Healthyish @healthy_ish
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Because healthy should still be delicious. A site from @bonappetitmag.
1k Posts
451k Followers
87 Following
Because healthy should still be delicious. A site from @bonappetitmag.
Meet #TheHealthyish22: the chefs, activists, designers, artists, and just generally amazing people who are redefining wellness. They’re bringing healthy snacks to the masses. Sourcing ingredients more equitably. Supporting new food businesses. And serving beautiful, feel-good dishes—arctic char tostadas, anyone?—that we could eat all day, every day. They’re proof that feeling healthy is about more than the type of milk in your latte. It’s about all the good stuff you’re putting into yourself and the world. Swipe through to meet a few of them, then head to the link in our profile for the full list. Oh, and you can also find them all in the February issue of @bonappetitmag, out now.
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"Some people get obsessed when they jump on Whole30," writes @emily.cappiello. "But my experience was completely different. For the first time in my life, I felt more free than I had...ever. I wasn’t counting anything. I stuck to the shopping list and was making delicious meals at home. I didn’t feel bad about saying no to wine, even though all I wanted was a glass of good rosé most nights. I ate out a few times (I did try to minimize this, but life happens) and did not feel a bit of guilt about demanding a custom-built meal." Head to the link in our profile for how Whole30 completely rewired Cappiello’s brain and made her think *less* about what she ate. 📷: @yungbludlau
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While @bicoastalista’s mom was manually eliminating messes in late-’70s Communist Russia, American women were already enjoying the first Dustbuster. So when she got her first one, some 40 years late, it was a revelation. "I wanted to tell my friend that I wish you could just pull a small gadget from a wall in a matter of seconds and suck all your problems away. Doubts: gone. Unpleasant duties and conflicts: momentarily eliminated. Mucky challenges: Done with. And while making life nice again, the gadget’s pleasant noise would be just loud enough to quiet the negative chit chat in your head. While the cordless vacuum could never do all those things, I still found something utterly healing about its industrious, seamless ways, its readily available efficiency," she writes. "Did American women and men decades ago feel the same way? I want to imagine they did. Nearly 40 years after its creation, I finally joined the Dustbuster ranks, feeling as if I uncovered a sweet secret. I still pull it out multiple times a day, trying not to feel embarrassed by the unusual strength of our bond. I use cleaning to cope, and I’m not ashamed of that." Head to the link in our profile for the full story. 🎨: @heheannalee
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Yes, we're still thinking about this flatbread from the #FeelGoodFoodPlan. Because it's downright easy and straight up delicious. Think of it as a low-commitment bread for busy and impatient people (hello), and thus perfect for weeknights, impromptu dinner parties, and any other time you feel like eating it! The recipe (inspired by chef Josh McFadden’s yogurt flatbreads from Bon Appetit’s August 2015 issue), uses whole-milk yogurt to create a complex, tangy flavor similar to—but much easier than!—sourdough bread. It only needs five ingredients and twenty minutes of your time. Okay, we'll stop talking about it now. Maybe. Make @moroccochris' recipe through the link in our profile. 📷: @yungbludlau food styling: @heysueli plate: @iandyouceramics
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"I pictured myself in the kitchen, skin glowing, baking a cake for no reason other than that I wanted to eat a cake. I figured I’d have ice cream by the pintful," writes @merylrothstein on pregnancy eating. She was wrong. "As the reality set in that I was sharing my body, and everything I put in it, with my baby, I began to fret over my nutrition in a way I never had before. Eventually I’d have lots of people to help me raise my baby—my husband, for example, would presumably pitch in—but for now, I was on my own. Only I could promote cognitive development with omega-3s or bone formation with calcium. It was an immense responsibility." Head to the link in our profile for her full story. 🎨: @bmalagoli
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The name of this recipe is "Quite Possibly the Best Chickpeas." And, well, recipe names don't lie. The hands-off method for this recipe was inspired by @minastone, author of Cooking for Artists, who swears by adding lemon zest and olive oil for brightness and full-on flavor. We wholeheartedly agree! Make a batch today, and you'll be set for lunch all week. Grab the recipe through the link in our profile. 📷: @yungbludlau food styling: @heysueli
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Just popping by your Instagram feed to remind you that you should 100 percent pick up chickpea flour the next time you're at the grocery store. And we get it, the thought of adding yet another type of flour to your pantry may be daunting, but chickpea flour is worth it. It’s naturally gluten-free, packed with protein (six grams per ¼ cup!), and wonderfully nutty, plus it hydrates to create a batter in just 10 minutes. (For example, Chris Morocco's pared-down recipe for savory chickpea pancakes comes together faster than a bowl of pasta!) All these traits have made chickpea flour a staple around the world, from India to Italy, where it’s commonly turned into crepes, fritters, and even tofu. But what exactly is chickpea flour, and why is it worth a spot in even the most crowded pantry? Head to the link in our profile to find out. 📷: @chelsielcraig
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What we imagine our home will look like post-KonMari method. 📷: @visualpleasuremag via @royalgarance and @oursroux
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