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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD is a registered dietitian, mom, wife, and vegetarian in North Texas. She has dedicated Dietitian Jenn to be a source of information, ideas, and inspiration for people like her, vegetarians that live with people with different dietary beliefs and/or needs in a multivore household.

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD Are you in need of a quick and delicious veggie soup recipe? Look no further than this 3-Ingredient Butternut Squash Soup. With just three simple ingredients, you can whip up a creamy and flavorful soup that is perfect for cozy evenings at home or as an impressive starter for a […]

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD As we discussed before, a vegetarian diet can be very healthy when it is well-planned. However, if you aren’t ensuring you meet all of your nutritional needs, it is possible to have certain nutritional deficiencies that can have a bad effect on your health. This post is the first in a

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD A traditional English Breakfast, sometimes called a Full English Breakfast or a British Fry Up is a heavy, greasy meal.  A hangover meal, essentially.  It typically has bacon, sausage, and a fried egg, along with some baked beans, potatoes, grilled mushrooms and tomatoes, and bread. If you wanted, all you’d

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD Hey there, ever wondered what makes fruits and veggies so good for you? Well, besides the obvious vitamins and minerals, there’s something else that gives these natural powerhouses their superfood status – phytochemicals! These little wonders are the secret weapons found in plants that provide an array of health benefits.

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD This post contains some affiliate links. I may earn a commission if you click a link and make a purchase, at no additional cost to you. Beef stew is one of those recipes that seems fairly ubiquitous in families of varying backgrounds.   Herbs and spices change around the world, but

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD Five Guys Burgers and Fries is a family-run company that expanded into franchising in 2003. They are known for their very simple menu, bulk peanuts, commitment to quality, and the best French fries, according to fans.  The simple menu does have some perks for vegetarians, as there is a smaller

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD Ratatouille, a classic French vegetable dish bursting with flavors and vibrant colors, is a favorite among both vegetarians and meat lovers alike. This hearty and comforting dish features an array of summer vegetables such as eggplants, zucchini, bell peppers, tomatoes, and onions cooked together in a fragrant tomato-based sauce. While

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD Man, if there were ever a topic with a lot of nuance and personal opinions, it would be this one!  The short answer is the dietitian’s favorite: “It depends.”   Don’t you just love that answer? To clarify, before we get too far, this article is about truffles, the fungus. Not

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