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Apple & Tofu Curry Salad

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I particularly love this household fave because it packs an anti-inflammatory wallop in a record time! The power ingredient here is, well, it’s in the title, so yeah, it’s… CURRY!

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cancer kicking kitchen strawberry banana breakfast bake recipe

Strawberry Banana Breakfast Bake

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This delicious strawberry banana breakfast bake comes straight from our good friend Dr. Neal Barnard’s new book, The Power Foods Diet. It’s a variation of good ol’ fashioned oatmeal, and boasts fat burning cinnamon, resistant starch in oats, and antioxidant-laden berries!

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cancer kicking kitchen mango go smoothie recipe

Mango-Go Smoothie

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This fun and easy-to-make smoothie recipe comes straight from our good friend Dr. Neal Barnard’s new book, The Power Foods Diet.

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cancer kicking kitchen minty pea soup recipe

Minty Pea Soup

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Pin Print Minty Pea Soup Recipe by Dr. Kristi Funk 5.0 from 2 votes Course: Lunch, DinnerCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy Servings…
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The Weirdest Sandie You’ll Ever Love

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Sometimes weird is good! These are ingredients that are generally not put together, but when they are, they are a wow! Not only nutritionally, but your taste buds will thank you for this lovely combo! We usually make these open faced, but feel free to put a top on it and make it a proper sandwich.

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English Muffin Mini Pizzas

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This is a nice well-rounded blend of ingredients that toast up well and taste great together. If you have kids, it’s OK to sprinkle a little vegan cheese on there! We usually stay away from it but if it will get your kids to eat these little guys, then go for it!

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Presto! 5 Minute Vegan Pesto

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Pesto make so many things go from blah to bling! Pesto pasta is an obvious choice, but you can serve it warm or cold using anything from angel hair, to fusilli to gnocchi. Use it as a spread on grilled vegetable sandwiches, thin it out by blending some extra water in and drizzle it over salad. Endless possibilities!

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