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    Every home cook needs to have balsamic vinegar in their cabinet. It can improve the flavor of so many dishes and add the tanginess and acidity that your food needs. It can be used for salad dressings, marinades, glazes, and more. These are 15 flavorful, balsamic side dishes that will translate beautifully to your Thanksgiving table. There are lots of Brussels sprouts and mushrooms on the list which makes these balsamic side dishes even more perfect for the holidays. Check out the Food Monster App for more recipes! 1. Balsamic Maple Glazed Cauliflower Source: Balsamic Maple Glazed Cauliflower This Balsamic Maple Glazed Cauliflower by Kaylee Pauley takes on a wonderful Asian stir-fry flavor without soy and additives! The batter is made with almond milk, almond meal, and flaxseed, before topping the whole thing with hemp seeds, making the cauliflower completely gluten-free! 2. Grilled Vegetables with Balsamic and Basil Source: Grilled Vegetables with Balsamic and Basil Indulge in these quick, easy, and healthy Grilled Vegetables with Balsamic and Basil by Daniela Modesto! You can never go wrong with vegetables...
    When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1. Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts Source: Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts These Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts by Brooke Brimm taste wonderful with a bit of garlic and make an excellent side dish! 2. Crunchy Honeycomb Bars Source: Crunchy Honeycomb Bars This Crunchy Honeycomb Bars by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby are an ode to one of our favorite old-school chocolate snacks, the Crunchie candy bar! Golden honeycomb is a lot of fun to make and much easier than you might think. Patience...
    THEY'RE arguably the most controversial part of a Christmas dinner. But if you aren't a fan of Brussels sprouts, it might be down to the way you're cooking them. 4A new way of cooking Brussels sprouts sees them end up like thisCredit: Tiktok/@lowcarbstateofmind 4The sprouts ended up looking like mini fritters, and are perfect for dipping in sauceCredit: Tiktok/@lowcarbstateofmind Instead of boiling them until they resemble green mush, one TikToker has come up with an innovative way to make the vegetables crispy and delicious. Jackie Hartlaub, who posts under the account LowCarbStateofMind on the social media site, shared a video of the cooking method, which began with her shelling the sprouts and popping in the microwave in a bowl of water. After cooking them in the microwave, she placed them on a baking tray and used the bottom of the bowl to "smash" them. She then sprayed the sprouts with oil spray, before seasoning with salt, pepper and garlic granules. Once fully seasoned, she popped them into her air fryer. "I air fried...
    BRITS are set to waste almost 200,000 tonnes of food this Christmas - after forking out £146 to stock up the cupboards with festive treats.  UK households are estimated to bin around £79 worth of food and drink that they buy, making up around 6.6 million bins full of waste across the country.  1Almost 200,000 tonnes of food will be chucked away this ChristmasCredit: Alamy A majority of Brits believe that they will throw out around seven kilos of food, which would mean a staggering 194,000 tonnes of rubbish.   Cuts of turkey and ham, Brussels sprouts, roast potatoes and pigs-in-blankets are among the top foods adding to the UK’s hulking food waste mountains. A study of 2,000 adults found that 18 per cent of those polled cook all the food they buy but then throw it away when it doesn’t get eaten. More than half admitted that binning food makes them feel bad, with one in seven planning to be more mindful when it comes to food waste. On average Brits will spend £34 more on their Christmas food shop...
    Why did Brussels sprouts ever get a bad reputation when they can be so delicious?! These Brussels sprouts recipes vary from roasted dishes, pasta dishes, and salads, all filled with delicious Brussels. These unique dishes will make excellent side dishes for Christmas. Check out these and more on the Food Monster App! 1. Air-Fried Crispy Brussels Sprouts Source: Air-Fried Crispy Brussels Sprouts This recipe for Air-Fried Crispy Brussels Sprouts by Robin Runner is super easy and quite flavorful. You can easily bake them in the oven if you don’t have an air fryer too. They taste amazing on their own, but you can also pair them with brown rice, more veggies, or plant-based meat. These air-fried Brussels sprouts will be a hit with everyone at the dinner table! 2. Roasted Italian Brussels with Arugula Pistachio Pesto Source: Roasted Italian Brussels with Arugula Pistachio Pesto If you love all things Brussels, you’re going to love this modern vegan Roasted Italian Brussels with Arugula Pistachio Pesto by Gabrielle St. Claire! What’s fab about this recipe, is everything. It’s a quick and...
