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COOK 90 - Salad Power Sprinkle - RECIPE / Photo by Joseph De Leo, Food Styling by Anna Stockwell
These make-ahead components with tons of flavor and texture mean that lunches and speedy dinners can be ready in minutes.

Super Simple Overnight Rice Porridge.jpg / Photo by Aubrie Pick
This velvety Vietnamese rice porridge gets a deep flavor¡ªand a jump-start in cooking¡ªfrom soaking overnight in chicken or vegetable broth before simmering with fragrant ginger and scallions.

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Sweet and smoky roasted carrots are blended with chickpeas, almonds, lemon juice, garlic, and herbs¡ªit¡¯s the perfect companion to seeded crackers or good bread.

Parsnip and Butternut Squash Flatbreads / Photo by Faith Mason
Some of the easiest meals to prepare are those made from simple roast vegetables. They're no fuss and require minimal cleanup¡ªexactly what you need after a long day.

Spicy Carrot-Miso Dressing.jpeg / Photo by Anson Smart
This is just one version of Amy Chaplin's raw vegetable-based dressings from her book Whole Cooking Everyday. Made by blending vegetables with herbs and citrus juice until creamy, they are light, super flavorful, and addictive.

Roast Fish with Curry Butter / Photo by Marcus Nilsson, Prop Styling by Amy Wilson, Food Styling by Frances Boswell
Give vegetables a head start in a hot oven before turning the heat way down. Then lay the fish on top, and let everything finish cooking together.

Big Green Lentil Salad / Photo by Chelsie Craig, Food Styling by Michelle Gatton
Cool yogurt, crunchy seeds, and herbs turn lentils into a lunch salad you¡¯ll actually be excited to eat. Serve it with warm pita for swiping up the garlicky yogurt.

Soba Noodles with Crispy Kale / Photo by Chelsie Craig, Food Styling by Michelle Gatton
Nutritional yeast acts like a vegan version of Parm here, adding a hit of umami flavor that plays well with bitter kale and earthy buckwheat noodles.

Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowls / Photo by Steph Gaudreau
With lots of fiber and slow-digesting carbs, these breakfast bowls won¡¯t put you into a sugar coma.

All Day Every Day Sauce / Photo by Alex Lau, Prop Styling by Kalen Kaminski, Food Styling by Rebecca Jurkevich
Once you¡¯ve paired this sauce with all sorts of vegetables and proteins, reinvent it. Try adding chopped toasted nuts, minced tender herbs, spices (such as cumin, turmeric, or coriander), and/or finely chopped dried fruit (like raisins, apricots, and/or dates).

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