Crowd Pleasing Veggie Burgers

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By Brenna O’Malley and The Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Services Team In search of a meatless option for a crowd or just an alternative to packaged veggie burgers with lots of extra ingredients? This easy make-ahead recipe is perfect for a quick weeknight dinner, a salad or lunch topper, or a great way to get some protein and veggies into your day! These are crowd pleasing veggie burgers because your whether your friends are meatless, gluten free or particular about […]
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Give Your Children the Gift of Cooking! (And Never Pay a Penny)

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By Erica Leon, MS, RDN, CDN, CEDRD Today my twenty-three-year-old son moved to a new city eight hundred miles away for a job opportunity. As a typical mother, I am going to worry about him adjusting well and meeting friendly people, along with a dozen other unnecessary concerns. However, I will never have to worry about whether or not he eats healthfully. Without expensive lessons or significant input from me, my son learned to cook so well that when he […]
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Panera Bread: How Head Chef Feeds His Family and Yours

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By Laura Cipullo, RD, CDE and Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Services Team Looking to clean up your eating out? Panera has even more big news! The last time we talked about Panera, we were excited about their announcement to remove all artificial ingredients and flavorings from their menus by 2016, but Panera is not stopping there.  In mid-June, we had the opportunity to attend Panera’s Pantry, a pop-up space in Soho, only opened for two days. At their event the first […]
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What’s the Dirt on Clean Eating?

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The mechanics of nutrition are based on science, yet at every turn we hear new headlines and buzzwords that make it hard to distinguish the difference between true, research-based science and the latest fad. One such catchy concept is that of “clean eating’” heard regularly in gyms, on magazine covers and throughout social media. But what is it? And how do we navigate it when it’s aimed at our children?
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