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Liza's Take on UpCycled Stock

Make Ahead: The stock will last up to a week in the refrigerator – keep in tightly covered glass jars or containers. Once the stock is chilled, the fat rises to the top and can be removed. I usually leave a bit in for flavor and body.After the stock is room temperature, chill overnight in […]

7 Components of The Perfect One Bowl Meal

Who doesn’t love to eat out of a bowl? It’s easy to put together, pretty to look at, and fun to eat. Upcycling food is one of my new favorite topics and now I find myself noticing those opportunities everywhere. Just this week, Elaine Reynolds, from corestrength50plus, posted on her Instagram items from seven ‘categories’ […]

Top Meatless Protein Options

TheMenopauseChef, Sabrina Zeif, posted this helpful infographic on her Instagram today. I liked it so much I just had to share it. Because, as we age we lose muscle, it is essential to up the protein intake. Eating protein with every meal helps build muscle. However, not all of us are big into animal protein. […]

UpCycle Food Right In Your Own Kitchen

Jack’s Smack Note: I just learned a new term: Upcycled Food. For those of us who are unaware there is a movement underway to minimize food waste. The Specialty Food Association Trendspotter Panel included upcycled products as part of its predicted top 10 food trends last year. (Not sure where I was hiding.) “We’re already seeing pressed […]

Liza Baker's Butternut Squash Soup

Liza Baker (That’s Leeza!) is one of Kuel Life’s Health Coaches. She regularly blogs amazing recipes to share with her clients and followers. We at Kuel Life are lucky to be able to share her recipes with all you KUEL women. There is no doubt about it, cooler temperatures bring out the best in soup lovers. […]

Butternut Kichari

Everyday Ayurveda Cooking for a Calm, Clear Mind: 100 Simple Sattvic Recipes We at Kuel Life love his cookbook by Kate O’Donnell, photographed by Cara Brostrom,. We have featured some of Kate’s recipes already and if you haven’t checked out her Chocolate Layered Ojas Bars or her Roasted Kale and Cauliflower Salad you definitely are missing out. Who […]

Ahi Tuna Ceviche With Jasmine Rice

While in Las Vegas this week, I stumbled across this fantastic, unique Ahi Tuna ceviche. It was so light and refreshing, while still filling due to the unusual addition of Jasmine rice. I had to deconstruct it and share it with our KUEL community. Long-grain jasmine rice is wonderfully fragrant, almost sweet. Adding it to the […]

Liza Baker's Beans & Greens Soup

Liza Baker (That’s Leeza!) is one of Kuel Life’s latest additions to the coaching roster. Liza is a Health Coach and sanity whisperer to under-appreciated, under-listened to, under-taken-care-of, under-valued, overwhelmed, overworked, over-scheduled, and OVER. IT. ALL. working wives and mothers who dream of a starring role in their own lives. Here she shares a fabulous […]

Sunday Morning Pumpkin Ricotta Pancakes

It’s Sunday, typically a day where there’s a little more time in the morning to splurge on a more elaborate breakfast. We cannot ignore the PUMPKIN this time of year; it’s everywhere, in everything. Rather than fight it, I’ve pieced this pancake recipe together…. it’s definitely something intended for those weekend days with the luxury […]

Chris Freytag's Berry Smoothie

Chris Freytag, founder of Get Healthy U. and an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, Health Coach, Fitness Instructor and author shares her berry smoothie on her Instagram and we, at Kuel Life, want to share it with our community. It’s heading into Fall and fresh berry season is ending but you can still enjoy a healthy […]