    Imagine if you could whip up Christmas dinner in your air fryer. Turns out, you can. "For the smaller [gathering] this Christmas we have a turkey thigh cooked with roast potatoes, Brussels sprouts and parsnips," says Samantha Milner at RecipeThis.com, adding that this recipe uses smart shortcuts like the addition of frozen Brussels sprouts to save time on prep work and cooking the sprouts separately.   DOES TURKEY REALLY MAKE YOU SLEEPY? Imagine if you could whip up Christmas dinner in your air fryer. Turns out, you can. (Samantha Milner @recipethis.com)Air Fryer Turkey Thighs Dinner by Samantha Milner at RecipeThis.com Makes 4 servings Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: about 1 hour  INFLATION: TIPS FOR SAVING ON HOLIDAY MEATSIngredients: This air fryer turkey from Samantha Milner at RecipeThis.com is served with stuffing and roasted potatoes. (Samantha Milner @recipethis.com) 2.5 lb Large Turkey Thigh 3.5 oz Frozen Brussels Sprouts 5 oz Frozen Roast Potatoes 5 oz Frozen Parsnips 4 Air Fryer Stuffing Balls or stuffing of choice to serve on the side 1 Gravy Boat Turkey Gravy or turkey gravy...
    During the holidays, it might be easier to lose track of your fiber intake, but it’s important to always eat enough fiber. Fiber is not only great for people with type 2 diabetes, it’s also necessary for the healthy bacteria in your gut. It also keeps our cholesterol levels healthy, which is vital for preventing heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. If you are concerned with eating too much fiber, the recipes below are also well balanced to help you avoid the gas and bloating that can come from eating too much fiber. A healthy balance is always the best way to go. That’s why we put together a list of 15 delicious recipes from our Food Monster App that contain a good amount of fiber. They range from breakfast to lunch and dinner, so that you can enjoy them all holiday season long. 1. Creamy Sweet Potato Noodles With Ginger Tempeh Source: Creamy Sweet Potato Noodles With Ginger Tempeh Jess Hoffman‘s colorful and veggie-centric bowl of Creamy Sweet Potato Noodles With Ginger Tempeh is the perfect, healthy comfort food! Sweet potatoes are spiralized...
    This is the stomach-churning moment a man eats 300 Brussels sprouts in 28 minutes. Max Stanford, 34, from London, set out to wolf down 400 sprouts to break the world record of 325 held by competitive eater Emma Dalton. But the charity worker could only manage 300 of the Christmas dinner staples from a 4.2kg (9lb 4oz) platter. This is the stomach-churning moment a man eats 300 Brussels sprouts in 28 minutes The video shows Max eating the sprouts with a toothpick as he quickly gobbles down the first two plates. But the bitter taste causes him to use tomato ketchup, mayonnaise and curry sauce to make the challenge more palatable.  He also gulps down water, squash and coke to help him beat the record. The YouTuber takes on various challenges on his channel Max Vs Food and he recently set a world record by eating 23 McPlant burgers in less than an hour.   Dalton, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, achieved her sprouts record in 2016 - eating a gut-busting 325 of the festive vegetables in 36 minutes.  Wayne Sherlock, from Drumconrath, Ireland, holds the...
    Add this tasty brussels sprouts recipe to your 2021 Thanksgiving menu. "This is a perfect make ahead side dish for Thanksgiving. Easy to prepare and innovative to the eye it will make your turkey taste better for sure," say Shilpi and Etienne Karner of between2kitchens.com. "Unlike many, our family loves eating Brussels sprouts when in season. Oven-roasted, pan seared or deep-fried, all are delicious, but turning them into a slaw is now our new preferred version of eating them during the festive season." THANKSGIVING ‘CHALLAH-DAY’ STUFFING HAS CRANBERRIES, CHESTNUTS, MUSHROOMS AND MORE Making this a few hours before serving? Leaving the sliced Brussels sprouts in ice-cold water before mixing them with the dressing will crisp up the slaw and make it look fresh for hours, they say. Brussels Sprout Slaw with Raisins and Dill by Shilpi and Etienne Karner of between2kitchens.com. (between2kitchens) SIMPLE, SMOKED THANKSGIVING TURKEY: TRY THE RECIPE Brussels Sprout Slaw with Raisins and Dill by Shilpi and Etienne Karner of between2kitchens.comServes 4-6 Prep time: 25 minutes Ingredients: Around 1.5 lbs Brussels sprouts 1 small white onion...
