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Stir-Fry Sesame Broccoli

Posted: 06/22/2016 - Think you can only steam frozen veggies? Well think again! The frozen broccoli makes this super convenient ---but the flavor combination will have you wanting to double the recipe and eat MORE vegetables.

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Mississippi Caviar

Updated: 06/20/2016 - This recipe is delicious and beautiful. It will be a hit when you take it to a tailgating party OR when you make it and snack on it all week long.

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Ginger-Coconut Edamame Succotash

Posted: 06/15/2016 - This is light, fresh and full of fiber-rich goodness. The flavors are subtle and sweet making this updated classic a new comfort food.

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Maple Barley Salad

Posted: 06/14/2016 - If you’re looking for a hearty salad to serve as a main course, look no further. This barley (or wheat berry) salad has it all, chewy grains; fresh vegetables and a salad dressing that will make you swoon. It is the perfect take-along for parties too!

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Barley, Berries and Chicken Salad

Updated: 06/14/2016 - This recipe is a wonderful take on chicken salad, no need for crackers here as this is served with whole grains.

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Sugar Snap Peas

Updated: 06/14/2016 - Snap peas are so crisp, sweet, and succulent making them one of the easiest vegetables to convince the kiddos to eat. They can be “snapped” into pieces and mixed into salads or eaten whole as an appetizer/snack.

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Eating Well With Kim: Added sugar in food

Updated: 05/12/2016 - A great first step is to get rid of sugary sodas (if you must have one, use it as an occasional treat, not a form of hydration).

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Eating Well With Kim: Meat alternatives in the grocery store

Updated: 05/12/2016 - Canned beans are convenient and easy to prepare, but are usually packed with sodium and generally cost more than dried beans. Look for no salt added beans, and make sure to drain and rinse canned beans to reduce the amount of sodium they provide. Dried beans take longer to prepare, but they are less expensive and you can control the amount of sodium added to them.

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Eating Well With Kim: Product Review

Updated: 05/12/2016 - Product reviews are fun and are great ways to stay up to date on new products or simply just find a new healthful product to add to the grocery list.

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Eating Well With Kim: Products To Check Out

Updated: 05/12/2016 - Another great product in the bagged salad section of the supermarket is the Dole salad kit and the Dole chopped salad kits. The chopped salad kits have a nice base of lettuce and cabbage with other vegetables.

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Eating Well With Kim: The Taste Of Summer

Updated: 05/12/2016 - This week’s topic emphasizes the flavors of the Caribbean (more of an adult food memory as, I definitely had not been to the Caribbean as a child). Here are some items that are found in our local stores that can help take you “away to the Islands” any day of the week.

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Eating Well With Kim: Fermentation Segment

Updated: 05/12/2016 - Lately in the world of food, bacteria is receiving accolades as healthy, except we don’t call them bacteria we call them probiotics. They are reported to benefit our gastrointestinal health and subsequently our immune system and frankly I think that is totally cool!

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Eating Well With Kim: Italian Flavor Product Review

Updated: 05/12/2016 - I ran across this ravioli while we were filming a different Eating Well with Kim and Tim segment. Once I reviewed the nutrition facts panel, I knew I had a new segment in the making.

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