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Sticking to a Mediterranean Diet in Winter

Sticking to a Mediterranean Diet in Winter

It's a lot easier to stick to a Mediterranean diet in summer when all the farms and markets are abundant with fresh fruits and vegetables. Sticking to a Mediterranean diet In winter is not as easy. One of the tenants of the Mediterranean diet is to easy with the...

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Vegetarian for a Week – What I Ate and Why

Vegetarian for a Week – What I Ate and Why

I went vegetarian for a week to see if I could still do it. When I lived in New York as a young actress, I became a vegetarian for several years. I had a friend who was a vegan who helped me learn about a vegetarian lifestyle. When I told my doctor that I became a...

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10 Greens To Eat Instead of Kale

10 Greens To Eat Instead of Kale

I don't like kale. There I've said it. The food industry has latched onto kale as it's superstar health food, and it is everywhere. You see kale salads, kale on sandwiches, kale as filling in frozen food entrees. They've oversaturated the market with kale. But many...

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Easiest Cake Recipe Ever

Easiest Cake Recipe Ever

Sometimes you just want a piece of cake, am I right? All the better if the cake is homemade from the easiest cake recipe ever. I whipped this up in a half hour after dinner the other day. This cake is definitely not Mediterranean diet, but if you follow the...

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Cream of Chicken Soup

Cream of Chicken Soup

On cold winter evenings I love to make homemade soup for dinner. I was in the mood for the flavor of chicken soup but I wanted a creamier, filling soup that could be a complete meal. I made this tasty Cream of Chicken Soup and it was a hit with the whole family. It's...

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New Year Lentils

New Year Lentils

Lentils are traditionally eaten on New Year's Day in Italy to welcome prosperity in the new year. I’m giving my New Year Lentils a French twist by following a recipe I found on the back of a bag of French green lentils by Bob’s Red Mill. I make this recipe often. It’s...

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Italian Christmas Cookies

Italian Christmas Cookies

Can you imagine the holiday season without loads of sweet treats? I love baking -- and especially eating -- Christmas cookies. I searched the Web for Italian Christmas cookie recipes and found all kinds of complex concoctions. In the end I chose to keep it simple and...

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Recipe: Bruschetta Pizza

Recipe: Bruschetta Pizza

I didn't intend to turn this website into a food blog, but I've experienced so many wonderful benefits from following a Mediterranean diet that when I come up with something truly delicious, I have to share. This Bruschetta Pizza qualifies as truly yummy. This isn't a...

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Mediterranean Diet FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

Mediterranean Diet FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions? I'm here to help. I get many questions over and over about the Mediterranean Diet. I put together this list of Mediterranean Diet FAQs that addresses the many questions and misconceptions about the Mediterranean diet. It's usually things like, "You're...

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