Salad

Finally, today I’m sharing a recipe that is a victory for my kitchen. I’ve been obsessed with the lemon ginger nama shoyu special sauce that Life Alive (a restaurant in Cambridge) puts on their goddess bowls. I started trying to recreate it back in the late fall and finally mastered it. The sauce goes great [...]

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Today’s guest post is from Jenni Houston, a trainer over on the island I’m currently visiting. I thought you guys would enjoy her delicious recipes. Try one out before summer is officially over. Check out her own blog here! Hi Everyone! I am so excited to be doing a guest post for Sarah Fit. My [...]

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Since I started studying at the Institute of Integrated Nutrition I have become more aware of how much meat I eat, where it comes from and how to incorporate more raw veggies into my diet. After a quick poll from my viewers on YouTube, it appeared to me that so have all of you! It [...]

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I’ve won some pretty awesome prizes over the years using social media. Companies love to do contests but the applicant pool is often small making the odds typically in your favor. I was recently asked to help promote “A Healthier Way of Life” contest with Hain Celestial, a company whose portfolio includes many organic brands [...]

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Ever since I discovered Life Alive, I have made my salads a bit different. Since then, I’ve become obsessed with including avocado, seeds, sprouts, hummus and beets in everything. Dried cranberries and raisins are also popular favorites that I typically throw into the mix. I know you are supposed to slowly reintroduce foods back into [...]

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Have you ever had to host a dinner party with vegan or vegetarian guests? Since I pride myself on being able to make crowd pleasing dishes that are unassuming healthy dishes for parties, I’ve had friends come to me for advice on what to serve for friends with special diets.  I’ve learned what corners can and cannot be cut [...]

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Cucumbers were on sale this week at Trader Joe’s. Oh wait… they don’t have sales. They just randomly have new items for a limited time and if it’s produce, it’s probably in season or something. So, yeah. I bought one for 60 cents and decided to explore for a simple way to prepare it instead [...]

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Eating in season is the most simple way to save money and eat locally. Zucchini, bell peppers and summer squash can be found for less than $1/lb, corn on the cobb at 50 cents or less an ear, and fruit just tastes better! Blueberries, strawberries and pineapple are all reasonably priced as well. However, when [...]

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Finally winter decided to arrive just in time for Frozen Fenway. Like the winter classic where two NHL teams play head to head in an outdoor arena, once a year the home of the Red Sox is transformed into a hockey rink. College teams, as well as local and community organizations get to use the [...]

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On the third day of fitness my blog friend gave to me, Dicks Cottons sunglasses. These are the brand new Mayflower Wayfarer sunglasses from Dick’s Cottons. One lucky blog reader or YouTube viewer will win these shades. The winner will be getting a preppy pair like mine, the tortoise with black lenses. This flattering frame [...]

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