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We love veggies and we want you to love them too! Get tasty tips for eating more veg from the food & nutrition experts at EatingWell.
 

Eat More Fall Vegetables

Cool weather has us craving fall harvest veggies! Learn what's available (plus the best way to eat out-of-season vegetables), how it can help your health and creative recipes for using the best veggies autumn has to offer including squash, potatoes, pumpkin and more.

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These Edible Party Decorations are Making Veggie-Taining a Thing and We're Obsessed

The food tables at holiday parties are flooded with holiday favorites—basically, cheese and carbs. Which we love as much as the next person, but by holiday season's end it leaves us feeling a little bloated. Plus, we love vegetables too, and are always looking for new ways to eat more of them. Enter: Veggie-taining AKA entertaining with vegetables.

Move Over, Pumpkin: These Spooky Fruit and Vegetable Jack-O'-Lanterns Are Winning Halloween This Year

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Halloween is a time for crazy costumes, spooky recipes, trick-or-treating, pumpkin-flavored everything and, of course, jack-o'-lanterns! This year, take your traditional pumpkin carving up a notch with these four fruit and vegetable jack-o'-lanterns. Use our free printable stencils to create your next holiday-party centerpiece.

Got Extra Veggies? Turn Them Into Pureed Soup with This Simple Formula

Submitted by admin on Fri, 09/14/2018 - 11:21

I’m head over heels in love with soup. Once the weather turns cooler, I make a batch of soup (or more!) each week, trying new recipes as well as improving upon tried-and-true favorites. I love the whole process of creating a pot of soup—from chopping to the final stir—and the simplicity of serving it. Just add a hunk of warm bread and dinner is served.

Related: Healthy Homemade Bread Recipes to Serve with Your Soup

Here are three more reasons I love soup:

Making This Healthy Change Can Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk

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How to Cook Pumpkin

Submitted by admin on Fri, 08/31/2018 - 12:18

Get 3 ideas for how to cook pumpkin, including pumpkin seeds, roasted pumpkin and pumpkin pie filling.

Pumpkin has a luscious, custardy texture and earthy taste kissed with the ripe sweetness of autumn. And while the canned version is quite convenient, don’t be afraid to cook the real deal. Preparing pumpkin is easy.