    The days are shorter, the kids are back in school, and you’re looking for comfort food that can be made earlier in the day, before the darkness creeps in way ahead of schedule, cutting the day short and leaving you feeling like it’s too late to start making dinner. Enter The Frittata, the perfect dinner to make between work meetings and then leave out on the counter, ready for when family or roommates come together at the end of the day, hungry and tired. The smoky Gouda cheese will please any sausage or hot dog lover, and the Brussels sprouts add that requisite cruciferous flair. Serve it with a crisp green salad for a simple yet satisfying brunch, lunch or dinner. Shop for smaller Brussels sprouts (about the size of a very large grape) to ensure they cook in time. If you can only find the larger, walnut-sized sprouts, you may want to quarter them to ensure they’re tender. If you’re not a fan of Brussels sprouts, substitute finely chopped broccoli florets. Smoked Gouda and Brussels Sprout Frittata Serves 3...
    “College Housewife” blogger Elizabeth Van Lierde has made quite the splash, racking up “best food blog” awards and capturing the attention of millennials everywhere. Now she has a new cookbook out, “Everyday Entertaining: 110+ Recipes for Going All Out When You’re Staying In” (Weldon Owen, $32.50) with chapters on everything from “A Cozy Night In” and  “Do You Want Me to Bring a Side?” to a holiday-centric rundown with recipes for herb-roasted turkey, apple pecan stuffing, a marshmallow frosted pumpkin cake and this maple-bacon combo. Roasted Maple Bacon Brussels Sprouts Serves 4 INGREDIENTS 2 pounds Brussels sprouts 8 ounces bacon, diced 3 tablespoons olive oil Salt, cracked black pepper 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 3 tablespoons maple syrup DIRECTIONS Heat the oven to 425 degrees. Clean, trim and halve the Brussels sprouts. Pat dry with a paper towel, so the Brussels sprouts will crisp and brown. Arrange them evenly on 1 to 2 baking sheets, so they have room in between each other. Distribute the diced bacon evenly over the Brussels sprouts. Drizzle with olive oil, a little salt (the bacon will also add salt)...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more The Fall Equinox is coming up on September 22nd! Who else is so ready for cozy sweaters, the leaves changing color, and warm apple cider? If you’re planning on celebrating the Equinox, these recipes are perfect to include at your feast! They feature seasonal fall veggies and cozy flavors. They’re also great recipes that you can make all Autumn long! These autumnal sides and starters are not only a great way to use up fall produce, but will also get you excited about the changing season. We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy!  1. Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup Source: Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup This Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup by Kristen Genton is so savory, creamy, flavorful, smooth, just literally everything you could imagine in a soup to warm you up. Not to mention, it’s EXTREMELY easy. This soup takes about 15 minutes to make and that’s only because you have to...
    Are you looking for a coleslaw to carry you through the fall season? A slaw you might even consider inviting to the holiday table? This recipe obliges with an autumnal touch to the traditional summery cabbage coleslaw. In place of cabbage, the favorite fall vegetable — aka the Brussels sprout — steps up to the plate. Related Articles The perfect brunch dish: Bursting Tomato Bread Pudding with Manchego Recipe: Say goodbye to summer with this feisty caponata Cooking: A lighter side of couscous for a warm summer night Too much zucchini? Make Middle Eastern-style savory pancakes A sensational recipe for the seafood lover who digs scallops OK, OK, I know that Brussels sprouts are not everyone’s favorite vegetable, but hear me out. The Brussels sprouts in this recipe are not cooked (it’s the cooking process that will often unleash the dreaded sulfurous aroma that is off-putting to many). This recipe keeps the sprout raw and may, just may, get a few sprout haters to accept this little crucifer on...
