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Ashley's Culinary Clinic

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Chicken Fajita Bowls

Meal prep is an excellent way to make sure you have healthy meals available during your busy week, these chicken fajita bowls feature 3 different types of fresh peppers which bring many nutrients to your body. For the nutritional brief let’s focus on the organic red bell pepper. Nutritional Brief: Organic Red Bell Peppers Red Bell Peppers are full of nutrients, and one really stands out- Vitamin C. These peppers […]

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Greek Turkey Bowls Meal Prep

Having lunches prepared for the week is an excellent way to make sure the midday meal is nutritious and is also convenient, so you can focus on your busy schedule.  These Greek-style turkey bowls boast spinach, beets, and fresh tzatziki—exciting ingredients your hungry cells can use to fuel your afternoon. Since I don’t use beets often, here is a nutritional brief on beets. Nutritional brief: Beets (coming soon) To make […]

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Tzatziki Sauce

Fresh Tzatziki sauce adds flavor to many dishes, and with fresh whole milk plain greek yogurt, you are also supporting your gastrointestinal system. Since yogurt is the main ingredient in this recipe, let’s do a quick nutrition brief on yogurt Nutritional brief: yogurt Yogurt is delicious so it is really awesome that it is also very nutritious! Yogurt contains a lot of protein which helps to control appetite and also […]

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Lemony Brown Rice

This is a delicious recipe for brown rice with flavors of fresh lemon and garlic. I love to use brown rice because it is a healthy whole grain. Nutritional Brief: Brown Rice Brown rice is incredibly nutritious, it is considered a whole grain because it contains the hull, bran, and germ whereas white rice does not. Brown rice is metabolized more slowly than white rice and is full of vitamins […]

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Beef Stew in the Dutch Oven

Homemade beef stew is more nutritious than you think, it is prepared with a variety of fresh ingredients which supply antioxidants and phytochemicals, not to mention the beef itself is full of vitamins; go for organic, grass-fed chuck roast and you aren’t just eating anymore–you’re feeding your cells! Since boneless chuck roast it our main ingredient, let’s delve into a quick nutritional brief of beef 😉 Nutritional Brief: Beef Beef […]

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Simple Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken noodle soup is a classic recipe, it is easy to substitute or add ingredients so that you can make it your own. I like to make a soup recipe once a week using homemade stock because of the nutritional benefits for the digestive system and because a bowl of warm soup with a crusty baguette is delicious! Here is a nutritional brief on the benefits of bone broth for […]

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Quick and Simple Chicken Stock

Homemade chicken stock is so healthy and simple to make, once you’ve made your own, and learn about the health benefits, you won’t want to consume the store-bought processed stock. Stock is simple and versatile, here is a list of things you’ll need: One whole chicken (quartered), 2 yellow onions, 2 leeks (white and green parts), 5 celery stalks, 5 carrots, 7 parsley sprigs, 7 thyme sprigs, 10 peppercorns, and […]

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Feed Your Body and Soul

Thanks for joining me! This site is dedicated to teaching the importance of consuming real food and explaining the effects that ingredients have on our bodies. I hope you enjoy my recipes and nutrition briefs. There are trillions of cells in the human body and it is my mission to teach the importance of fueling each and every cell with food that has integrity. Everyone has heard the phrase “you […]

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