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Clean Eating March/April 2020

Clean Eating magazine is about consuming food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible. It’s a lifestyle approach to food and its preparation, leading to an improved life. Each issue is filled with a variety of delicious, wholesome, low-fat, and easily made recipes that can be shared with friends and family.

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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pocket Outdoor Media, LLC
Frequency:
One-off
R 85,50

in this issue

2 min
i’ve got news!

Take It Easy Welcome to our annual Easy edition, which also happens to be our 9th Annual Clean Choice Awards issue – boy, are you in for a loaded issue this month! In case you haven’t guessed, the theme aims to make your life easier, in and out of the kitchen, and one of my favorite features is that every single recipe rings in at 10 ingredients or less, keeping things quick, simple and easy on your wallet. And speaking of limited ingredients, we have two stories that take it a step further. On page 26, you’ll find “Five Weeknight Dinners in Just One Grocery Bag” where a humble little list of just 20 items (plus a few pantry staples) turns out 5 radically different and totally creative dinners. And on page 74,…

2 min
mastering italian

Craft your favorite eats from the old country with these must-have tools. LOW De’Longhi Manual Espresso Maker EC702 If standing in line for a six-dollar latte feels so-last-decade, why not brew at home? This well-priced espresso machine has a dual portafilter for either grounds or pods and a turbo frother even a novice can master. $220, bedbathandbeyond.com Imperia Pasta Machine Making pasta the old-school way is much easier than you think (even if you don’t have a nonna on call). This classic chrome model rolls out ultra-smooth sheets for lasagna or ravioli, or use the cutter attachment to make spaghetti and fettuccine. $80, williams-sonoma.com Emile Henry Ribbed Pizza Stone Made of high-performance ceramic that can handle oven or barbecue temps up to 932°F (high heat is the secret to perfect pizza), this stone has a ridged surface…

10 min
cast iron creations

With only 10 ingredients or less (not including oil, salt and pepper), each of these mouthwatering dishes is made in 1 cast iron pan for minimal fuss and uber-easy cleanup. Cauliflower-Crust Pizza with Mushrooms & Olives Q V GF SERVES 2 TO 4. HANDS-ON TIME: 30 MINUTES. TOTAL TIME: 45 MINUTES. Making your own cauliflower crust only takes a few minutes and a handful of ingredients, so it’s well worth it for that homemade taste. Simple toppings are enough to make this meal shine – feel free to customize to your taste, but do remember to keep it light, as too many toppings can overload the delicate crust. For a spicy kick, serve with a sprinkle of red pepper flakes. TOPPING 1 tbsp avocado oil (TRY: Chosen Foods Avocado Oil)5 oz cremini mushrooms, sliced¼ tsp sea…

4 min
eastern healing

For many in North America, the term “Ayurveda” isn’t only tough to pronounce – it’s difficult to define. Practiced for millennia in India, Ayurveda (phonetically ai-ur-vey-duh) is one of the oldest forms of medicine in the world. Generally speaking, Ayurvedic practitioners and doctors prescribe herbs and whole foods (such as kitchari, a rice and lentil concoction that is the backbone of many Ayurvedic fasts) and lifestyle interventions such as yoga to help stoke their patients’ digestive “fire” – called agni – prevent disease and treat many common maladies. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health estimates that around 240,000 American adults, or about one-tenth of 1% of the total population, actively practice Ayurvedic medicine. And there are aspects of Ayurveda that are gaining credence in scientific circles. A 2018 review of…

2 min
down to earth

TASTE SOMETHING NEW When you think of Texas, you likely think of big (leather) hats, big (leather) boots and big (beefy) steaks. The 9th annual Texas VegFest, a passion project of the Texas Veg Foundation, is working to change those associations through education about the benefits of a plant-based diet for the health of humans, animals and the planet. Access to the trade show and its 100 participating companies is free; head to Fiesta Gardens in Austin on April 4 to see what all the buzz is about. texasvegfest.com DIG IN Is there anything more stunning than a heaping bowl of whole ingredients? We don’t think so, and the folks at America’s Test Kitchen agree. Their new book, Bowls: Vibrant Recipes with Endless Possibilities, delivers just what the title promises – 75 lip-smacking,…

4 min
3 ways with muffins

Forget the heavy, sugar-laden muffins served at your local coffee shop. These clean, handheld treats are chock full of flavor with soft, fluffy structures that are still strong enough to hold up to a smear or two of spread. (May we suggest a raw nut butter or no-sugar-added jelly?) They also rise to the occasion (pun intended) by addressing three different dietary focuses: You can select from a whole-wheat, Paleo or gluten-free option to satisfy even the pickiest of bake-sale patrons. Whole-Wheat Hummingbird Muffins F Q V SERVES 12. 1¾ cups white whole-wheat flour1 tsp baking soda1 tsp ground cinnamon½ tsp sea salt⅓ cup extra-virgin olive oil½ cup pure maple syrup2 large eggs, room temperature2 ripe bananas, mashed¾ cup drained canned pineapple chunks, divided¾ cup roughly chopped toasted pecans, divided 1. Preheat oven to 325ºF.…