Melon! Mint! Cucumber! Salads don’t have to be boring or follow basic rules. This Cucumber Melon Salad is a great way to liven up your fruit and vegetables. Another great Gellman Girls recipe that is super refreshing and a perfect dish to make with the kiddos. Print CUCUMBER MELON SALAD Course Side Dish Keyword fruit, […]

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I love using yogurt when I cook, it’s an amazing way to add flavor, texture, and protein to a variety of foods and dishes. I tend to be loyal to both people and brands, especially if I agree with their overall products and beliefs. Siggi’s is a perfect example of one of the brands I’ve […]

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This quick and filling Brown Rice & Lentil Salad is an excellent source of vitamin B1, which supports mental function (more brain boosters!) and helps regulate metabolism. Lentils are legumes and a great source of protein and fiber — the best food combination to curb cravings. Print Brown Rice & Lentil Salad with Cucumber and […]

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Here’s something refreshing to serve in this holiday season full of rich foods! Print Watermelon Salad Course Salad, Side Dish Keyword watermelon Prep Time 15 minutes Total Time 15 minutes Servings 8 servings Author Abbie Gellman Ingredients 2 cups seedless watermelon diced 1 English cucumber diced 1 cup cherry tomatoes halved 8 ounces feta cheese […]

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Fermented foods are all the rage. Make your own dill pickles and pickled vegetables. Listen in as I share how you can make your own pickles to help your gut microbiome. Check out my simple recipes for you. DILL PICKLES INGREDIENTS 3 1/2 cups water 1 1/2 cups white vinegar 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon […]

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