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  • Lemon Vanilla Cashew Cream | cureativenutrition

    Back Lemon Vanilla Cashew Cream Ingredients: 1 cup raw cashews (soaked for 2 hours in filtered water) Juice from 1/2 a large lemon, we used our own Meyer lemons out the backyard! (careful of seeds!) Water (enough to cover cashews in blender by 1") 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract Directions: 1. Pour all ingredients into blender and cover with water up to 1 inch over the cashews. Blend on high speed until it reaches a smooth and thick consistency. Stop and taste it to make sure the flavors and consistency are there. At first, ours was a little grainy so we blended it a little longer and it came out perfect! 2. Store in containers in the fridge Caesar Cashew Dressing Ingredients: ​​ 1 cup raw cashews (soaked for 2 hours in filtered water, or overnight for best results) Water (enough to cover cashews in blender by 1") 4 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon fresh squeezed lemon juice 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard 1 small garlic clove, chopped 3 tablespoons capers, or to taste Salt and pepper to taste Directions: 1. Pour all ingredients into blender and cover with water up to 1 inch over the cashews. Blend on high speed until it reaches a smooth and thick consistency. Stop and taste it to make sure the flavors and consistency are there. Add extra garlic powder, lemon, etc. based on the flavors you like. *Store in containers in the fridge. This is a great dip for celery!

  • Georgia Peach and Shrimp Salad | cureativenutrition

    Back Georgia Peach and Shrimp Salad INGREDIENTS: 1 pound of small wild caught shrimp (big will work too, use less), peeled and deveined 2-3 peaches (skin left on for extra fiber), diced 1 large green pepper, seeded and diced 1 medium-large sweet potato, large diced roasted with olive oil and sea salt (skin left on for extra fiber) 3/4 cup dry pearled barley (boiled according to package instructions) 3 tablespoons white wine vinegar (or more to taste) Olive oil Sea salt 1/2 cup crumbled feta 2 handfuls of arugula or spinach would be a great addition (stir into warm barley to wilt) DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 400. Large-dice sweet potatoes and toss with olive oil and sea salt. Roast until fork tender. ​ 2. While sweet potatoes are roasting, boil the pearled barley according to package instructions. ​ 3. Meanwhile, dice the peaches and bell pepper. Add to a mixing bowl. ​ 4. After the shrimp are ready to cook, add them to a skillet with olive oil and saute over medium-high heat until pink and cooked through. ​ 5. Once the shrimp are cooked, add them to the mixing bowl with the peaches and bell pepper. Once cooked, add the sweet potato and barley to the mix. Stir well to combine. ​ 6. Add white wine vinegar to the bowl, pouring it over the whole mixture (not just in one place). Mix well to combine. Add more white wine vinegar to meet your taste preferences. **Enjoy at room temperature!

  • About | cureativenutrition

    Taste Our Vision! Learn More About Chloe Meet the Team! Cureative Nutrition is a private practice founded and operated by registered dietitian nutritionists (RDN) specializing in disordered eating and metabolic failure. This practice is built on the idea of helping you establish elevated control of your personal food behaviors and on inspiring a diverse relationship with food. A relationship that encourages you to use the many incredible properties of food to optimize your everyday mental and physical health. The root of our name is a blend of curate + cure + creative - we carefully and creatively curate the health information and strategies we present to each individual client. We practice on the basis of welcoming and respecting all characteristics of food – comfort, entertainment, creativity, social gathering and nourishing fuel. The diet culture we live in today often tells us to strip away the enjoyable characteristics of food, to fight our human nature and our deeply rooted relationship with food, ultimately leading us to a disordered way of eating with significant damage to one's metabolism. Your food consumption must involve intentional and purposeful actions, but food should be savored, not feared. We focus on education and behavioral modification through individualized strategy. We work with our clients to optimize their relationship with food and their body. Eat for a purpose and to enjoy it in the process. Start your recovery journey with us today! ​ ​ Savor the day, it is a delicacy! -Chloe Featured In: Click the image to read the article Eat This, Not That: Beets Smart Living: Is Chocolate Healthy for You? Smart Living: How to Reduce Sugar in the Diet Eat This, Not That: The Best Snacks at Aldi Milk & Honey Blog: Traveling with Diabetes Smart Living: The Benefits of Fiber Smart Living: The Skinny on Diabetes Risk WRUU Live Talk Show Interview Eat This, Not That: Lentils The Skinnie: How to Make Sustainable Change Smart Living: What is an RMR Test? WTOC: SJCHS medical professionals talk with Senator Warnock about the cost of insulin WTOC: Chloe Paddison on back to school healthy lunch

  • Parsnip & Asparagus Herb Frittata | cureativenutrition

    Back Parsnip & Asparagus Herb Frittata Recipe featured in the Intuitive Cooking and Eating Summit INGREDIENTS: 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, or 2 tablespoons coconut oil 10 medium asparagus spears, fibrous ends removed, cut into 1-inch angled pieces 2 small-medium parsnips, thinly sliced into round pieces ½ -medium onion, peeled and thinly sliced, or cut into any desired shape (you can even use green onions) 6 large eggs 6 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese 1/2 cup soft goat 2 teaspoons tablespoons honey ½ cup milk 3 tablespoons minced fresh rosemary, plus extra for garnish 2 teaspoons dried thyme Pinch of Himalayan sea salt and black pepper DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. ​ 2. Prepare all vegetables. Slice the parsnip into thin round slices using a mandolin or sharp knife. ​ 3. In a 10-inch skillet, melt 1.5 tablespoons butter over medium heat. Add asparagus, onion and parsnips. Cook until tender, about 5 minutes, stirring/tossing occasionally. Arrange vegetables into an even layer in the pan and remove from heat. ​ 4. Crack the eggs into a separate bowl, add 4 tablespoons Parmesan cheese, the herbs, milk, and a pinch of salt and pepper, whisk until well blended and frothy. Pour over the vegetables in the pan and return to the stovetop over medium heat. ​ 5. As the mixture cooks and becomes firm around the edges, loosen the edges from the skillet using a heatproof spatula, this will allow the uncooked eggs to flow underneath. Continue to cook for another 2-3 minutes. ​ 6. Sprinkle the remaining Parmesan cheese over the top of the frittata and transfer to the oven on the top rack. Bake until the egg mixture has completely set through – about 7 more minutes. Remove from the oven BE CAREFUL OF THE HOT PAN HANDLE. Give the pan a shake, if the center of the egg mixture jiggles, return to the oven for another 2 minutes, or until the middle is set. ​ 7. Loosen the frittata from the skillet using a heatproof spatula. Whip together the goat cheese and honey and lightly smother the top of the frittata with the goat cheese and honey mixture. Sprinkle with remaining herbs for garnish. Slice in triangles like a pie and serve warm.

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