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Have You Ever Wondered How to Eat a Pomegranate?

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Juicy, bright, and bursting with flavor, it's hard not to love pomegranates. The process of extracting the seeds can be messy and ultimately seem like more trouble than they're worth. However, they have incredible benefits and there are a variety of uses for pomegranate seeds. They are even an ingredient in our Daily Shakes. So, we've come up with a fool-proof method for those wondering how to eat a pomegranate. The next time you're shopping for groceries, don't shy away from these ruby-colored beauties!

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Topics: Clean Eats

This Is the Raw Nut Bar Recipe You Need to Try

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Ever wonder about snacking during the 21-Day Clean Program? If you have done it before, you know we recommend making your shakes and meal very filling, so you are not as inclined to want a snack. A lot of our food habits are just that ... habits! However, sometimes we find we worked out a little more or are just having a "hungry" day. That's where this nut bar recipe comes in. These chewy raw bars are very similar to branded fruit and nut snack bars but they are simple and cost effective to make!

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Topics: Clean Eats

The Dairy-Free Matcha Latte That Will Make You Forget Coffee

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For many people, the ritual of a hot cup of coffee is the only thing that gets them out of bed in the morning. While coffee may have some benefits, it also can have detrimental side effects like acidity, dehydration, and potential to cause anxiety. We recognize the power of a warm, comforting mug in the morning, so we've created this immunity-boosting matcha latte to get you going without the negative side effects. It's also a wonderful healthy beverage to drink while participating in the 21-Day Clean Program, so stir it up and go!

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Topics: Clean Eats

Try This Healthy Sweet Potato Latke Recipe

Posted by cleanteam
With Hanukkah quickly approaching, this latke recipe is perfect to add to our holiday menus. A traditional latke recipe is made with white potatoes, but we've given ours a boost of color, flavor, and nutrition by using a combination of butternut squash and sweet potato. We've stayed true to the classic dish by serving ours with a homemade applesauce without the excess processed sugar. This recipe isn't totally  clean-approved due to the eggs, but it is a delicious and healthy meal to enjoy with family and friends.
 
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Topics: Clean Eats

Gluten-Free Lemon Bars That Will Make Your Holiday Party

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These reinvented gluten-free lemon bars are bursting with bright citrus flavors and are perfectly balanced by a light, buttery crust. We've taken out the processed sugars and refined flour for our version of the classic lemon bar. Instead, you'll find a simple crust made from almond and coconut flours and a flavorful lemon filling without artificial or refined sweeteners. You can serve these at any function and no one will guess you've removed the inflammation-causing ingredients from the traditional version.

It's important to note that this recipe does contain eggs and ghee, making it a treat to enjoy outside of your 21-day cleanse. It is common to find gluten as an irritant post-cleanse, so we've kept this recipe grain-free. These gluten-free lemon bars are great for anyone looking for a less refined treat. More Cleanse-friendly recipes can be found in our recipe book Clean Eats.

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Topics: Clean Eats

This Chocolate Avocado Mousse Is Sure to Delight

Posted by cleanteam

Around the holidays, we are often in search of crowd-pleasing sweet treats (especially ones that are actually packed with nutrition). This chocolate avocado mousse is a hit wherever and whenever we serve it.

If you keep the main ingredient secret, almost no one will guess that it's avocados that give this mousse that creamy texture. If you are looking for an added protein boost, try adding a scoop of our chocolate Daily Shake! This chocolate avocado mousse has plenty of healthy fat to keep the body energized and metabolism fired up. We also have a wonderful Mind-Blowing Avocado Smoothie  version, if you want a breakfast treat!

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Topics: dessert, Clean Eats

Are You Wasting the Best Part? Try These Spicy Pumpkin Seeds

Posted by cleanteam

This time of year pumpkins have been standard doorstep decor, coffee shop latte flavors, and the base for many pastries and desserts. We're excited to feature one of the lesser appreciated parts in this spicy pumpkin seeds recipe. Often we toss the seeds, whether we're carving a pumpkin for decor, or trying to extract the flesh for a dessert. This cleanse-approved recipe is so simple, the seeds will never go to waste again!

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Topics: clean diet, Clean Eats

The Best Vegan Green Bean Casserole for the Holidays

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The word "casserole" often sends most clean eaters running. Typically, casseroles are laden with unnecessary amounts of dairy and refined flours, hiding a few overcooked vegetables. This vegan green bean casserole is the exception to the rule. It is filled with fibrous vegetables swimming in a vegan-friendly, gluten-free and nutrient-rich sauce that gets its creaminess from cashews. The inclusion of these cleanse-friendly ingredients by no means sacrifice the richness of a traditional casserole. It's perfect to serve to any crowd.
 
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Topics: Clean Eats

Cauliflower Mash That Is the New Thanksgiving Favorite

Posted by cleanteam
It would be rare to find a Thanksgiving spread without mashed potatoes. While potatoes themselves can be a healthy part of our diet, the standard mashed potato recipe is full of inflammation-causing dairy and low-quality fats. For this 21-Day cleanse approved version, we've replaced the standard white potato to make a cauliflower mash for a lighter texture and a gentler effect on our blood sugar. 
 
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Topics: Clean Eats, vegan

The Turkey Soup That Will Make You Glad You Have Leftovers

Posted by cleanteam

This is the season for giving thanks, and for breaking out our great-grandmother's turkey recipe. Here at Clean, we wanted to provide some recipes using the scraps and leftovers that seem to pile up, starting with this delicious turkey soup. Using leftover turkey in this soup not only helps with Thanksgiving leftovers, it also moistens the meat that tends towards dryness. It's a great recipe to use on the 21-Day Clean Program, just use brown rice instead of white.

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Topics: soup, Clean Eats

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