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Laura Fisher

Laura Fisher is a sustainability and health professional with a passion for good food, the outdoors, and fitness. She has a Masters degree from NYU in Environmental Education and is a certified holistic health coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She can be reached at: ldfishe@gmail.com.

According to experts, embracing the principles of regenerative agriculture can not only increase the joy of gardening, but it can also lead to growing healthier, more nutrient-dense produce at home.
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This one will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about the humble vegetable.
It’s time to think beyond the chocolate bar to learn everything the cacao plant has to offer.
Say goodbye to sad, thin soup with this simple pantry item.
Here's one healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth without a sugar crash.
For starters, they're packed with nutrients, adaptogens, and have an extremely low environment impact.
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Before dipping your toes into the world of (legal) weed, make sure you're getting the best stuff.
This trick will work wonders on your next strawberry daiquiri slushie or "fresh pow" frozen margarita.
No parade? No problem. Here's how to have a festive Mardi Gras feast right at home.
Plus a full menu of recipes that will help bolster your immune system and combat inflammation (dessert included).
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From dinner to dessert, you don’t need to make a big grocery run for these delicious meals.
Here, all the simple steps you'll need to make sure your mug is filled with something as nutritious as it is cozy.
Whole wheat challah and homemade applesauce? Sign us up.
Think loaded latke sliders, Gochujang-spiced brisket, gelt cookies, and more.
Because cold weather doesn’t have to mean drab meals.
Perfect for those nights when you want to dress up and have an at-home date night or for when you're in search of something to sip in your PJs during Sunday brunch, the espresso martini is sure to become one of your new favorite cocktails.
These classic fall foods will help strengthen your immune system and fight off chronic disease.
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Avoid filling your freezer with leftover turkey with one of these smaller (but still festive) proteins.
Because we all need (safe) celebration more than ever this year.
You haven't lived until you've had Unexpected Cheddar mac and cheese.