    Brussels sprouts are hardy enough to hold up to an air fryer's high heat. LauriPatterson/Getty Images When cooking Brussels sprouts, air frying is much faster than oven roasting. Brussels sprouts are sturdy but the delicate leaves are prone to burning, so check on them often. Cutting sprouts into even pieces exposes their inner layers for ultra-crispy results. Visit Insider's Home & Kitchen Reference library for more stories. Air fryers continue to be one of the most popular ways to quickly and conveniently make delicious crispy food. But when you "fry" foods in an air fryer, you're not actually frying them. The mini ovens use convection technology to speedily circulate hot air and cook foods to crispy perfection without the need to submerge items in oil.  Janet Dockery, co-author of Plant-Based Air Fryer Cookbook and one-half of the Vegan As Fork YouTube channel, says, "It's healthier because you don't use as much oil or any — if you choose not to — you can really get away with not using any oil, and you get fantastic results." Janet's...
    People who are super-sensitive to bitter foods could be at a lower risk of severe Covid, a study claims. Researchers suggest that people who find the flavour of things like wine, broccoli, celery, grapefruit or Brussels sprouts overpowering might be less likely to get coronavirus. These people are known as 'supertasters' and they have larger numbers of receptors in their mouth and nose that bolster natural defences against infection. A team of doctors in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, found the supertasters were 10 times less likely to test positive for coronavirus and none of those in the study were hospitalised. 'If you are unable to taste bitterness, you should be that much more careful,' said one expert, Dr Alan Hirsch. The biggest factor affecting someone's Covid risk is their age – middle-aged or elderly people are significantly more likely to get sick – while the best way to protect yourself against serious illness is to be fit and healthy and keep long-term illnesses well controlled. The study found that supertasters had a younger average age, suggesting that the receptors fade over...
    On Friday, Larry Kudlow, who was Donald Trump’s top economic adviser, told Fox News viewers that Joe Biden’s climate plans would force Americans to stop eating meat. On July 4, he declared, you’d have to “throw back a plant-based beer with your grilled Brussels sprouts.” Kudlow’s remarks raise several questions. What, exactly, does he think beer is made from? Also, doesn’t he know that grilled brussels sprouts are, in fact, delicious? More important, why would anyone believe this assertion about Biden’s plans, or expect anyone else to believe it? Why were Kudlow’s claims echoed by many Republicans, from Donald Trump Jr., to members of Congress, to the governor of Texas? To answer this question, it helps to think about Bernie Madoff, the infamous fraudster who died April 14. Seriously. About Biden and burgers: The administration has, in fact, said nothing at all about changing America’s diet. Furthermore, anything along those lines would be very much at odds with Biden’s whole approach to climate change, which is to rely much more on carrots than on sticks, to provide positive incentives to...
    Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just published, fresh-out-the-mill recipes in one convenient place! These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! Our newest recipes includes noodles and pie so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1. Thai Brussels Sprouts with Noodles Source: Thai Brussels Sprouts with Noodles This Thai Brussels Sprouts with Noodles by Denise Perrault with noodles recipe, filled with layers of textures and a lively tamarind sauce for an easy and satisfying plant-based dinner. If you like Brussels sprouts (you don’t have to adore them here), this is a great way to enjoy them disguised as a savory Thai noodle stir fry. The sauce for this one is worth knowing because it’s an easy...
    For this year’s St. Patrick’s Day feast with her family, Danville private chef and food blogger Aly Romero came up with alternatives to corned beef and cabbage that are still meaty and enticing. Romero, who lives in Danville and is a competitor on this season’s “The Great Food Truck Race” on the Food Network, smoked brisket and paired it with Brussels sprouts, which she calls mini versions of cabbage. This Smoked Brisket & Brussels Sprouts Hash — which you can make with any leftover brisket, no need to wait for a holiday — is Romero’s ode to the morning after St. Patrick’s Day. Topped with eggs, it’s a great way to use up leftovers while soaking up that extra Guinness (or two). Smoked Brisket & Brussels Sprouts Hash Serves 4 to 6 Ingredients 1 pound smoked brisket 3 tablespoons barbecue sauce of your choice Extra-virgin olive oil 4 tablespoons butter, divided 1 yellow onion, diced 2 garlic cloves, minced 15 Brussels sprouts, cleaned and quartered ½ red bell pepper, chopped into bite-size pieces Kosher salt and black pepper 2 russet...
