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3 Crowd-Pleasing, All-Vegetarian Thanksgiving Sides to Please Everyone at Your Holiday Table

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    How to Roast Every Kind of Vegetable

    The same steps apply when roasting any vegetable, and once you understand the basics of how to roast veggies, you can work without a recipe. (more…)

    By Heather Ramsdell
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    Tips for Making Latkes and What to Serve with Them

    The smell of hot oil frying up latkes evokes many childhood memories for me, but latke-making is always hit or miss in my house: sometimes we get a plateful of golden brown latkes, perfectly cooked throughout that we happily dunk in applesauce; but other times we’re biting into dense, gummy centers.
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    By Amalia Safran
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    Healthy Veggie Chips You Should Be Making Now

    Ever tried making your own veggie chips?

    By Erin Zimmer
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    How to Make Cauliflower Rice at Home (and What to Do With It!)

    By now, you’ve probably heard about spiralized vegetables—zucchini noodles, or “zoodles,” and all their variations. They’re a great way to eat more vegetables. But that spiralizer can also turn your hulking head of cauliflower into a fluffy pile of cauliflower “rice.”

    By Marian Bull
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    Go Beyond Zucchini Noodles: 7 Vegetables & Fruits You Can Spiralize

    Zucchini is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the world of spiralizing. It’s great as a spaghetti substitute, topped with tomato sauce and parmesan cheese, but there’s more you can do with the spiralizer – and we’re not just talking about sweet potato curly fries (although those are delicious, too). Spiralizing allows you to incorporate fruits and vegetables into your meal in an unconventional, fun way.

    By Amalia Safran
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    The Math Behind Perfectly Pureed Soups

    When it comes to soup and temperature, it boils down to simple math. Soup consumption and temperature operate in an inverse relationship—when the temperature drops, soup consumption rises.

    By Veronica Chan
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    Spiralizer Recipes for Fall

    Spiralizers are beloved by salad enthusiasts and raw food eaters: they allow you to quickly and easily turn your vegetables into noodles. And they come in quite handy during the fall, too, when they can turn root vegetables into colorful reasons that are even more fun to eat—and quicker to cook. You can use them in casseroles, in lieu of mandolined root vegetables; bake them into cakes; or roast them on their own. Whichever direction you go, you’ll have a bevy of options for your ribbony root vegetables. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

    By Marian Bull
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    6 Tips for Making Better Summer Salads

    We’re leaning into summer salads and take simple steps to keep them exciting and delicious.

    By Marian Bull
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