Plant Your Plate

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Get garden-to-table tips and inspiration for growing your own food and delicious recipes for using up your harvest, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell. Plus, find edible gardening advice and garden plans from our friends at Better Homes & Gardens.
 
 

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From garden to the table, get tips and inspiration for growing your own food and delicious recipes for using up your harvest, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell. We've also partnered with our friends at Better Homes & Gardens to bring you edible gardening advice and garden plans.
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Healthy Summer Picnic Ideas to Pack Up for Dinner Tonight

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The warm weather and long days are just begging you to lay out a blanket and do dinner outside. No-cook picnic dinners are perfect when it's too hot to turn on the stove.

A New Study Says Gardening Is Just as Good as Going to the Gym

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This story originally appeared on BHG.com by Dan Noso

9 Health Benefits of Gardening

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Sure, growing your own tomatoes or peppers is an inexpensive way to eat healthy—and nothing perks up a salad like a handful of freshly picked herbs. But gardening delivers a bushel of other benefits as well. Research shows it can reduce stress, fight heart disease and even boost your memory. That's no small potatoes!

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