Is starting the day off right one of your goals? If not, it should be! Many people find that eating a nutritious breakfast helps them to focus on all of the important tasks of the day ahead. Here is a handout with “5 Tips for a Delicious Healthy Breakfast” that you can stick on your Read More
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This past winter quarter at Stanford University School of Medicine we had a window of opportunity to test out a teaching kitchen elective course with the medical students. And…drumroll, please…it was a hit! Let me back up a moment and set the stage. With everything that medical students are expected to learn, why you ask, Read More
This recipe builds upon skills learned in the Roasting Butternut Squash post. If you want to learn more about how to peel, seed, chop and roast butternut squash, check it out!
Roasting is a classical cooking technique–and for good reason! Roasting is an excellent way to caramelize foods and add sweet and umami flavors to a dish. This is a particularly useful technique when making plant-based dishes or those with a lot of vegetables. Roasting: to cook uncovered, without liquid (i.e. dry heat), usually in moderate Read More
I realize that the sexiest thing to talk about around the holidays is not how to cut back on salt. However, I can’t count the number of people that I’ve seen admitted to the hospital around the holidays due to “dietary indiscretions,” namely eating too much salt.
“How do you reconcile your training as a French chef with your plant-based diet?” I was recently asked, “how do you reconcile your training as a French chef with your plant-based diet?” I responded that the skills learned in French cooking school translate to most other cuisines–you just need to learn to work with a Read More
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