    Brussels sprouts are a lot more versatile than we give them credit for. One of my favorite ways to serve them is raw, an approach many cooks overlook. The secret is to slice them into thin ribbons and then toss in flavorful vinaigrette. The easiest way to slice them is to first make a shallow trim at the base where it looks tough and perhaps discolored, leaving enough so the leaves stay attached. Then load them higgledy-piggledy on their sides into the tube of a food processor fitted with the slicing blade. Buzz, buzz, buzz. In just seconds, those beauties are strips of salad fixings. This dish embraces homey flavors, using the dressed Brussels as a topping for sauteed turkey cutlets. My supermarket stocks fresh turkey cutlets about half of the time, so when I see them, I grab a package or two and keep them in the freezer to use for quick-to-prepare meals. Turkey Cutlets With Brussels Sprout Salad Serves 4 Ingredients 1/2 cup all-purpose flour Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 4 (4-ounce) turkey cutlets, pounded to...
    All was calm, all was bright – until your family made a mess of Christmas dinner. While people may gather around holiday tables this year in smaller numbers to stop the spread of COVID-19, dinner will still be delicious – and daresay, the leftovers are even better. If you wind up with leftovers and aren't quite sure how to serve them, take a nod from across the pond with Tesco’s easy recipe for a French dip-style turkey sandwich. Take a nod from across the pond with Tesco’s easy recipe for a French dip-style turkey sandwich. (iStock) MAKING CHRISTMAS COOKIES? THESE ARE AMERICA'S FAVORITE (AND LEAST FAVORITE) VARIETIES Though the U.K.’s largest supermarket chain calls the dish an ultimate Boxing Day favorite, a sandwich loaded with turkey, stuffing and Brussels sprouts sounds just as good stateside, too. The U.K.’s largest supermarket chain calls the savory sandwich a Boxing Day favorite, it sounds sounds just as good stateside, too. (iStock) Tesco’s French Dip Turkey Sandwich Servings: 4 sandwiches   Ingredients: 4 ounces Brussels sprouts, cooked and thinly sliced 2 tablespoons apple...
    A STUNNED mum discovered what looked like the face of JESUS staring back at her from a Brussels sprout while prepping veg - and decided to spare it from the pan. Shaunagh Roberts, 34, did a double take as she prepared to whip the bottom off the leafy veg and score a cross in it. 3Shaunaugh Roberts 'didn't have the heart to cook him' after spotting the holy lookalikeCredit: Kennedy News and Media 3Shaunagh was prepping the veg when she made the funny discoveryCredit: Getty - Contributor The mum-of-two was stunned to spot Christ's likeness including eyes, nose and mouth complete with trademark flowing locks. Shaunagh, who describes herself as "spiritual", called her children Jack, 14, and 10-year-old Michael over to have a look at her bizarre discovery. After taking a quick snap the Jesus lookalike was spared from her dinner as Shaunaugh "didn't have the heart to cook him". 3Shaunagh Roberts, 34, with her two young boys Jack and MichaelCredit: Kennedy News and Media Shaunagh, from Waltham Abbey, Essex, said: "I was taking out the sprouts, topping and tailing...
    A salad made with Brussels sprouts might not scream Christmas at first, but Aarón Sánchez's version, which uses seasonal ingredients and layers of spice, is one of his signature holiday sides. The salad is made with fried Brussels sprouts, butternut squash, pomegranate seeds and crumbled cotija cheese. Sánchez has said this dish "could satisfy even the most carnivorous guest." And it's been doing just that at his New Orleans restaurant Johnny Sánchez, where the salad frequently makes appearances on his menu. Chef Aaron Sanchez called this brussels sprouts salad an ultimate holiday side dish. (Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images) CHEF AARON SANCHEZ ON THE DISHES HE MAKES DURING QUARANTINE Sánchez demonstrating how he makes his dish for Fox News. Sánchez says all home chefs — novices and more seasoned cooks alike — should be able to easily recreate this dish at home, as long as they follow one simple rule: Taste your food as you're cooking! Oh, and don't forget the jalapeno dressing, which was inspired by a dressing Sánchez used to make while working under Chef Paul Prudhomme's K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen...
