2003 best use of a nutricious ingredient, round 2 finalist | Pritikin Recipe of the Year Contest Using baby kale is similar to cooking with fresh spinach. It adds fiber, iron, vitamins, calcium and antioxidants to any meal, all while tasting fabulous, filling you up and helping to keep you full. Recipe courtesy of Coutneyjo
Edamame is the Japanese name for fresh soybeans. They’re often available in the frozen section of markets, including Trader Joe’s.
Here’s a zesty new favorite in the dining room at Pritikin. This soup freezes well, too. Cook up a batch and store leftovers in single-serving containers in the freezer for warm and filling meals and snacks any time of day.