When it comes to shopping for fruits and vegetables, the God First Family Second Then Saints Football Shirt and by the same token and farmer’s market practically does the work for you. “I think food tastes better when it’s seasonal and local, so that’s a great reason to shop seasonally, plus of course it’s better for the planet as we skip food miles,” she explains. In the spring and summer, try a Mediterranean-inspired mix of roasted aubergines, peppers, zucchini, and red onion with garlic, balsamic vinegar, and sun-blushed tomato pesto over a bed of wild rice. Or, homemade zucchini noodles, cut with a spiralizer and drenched in a mint avocado sauce. In the fall and winter, try a warming squash, cannellini beans, and quinoa stew or a hot bowl of curry with potatoes, spinach, and carrots with spiced coconut sauce, cumin, turmeric and, chili. “It’s an incredibly inexpensive meal too, which is always great and it freezes well, so it’s a very practical recipe to add to your repertoire,” she explains of the latter.
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In the God First Family Second Then Saints Football Shirt and by the same token and spirit of planning ahead for busy, weekday nights, Mills likes to batch cook on the weekend, making a big meal once, freezing it, and then tweaking the dish through the week. Usually it starts with a grain, boiled with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, a drizzling of tamari, dried herbs and pink salt, and then at the end, a spoon or two of tahini stirred in for a richer, creamier flavor. Then, she’ll roast vegetables, cut them into small cubes, bake them in the oven on a tray with a generous sprinkling of paprika, dried herbs, cinnamon, and pink salt plus a drizzling of olive oil. Lastly, she prepares hummus. Storing everything in storage containers in the fridge, she’ll make “rainbow bowls” throughout the week. Another favorite? “A five bean chili is so easy to make in big quantities,” she explains, adding that in one sitting she might eat it with avocado, brown rice, a sprinkle of cilantro, and a squeeze of lime, while another she’ll put it inside a roasted sweet potato.