    With Thanksgiving just around the corner, your kitchen and fridge are sure to be packed full of Thanksgiving foods and dishes, even after the holiday is done. The leftovers will be taking up over all of the shelves, leaving not much room for other foods until you’ve eaten them up. So what do you do with all those leftover veggies that you didn’t entirely use at your Thanksgiving celebration? Read on for some ideas from our awesome bloggers that we found on our Food Monster App to give you some ideas! 1. Cauliflower Image Source: Roasted Cauliflower Salad with Hazelnuts Cauliflower is a classic holiday vegetable that shines in a variety of styles of cooking, and is fantastic served with a large amount of other flavors. It’s delicious in many dishes, so that makes it an ideal leftover to be meal prepped! That extra head of cauliflower in your fridge that you didn’t end up using sure won’t go to waste when you know how to use it. These ideas will ensure that this fall vegetable doesn’t go...
    While family gatherings might be a bit more intimate this holiday season, there’s no reason forgo your favorite seasonal recipes. But if you’re in the mood to save some time and energy — and have less to clean — while cooking up a storm, perhaps an air fryer could be the smartest — and healthiest — way to go. If you’re on top of the latest trends in kitchenware, you likely already know about the rise in popularity of the air fryer. Aside from a pile of positive reviews and the growing awareness of the importance of eating healthier foods, many of us are gravitating toward the air fryer as a preferred cooking method. [SEE: Healthy Holiday Snacks.] What Is an Air Fryer? An air fryer is a countertop-friendly device that circulates heat at high temperatures to bake, grill or fry your food with either very minimal or no oil at all. It works like a countertop convection oven, creating a crispy outer layer while leaving the inside of your food moist and chewy. Are There Health Benefits to...
    Joshua David Stein - Donna Lennard October 18, 2020 8:30PM (UTC) This recipe is reprinted with permission from "IL BUCO: Stories & Recipes," by Donna Lennard Joshua David Stein, Harper Design, 2020. Brussels sprouts and bacon is a combination that extends well beyond the Mediterranean. It's a staple at many holiday tables and for good reason. The chewy, salty yet somehow slightly sweet bite of the guanciale against the flaking caramelized Brussels sprouts with their strong vegetal note is instantly comforting. *** : Recipe: Brussels Sprouts with Guanciale  Serves 4 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil  ¼ pound guanciale, cut into ¼-inch-thick lardons   2 pounds Brussels sprouts, trimmed and halved  ¼ teaspoon fine sea salt, plus additional for finishing  Freshly ground black pepper to taste  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F.  2. Heat the olive oil in an oven-safe skillet over medium heat until shimmering. Add the guanciale and cook until the edges start to brown, about 5 minutes.  3. Drain half the fat from the pan. Add the Brussels sprouts to the skillet with the guanciale and toss to coat....
    The Fall Equinox is coming up on September 22nd! Who else is so ready for cozy sweaters, the leaves changing color, and warm apple cider? If you’re planning on celebrating the Equinox, these recipes are perfect to include at your feast! They feature seasonal fall veggies and cozy flavors. They’re also great recipes that you can make all Autumn long! These autumnal sides and starters are not only a great way to use up fall produce, but will also get you excited about the changing season. We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy!  1. Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup Source: Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup This Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup by Kristen Genton is so savory, creamy, flavorful, smooth, just literally everything you could imagine in a soup to warm you up. Not to mention, it’s EXTREMELY easy. This soup takes about 15 minutes to make and that’s only because you have to saute onions and blend the soup. 2. Roasted Brussels sprouts...
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    We’ve known for ages that a nutrient-rich, balanced diet with ample plant-based ingredients is one of the best ways to get vitamins and minerals, fiber and anti-inflammatory antioxidants. Now some experts suggest that verdant veggies offer added benefits. Registered dietitian Cynthia Sass, a contributing nutrition editor at Health magazine, writes that green veggies provide anti-inflammatory antioxidants as well as key nutrients known to help the immune system function, including vitamins A and C and folate. They also provide bioactive compounds, she says, that release a chemical signal that optimizes immunity in the gut, the location of 70 to 80 percent of immune cells. Is this the end of popping vitamins pills? Probably not, but few would deny that nutrient-dense vegetables are infinitely more satisfying and delicious than one-a-day tabs. And it doesn’t take much time or effort to showcase those veggies in mouth-watering ways. Brussels sprouts Cooked just enough to be moderately easy to pierce with the tip of a knife, Brussels sprouts taste delicious and smell fresh and appealing. Overcooking them is a culinary crime that turns these tiny...
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