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Natasha Rosenstock Nadel

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Natasha Rosenstock NadelNatasha Nadel is a journalist and author focusing on the intersection of healthy food, family and community. She is the author of Healthy Family, Healthy You: The Healthy Mama’s Guide to feeding your family well – simply and sanely! and The Healthy Family Healthy You Cookbook. You can find her free e-book, Five Easy Weeknight Meals: Your 7 Day Family Makeover, and healthy and creative ideas for your family on her blog.

Mama Soup

Recipe by Natasha Rosenstock Nadel

Mama Soup

My mom found a version of this recipe in a woman’s magazine (she can’t recall which one) and started making it not too long after my sister and I started eating solid food. She was 24, home with twins, overwhelmed and without a driver’s license. The ingredients for what we have always called “mama soup”

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Vegan, Gluten-Free Lasagna

Recipe by Natasha Rosenstock Nadel

Vegan, Gluten-Free Lasagna

Lasagna is a basic weeknight meal in many families. Add a salad and you’ve got a complete meal. It’s also a great Shabbat or dinner party recipe for a crowd. It’s hearty and, in this case, perfect for those with numerous dietary restrictions. With the new gluten-free brown rice lasagna noodles and breadcrumbs, people who

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Five-Step Show-off Salad

Recipe by Natasha Rosenstock Nadel

Five-Step Show-off Salad

This is a great recipe for when you’re having company over and want something that looks fancy, but can’t bear to do much work. The only “work” involved is prepping and cooking the pumpkin. This is especially handy during a three-day yom tov (when a two-day holiday goes into Shabbat) because all of the ingredients

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Healthy Fruit Crisp

Recipe by Natasha Rosenstock Nadel

Healthy Fruit Crisp

What is one to do with a 12-pack of black velvet apricots one has never heard of? Make a healthy crisp, of course! I’m no longer afraid to buy large containers of in-season, ripe fruit. In my family we can eat one of these crisps every day. Note that plums and apricots don’t release much

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