proud owner, read on for our best Instant Pot recipes.) In this post, learn how to choose the size that’s right for you, ...

Liquid Aminos vs. Soy Sauce: What’s the Difference & Benefits

Soy sauce has become a common ingredient in most households, but did you know some artisans age bottles for up to 50 years? Most of us aren’t willing to wait that long (and are just as happy with an average bottle from the shelf). And nowadays there are a range of different types, including plenty ...

Happy Galentine’s Day! Make Gluten-Free Fusilli alla Vodka

Today on Prep School, Megan Mitchell is cooking a gluten-free pasta dish that’s primed for sharing with all your best girlfriends. Every bite is rich (thanks to cream), a tiny bit boozy (thanks to vodka) and 100% gluten-free. On the side, lemony broccolini makes a perky addition to your plate—don’t forget the clean wine!

Anchovies vs. Sardines

It’s high time sardines and anchovies get their due as the nutritional powerhouses, secret ingredients, and delicious fish they truly are. Not convinced? We get it. Anchovy fillets and sardines have a history of being somewhat … polarizing. But we’re arguing part of the reason for their lack of love is simply not knowing enough ...

Sheet Pan Shrimp With Sesame Broccoli Recipe

[schema description]Whole30 Founder Melissa Hartwig Urban just published a brand new cookbook and it’s filled with crave-worthy recipes. This sheet pan meal makes dinner a breeze—just toss shrimp and broccoli with a few pantry staples like sesame oil and red pepper flakes for big flavor. “Be sure the shrimp are nice and dry after rinsing ...

Benefits of Magnesium

A heartbroken person elbows deep in a chocolate binge isn’t just a movie trope. It’s a thing—people who are depressed eat about 55 percent more chocolate than their perkier counterparts. But maybe it’s more than emotional eating. The chocolate-eating may actually help them feel better and improve overall mood thanks to the magnesium in dark ...

Broccoli vs. Cauliflower

Eat your veggies. That’s what doctors, nutritionists, and parents the world over have been saying for decades. And clearly they were onto something as research continues to uncover new ways that vegetables can help improve human health and allow people to thrive. But what about broccoli vs. cauliflower?

Garlic-Parmesan Roasted Broccoli Recipe

[schema description]Something magical happens to broccoli in the oven: the woody stems become tender, the tops crisp up, and the sometimes bitter vegetable takes on a smoky flavor. Even picky eaters will enjoy broccoli this way—especially when it’s tossed with grated parmesan cheese, garlic, and lemon zest.[/schema]

Roasted Broccolini With Nori Salt Recipe

[schema description]Transforming green veggies into something crave-worthy is as easy as throwing them in the oven to roast. This method works especially well with broccolini, which is a bit milder in flavor than regular broccoli—the tops crisp up and the stalks get tender.  Here, traditional Japanese flavors of coconut aminos, nori, and sesame take the dish up a notch.[/schema]

VIDEO: The Best Poached Cod Recipe, Served with Sautéed Broccolini

Poached cod sounds like a tall order if you’re a novice cook. But making this sophisticated seafood dish couldn’t be simpler—or more flavorful—than this easy-to-master recipe.

This Pan-Roasted Broccolini Recipe Delivers Big Flavors In Just 15 Minutes

[schema description]Pungent anchovies and briny capers punch up this garlic-roasted broccolini. Since this side dish comes together in just 15 minutes, it makes an easy and flavorful addition to any holiday dinner. [/schema]

Dinner Tonight: Cook Up This Beef and Broccolini Stir-Fry In Just 30 Minutes

[schema description]Dinner doesn’t get much easier or more flavorful than this. Here, a sweet and spicy garlic-ginger sauce lends vibrancy to lean flank steak and tender broccolini and carrots.[/schema]

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