One Pot Meals

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Japanese Style Curry Stew

Utilizing vegetables cooked ahead of time or even leftover vegetables, this quick stew will be ready to eat in 30 minutes or less! Recipe adapted from Vegetarian Times.

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Miso-Sesame Baked Beans

These Asian-inspired baked beans make a great potluck dish, or you can keep them in your fridge for a week of good meals!

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Chilled Cucumber Soup

Cucumbers are a classic detoxing ingredient. It’s naturally hydrating and akalizing properties are great for your skin, hair, and kidneys.

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Persian Green Rice

Green rice is a traditional Persian dish made with dried fruits, nuts, and lots of fresh herbs.

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Sweet Vegetable Broth

This delicious broth satisfies our desire for sweet taste in a light and nourishing way. Drink often to satisfy sweet cravings.

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Leafy Greens with Umeboshi and Lemon

This dish nourishes the liver. Try other combinations of your favorite hard leafy greens such as collards and mustard greens.

Photo: Homemade Muesli

Homemade Muesli

This tasty breakfast staple will help detoxify and nourish the body.

Photo: Minestrone Soup

Minestrone Soup

A classic Italian soup that makes an easy weeknight dinner.

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Thai-Style Green Curry

Eggplant is often paired with the milder green curry in Thai dishes. This recipe features a premade curry paste for easier preparation. Add in chickpeas for added heartiness.

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Glazed Sweet Vegetables

This baked dish is a crowd-pleaser. Try using other sweet vegetable combinations like squashes, yams or parsnips.