Learn How to Make This Delicious Steamed Fish Recipe Now

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Try this steamed fish recipe for lunch while cleansing on the Clean Program. En papillote is the French term for the method of preparing food by steaming or baking it in parchment paper. You can also use aluminum foil, but I love how pretty and crinkly the parchment paper is; it gives the meal an aesthetic that is pleasing to the eye and it creates a beautiful presentation when serving. I love how many possibilities this method of cooking gives you for this steamed fish recipe. I’d love to hear what other meals you prepare en papillote, so feel free to leave your comments at the end!

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Black Bean and Chipotle Bisque

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In honor of today, this delicious winter soup contains ingredients that are traditionally lucky for the New Year. All around the world, beans are a symbol of abundance. Eating them around New Year’s is a good omen for the year ahead. Protein packed, with just enough spice, this soup is a perfect winter meal. It’s also in keeping with another New Year’s tradition, leaving a bit of your leftovers on the table at midnight, to guarantee a plentiful year ahead. This is fitting if you’re beginning a cleanse or healthy routine, to leave the table satisfied but not overstuffed.

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How to Make the Ultimate Butternut Squash Noodles

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Healthy and gluten-free butternut squash noodles and a uniquely delicious pesto make a wonderful warming meal. Using winter greens means we can stick to local and seasonal eating, which is better for our bodies and for the planet. All ingredients provide you with a hearty dose of nutrients, including vitamin C to keep winter colds at bay. These butternut squash noodles are perfect for your 21-Day Clean Program. We LOVE this recipe, and it’s such a snap to make. Enjoy.

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Make the Most of Your Day With This Vegan Cheddar Soup

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Broccoli and cheddar soup — only it’s not really cheddar. Creamy and nourishing, this vegan soup is packed with antioxidant-filled broccoli, tons of comfort, and none of the hard-to-digest dairy. Nutritional yeast gives this vegan broccoli cheddar soup a cheesy flavor, and as a bonus, it is also full of B vitamins. The leeks also add to the antioxidant power of this meal. There’s a Spanish saying: “Between soup and love, the first is better.” Vegan broccoli cheddar soup might help the case for that.

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This Vegan Pancake Recipe Is the Breakfast Breakthrough You Need

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Breakfast for dinner used to be one of my favorite meals as a kid. Especially since it often involved pancakes, which are great anytime of the day. This vegan pancake recipe is fast to make and creates a delicious meal, even for non-vegans. The leftovers can always be wrapped and put in the toaster the next day with almond butter or jam. This vegan pancake recipe is also gluten, dairy, and sugar free. Easily create a savory dish by topping these with fruit or sauteed vegetables.

It’s always time for pancakes!

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Why This Coleslaw Recipe Is Surprisingly Powerful

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We almost decided to call this recipe “Better Than Coleslaw,” since it’s a much more healthy version of the traditional side dish. Lighter ingredients like olive oil and apple cider vinegar take the place of mayonnaise. The purple cabbage is eaten raw, which preserves the myrosinase enzymes. Our autumn coleslaw recipe pairs perfectly with the pulled chicken recipe from last week. It’s also a great salad topping, and as an added bonus, the apple cider vinegar helps with digestion and acid reflux. Try this recipe during the 21-Day Clean Program. We hope you enjoy it.

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