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Strawberry Virgin Mojitos

Strawberry Virgin Mojitos (“Mini-Jitos”)

Need some great Strawberry Virgin Mojitos? We’ve got some for you, and we call them “Mini-jitos.”  These non-alcoholic, kid-friendly drinks are light, fruity, and refreshing. Plus, there’s muddling. There’s not enough muddling in our day-to-day routines, in our opinion. In honor of spring, we made these Strawberry Virgin Mojitos for our kids. (We called them […]

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watermelon radish

Vegan Spelt Salad With Watermelon Radishes Recipe

Hey – here’s a recipe for a Vegan Spelt Salad with Watermelon Radishes! (We know there’s a lot of criticism about food blogs that drag you though hours of photos and stories before you get to the actual recipe. We’re not going to do that here.) A delicious vegan salad garnished with thin slices of […]

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True Food Kitchen spring

True Food Kitchen Spring Menu Is Fresh and Colorful

If you know True Food Kitchen, you’ll understand why spring is one of the most exciting seasons at this plant-driven restaurant (well, OK, summer, fall, and winter are exciting too, but you have to give some special props to spring). And the new True Food Kitchen spring menu is everything you’d hope it would be… […]

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torched avocado from True Food Kitchen

True Food Kitchen Unveils New Spring Menu

True Food Kitchen is a restaurant based on simple, fresh, and healthy foods. It’s also the quintessential spring restaurant. At True Food Kitchen, you’ll always enjoy a wide range of fresh fruits and veggies in bright, cheery, spring-like colors. We recently had a chance to preview the new spring menu (officially rolling out April 5). […]

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head of romanesco

Romanesco – A Math Lover’s Vegetable

Behold the lovely Romanesco: This broccoli-related floret is the perfect spring shade of green and gold, and it winds around in seemingly endless patterns of perfect spirals. A part of the brassica family that was first grown in Italy, it’s also known as Roman cauliflower. Why are math lovers fascinated with Romanesco? Each bud consists […]

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knotts boysenberry pie

Boysenberry Pie Is Back

Our favorite spring treat, boysenberry pie, is about to make its annual appearance. The Knott’s Berry Farm Boysenberry Festival comes back every year in celebration of the boysenberry. Southern California is actually the home of the first boysenberry crop. In the 1930s, Walter Knott harvested the boysenberry, a cross between a loganberry, red raspberry and […]

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