How to Cook Jasmine Rice in an Electric Pressure Cooker

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Need a simple grain side dish that goes with everything? It’s time to learn how to cook jasmine rice in your electric pressure cooker. We’ll teach you how to use either the manual or rice setting to make it. In less than 20 minutes, it’s ready to serve or divvy up for meal prep. Get the how-to guide now.

How to Cook Beans to Reduce Gas

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Beans are a good plant-based source of protein that’s also high in healthy nutrients and dietary fiber. Yet, despite being inexpensive, many of us avoid them due to an unpleasant side effect of eating legumes: gas. Read more now to find out how to prepare and cook dried beans to make them easier to digest.

How to Cook Sushi Rice in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Learn how to cook sushi rice in the electric pressure cooker perfectly every time with this simple, foolproof method. It’s never been easier to make and there’s no need for a rice cooker. The perfectly sticky texture is ideal for making maki rolls, poke bowls, and more. Plus, you’ll love the delicious seasoning.

Sunday Salad with Einkorn Berries, Basil, and Honey-Lemon Dressing

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For a bountiful veg medley that will never let you down, this Sunday salad is your one-stop shop for delicious nourishment. Grab your go-to wooden bowl and start mixing things up. Heart-healthy einkorn berries add texture and protein, and a tangy lemon-honey vinaigrette brings everything together. Get the recipe now.

How to Cook Black Rice in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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If you haven’t tried forbidden rice, now’s the time to do it. Learn how to cook black rice in the electric pressure cooker in just 30 minutes. The unique flavor and extra antioxidants make this grain a must-try side dish – and it looks really cool on the plate, no matter what you serve it with. Read more now.

How to Cook Brown Rice in an Electric Pressure Cooker (Instant Pot Brown Rice)

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Forget about boiling water on the stovetop, it’s time to learn how to cook brown rice in an electric pressure cooker. This appliance simplifies the process of cooking this whole grain, and it comes out perfect every single time. Make it for dinner or cook a big batch for prepping meals throughout the week. Read more.

The Best Rice and Beans: My Mom’s Favorite Recipe

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Rice and beans is a filling and nutritious dish that’s easy to make. Plump and creamy legumes cooked with a delectable blend of spices are perfect served with fluffy white rice. Enjoy it as a side dish or make it the star of a family dinner. Read more now and learn how to make this classic Dominican recipe at home.

Pumpkin Kamut with Pecorino and Hazelnuts

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Love risotto? Then your taste buds are going to fall head over heels for this Pumpkin Kamut with Pecorino and Hazelnuts. Made with Kamut, a chewy whole grain, and fresh pumpkin, it’s a slightly healthier, fall-flavored twist on the traditional Italian dish. Read more now to add this recipe to next week’s meal plan!

Einkorn Salad with Radicchio and Walnuts

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Addictively crunchy and bursting with bright flavors, this einkorn salad makes for a stunning and nutritious side dish. Packed with fresh ingredients and lightly sweetened with honey, it’ll quickly become a family favorite. Paired with roasted chicken, it’s an easy, balanced meal. Read more to get the recipe now!

Quinoa Fried “Rice” with Mixed Vegetables for a Quick & Healthy Vegan Meal

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Great as a healthier side dish or as a vegan-friendly main dish with crumbled tofu, our quick quinoa fried “rice” with mixed vegetables comes together faster than waiting for takeout or delivery. All that’s standing between you and dinner is 25 minutes and six simple ingredients. Read more now to get the recipe!

Homemade Three Bean Salad for Parties and Picnics

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If you need a classic recipe that’s homemade, this three bean salad is one that’ll totally blow you away. The dressing is sweet and vinegary, making it the ideal pairing for whatever you happen to be cooking up this summer. It’s so much better than any premade version you can buy. Get the recipe now.

Hearty Tropical Black Bean Mango Quinoa

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Grain dishes don’t have to be boring. To prove it, make this hearty and tropical black bean mango quinoa recipe this week! The combination of spices, citrus, fruit, beans, and pseudograins will leave you in utter amazement that a simple and healthy vegetarian main dish could taste so darn good. Get the recipe now.