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Alex Loh

Alex is assistant digital editor for EatingWell. When she's not thinking about food, you can find her reading, watching TV or on a quest to find the best sandwich. Alex is a graduate of Dickinson College where she earned a degree in English.
From veggie-packed grain bowls to creamy pasta salads, these low-calorie, meal-prep ideas will save you time and energy at lunchtime.
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From barbecue chicken to quesadillas, store-bought BBQ sauce is a quick, delicious way to add flavor to your meal.
Delicious ideas to upgrade your canned fish for a quick and healthy dinner.
Learn how long to blanch asparagus for use in salads, casseroles and more.
Learn how to trim asparagus with these handy step-by-step photos.
Find out how to store fresh asparagus properly.
These easy tips will help you assemble a tasty, nutritious appetizer that everyone will love.
From grains to salads, Mason jars are useful for more than decoration.
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Learn how to dry mushrooms in the oven, from shiitake mushrooms to cremini mushrooms.
From breakfast to dinner, these easy, healthy meal-prep ideas will keep you full and satisfied.
Not all oven drawers are the same. Figure out what your oven can do and how you can use the drawer to your advantage.
From dicing to slicing, learn how to cut an onion.
These soups highlight seasonal produce, including turnip, potatoes and winter squash.
From plentiful charcuterie boards to easy three-ingredient appetizers, these recipes highlight winter produce like pears and beets.
We tried over 30 products to find our favorite sips. Here's what stood out.
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If you're looking for a tasty way to lower your cholesterol, then an anti-inflammatory diet may be perfect for you.
Because no one likes slimy greens.
With plenty of fresh veggies, satiating protein and nutritious whole grains, these recipes will help you eat healthy and feel your best.
From hearty stews to cozy pastas, these recipes are packed with winter veggies, including carrots, cabbage and potatoes.
These healthy vegetarian recipes are perfect for easy, one-pot dinners. We pack these recipes with vegetables like tomatoes, butternut squash and beans to create a filling dish. Plus, cleanup is simple with just one pan to wash. Recipes like our Tofu & Vegetable Scramble and Mexican Skillet Quinoa are hearty, delicious and perfect for tonight's dinner. (Note: Some of these pasta dishes call for Parmesan cheese, which contains animal rennet. Feel free to omit or swap it for your favorite cheese to keep the dish fully vegetarian.)
Whenever I'm looking for new ideas for the home or kitchen, I can always rely on Joanna Gaines.
Not sure if your broccoli is still usable? Find out what to look for to see if your broccoli is OK to eat.
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From roasting to grilling, learn how to cook broccoli for use in salads, side dishes and more.
Learn how to prep this tasty cruciferous vegetable.
Learn how to freeze broccoli so you can always have the cruciferous vegetable on hand.