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CHIVES: Chives are a close relative to the common onion, garlic, shallot, leek, scallion, and Chinese onion. Chives are a great addition to your eggs, mixed in soups, sauces, or dips. You could also infuse your olive oil, or make chive flavored butter, or even chive pesto. The sky is the limit. #wholistichealth #nourishingourwellness #chives
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CAYENNE PEPPER: Just a little goes a long way. Add a pinch to liven up your chili, spaghetti squash, eggs, or add it to your salad dressing. Cayenne pepper is also said to have many therapeutic benefits for your health. #wholelistichealth #nourishingourwellness #cayenepepper
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Let’s discover all the ways to make your vegetables and other foods taste great with a variety herbs, spices and a few other items from the pantry. You are going to get great ideas to flavor your food without using added fat or sugar. #wholelistichealth #nourishingourwellness #herbs
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BASIL: Basil adds loads of flavor to many foods, especially tomato-based dishes and poultry. You can also use it to make delicious pesto, or add it to salad dressings, or have it in herb-infused water, or your salads and in your general cooking. You can buy organic potted plants of fresh basil to have in your kitchen for easy fresh access. A staple in my kitchen. #wholistichealth #nourishingourwellness #basil
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Eat fruits and vegetables raw whenever possible. Generally raw produce is healthier. #wholelistichealth #nourishingourwellness #eatraw
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Sniff berries to test for freshness. A sweet aroma indicates good flavor, ripeness, and nutritional value. #wholelistichealth #nourishingourwellness #mixedberries