Refreshing Vegetable Salsa by Diana Aguilera, MS, RDN | Registered DietitianVegetables are a very important part of your diet, not just because they are packed with vitamins, minerals, and are beautiful in color. They are also loaded with fiber - a much needed nutrient to normalize bowel movements and improve digestive health. This healthful dip enhances the flavors of the veggies, making them extra tasty and beautiful to look at!Creamy Vegetable Dip by Diana Aguilera, MS, RDN | Registered DietitianEating veggies can be a chore for some, but it doesn't have to be when you have a zesty dip to compliment them. Full of much needed fiber, veggies are 'a must' regardless of your diet. If you want to dress them up a bit, try this healthful dip and dig in! Red Lentil Salsa by Rhyan Geiger, RDNThe next time you're making salsa, be sure to use this recipe because it's packed with iron, folate and is an excellent source of protein. Add some chips or serve on top of your favorite piece of poached fish for a complete meal. Fancy Green Sauce for EverythingThis sauce is not only super easy to make, it's also delicious and very versatile. Use this sauce over chicken breasts as a marinade for dinner, or as a dip with corn chips as a snack. This also makes a great dressing for a salad, just thin the sauce out with a little extra virgin olive oil or water.Beet Hummus with Baby Bull’s Blood BeetsHave you ever had Baby Bull’s Blood Beets? These beets are the only variety with red roots, stems, and leaves. The roots are tender when young with a rich, earthy, sweet flavor. When young, the leaves are sweet and tend to become increasingly bitter with age. Bull’s Blood beets are harvested when young for their beet greens to be used in salads.
Season: These are available year-round.
How to store: Store the leaves in a separate plastic bag and use within two days. Also bag the root bulb and store in the refrigerator crisper drawer for 7 to 10 days. Do not trim the tail.Pineapple Mango SalsaThis salsa is great on top of your favorite piece of grilled fish. Also goes amazing with fish or chicken tacos.
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