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Lori Fish Bard

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Lori Fish BardLori Fish Bard is a board-certified health and wellness counselor who helps people reach their health goals in a highly supportive and delicious way. Founder of Healthy Heartbeet Nutrition Counseling, Lori has been featured in the WashingtonPost Express and Delight Gluten Free. She is the head chef of her household of five and lives in Bethesda, Maryland.

Lox, Onion and Spinach Frittata

Recipe by Lori Fish Bard

Lox, Onion and Spinach Frittata

This colorful and nutritious baked egg dish is perfect for Yom Kippur break-fast, a Sunday brunch or a quick weeknight meal. The protein from the eggs and the healthy omega-3 fats from the lox make it filling and satisfying. If you don’t eat dairy, you can omit the goat cheese.

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Dairy-Free Eggplant Spinach Lasagna

Recipe by Lori Fish Bard

Dairy-Free Eggplant Spinach Lasagna

As it is customary to eat dairy on Shavuot, I decided to see how I could adjust my Shavuot menu to accommodate my family’s non-dairy needs. This plant-based, whole-foods lasagna uses vegetables as noodles and a creamy bean puree as the “cheese filling,” making it free of dairy and gluten. It provides a “comfort food”

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Florida Haroset

Recipe by Lori Fish Bard

Florida <em>Haroset</em>

One of my favorite dishes of the Passover seder is haroset, a dish traditionally made among Ashkenazi Jews with apples, nuts, cinnamon and wine. I was the one who always kept eating the haroset even when we had moved on to the festive meal. And I always asked my mom to make extra so we

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