We decided to feature a fresh and crunchy kale recipe for February because it embodies the essence of what we study at NTI. Though we crave rich, warm, and hearty meals during winter, our cravings shift toward foods that are fresher and crisper as spring approaches. Keeping our food choices aligned with the seasons is part of nutrition therapy practice.
This month, we give you a straightforward and delicately flavored recipe to help balance a season of heartier holiday meals.
Arctic char has a similar texture to salmon and a milder, cleaner flavor. A gentle sauté in olive oil helps preserve the fish’s fatty acids. Serve next to a mound of lemony arugula and steamed grains.
Sesame cookies look pretty on a platter by themselves or next to other colorful, festive holiday treats. This recipe comes from Elana Amsterdam, a Colorado resident who shares therapeutic recipes for every occasion on her blog, “Elana’s Pantry.”