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Mexican-Style Three Bean Salad

Mexican Three Bean Salad, a simple vegan bean salad featuring black beans, kidney beans, and white beans. Mixed with corn, avocado, and cilantro, this cold salad is easy and delicious! Are you a fan of salads made from pulses? Who doesn’t love an easy salad that is ready in fifteen minutes ... READ the POST

How to Make a Homemade Strawberry Mint Spritzer

Strawberry Mint Spritzer, a simple water spritz recipe featuring summer strawberry puree and fresh mint leaves. Made with or without alcohol, this bubbly beverage is a warm weather favorite. Who doesn’t love a cold fizzy drink on a hot summer afternoon? There is nothing like a chilled bubbly ... READ the POST

How to Become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Not sure what it takes to become a RDN? I share my journey and the steps I took to become a credentialed nutrition expert. I began this blog to not only discuss nutrition, travel, and health, but to document my journey to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). My path to become a RDN ... READ the POST

Warm Maple Fig and Beet Kale Salad

Warm Maple Fig and Beet Kale Salad, a hearty green superfood salad featuring golden beets, fresh figs, white beans, and goat cheese in a maple syrup dressing. Perfect as an entree or side dish! Do you think kale salads are “over”? A few years when the kale craze was at its peak I ate my weight ... READ the POST