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6 Tips to Deal with Digital Burnout in Today’s World

Recently some readers told me that they have been feeling overwhelmed by the huge flood of information online these days. I feel the same. This was why I deleted my Facebook page, though I’m back on Facebook for now (-_- the irony). It’s also why I unsubscribed from almost every newsletter, deleted various social media accounts, […]

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Chipotle White Bean Tacos

Growing up, the liberal arts college in my hometown would hold an international celebration every year. It was, by far, one of my favorite things to attend. The college had a sizable student population from different countries and this event allowed all those students to showcase items and food from their cultures. When you’re in [...]

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Spiced Chickpea Fritters

If I can turn something into a fritter or cake, I will. They are comforting, easy, and can be a perfect addition to a weekly meal plan. I’m always a fan of these cauliflower cakes and quinoa cakes, but these chickpea fritters are a solid all-season recipe. If you have cooked chickpeas on hand, you [...]

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Vegetarian Lunch, Three Ways

Post sponsored by Arla USA. See below for more details. One of the hardest parts about cooking is finding a balance between family members. Most of the time I cook one dish and everyone eats the same meal but occasionally I get a wild hair and make a few different items. This most often happens [...]

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