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Yearly Archives: 2019

Salmon Teriyaki with Edamame and Rice Salad

Menu: Salmon Teriyaki with Edamame and Rice Salad Ingredients: 4-ounce salmon fillet 1 cup edamame and rice salad 1 teaspoon ginger-garlic teriyaki sauce 1 cup broccoli rabe/rapini Edamame and Rice Salad Servings: 18 (1/2 cup = 1 starch, 1 protein, 1 fat) Ingredients: 6 cups cooked brown rice (made ahead, cold) 3 cups cooked soybeans … Read More

Pride Month 2019

It’s Pride Month. This is the month when we celebrate who we are. This is the month when we remember the courageous, beautiful, fed-up people who took to the streets to defend themselves against police brutality. This is the month when we celebrate what it means to be ourselves, what it means to be able … Read More

Alcohol Consumption: Just a Habit, or More?

Hi, All! Stephanie F. here (there are two of us, you know) to talk with you a bit about alcohol use and eating disorders. While many people think of Spring Break, New Year’s Eve, and football games when they think of alcohol consumption, more than 50% of individuals who struggle with eating disorders also abuse … Read More

Mediterranean Feast

Ingredients ¾ cup diced tomatoes (if in season, otherwise replace veg) ½ cup cucumbers, diced 1 cup chopped lettuce ¼ cup hummus 2 oz chicken 1 tbsp feta cheese 2 kalamata olives 1 tbsp vinaigrette 1 pita (¾ of one pp, evoo, salted, grilled, quartered) 1 lemon wedge   Directions Toss cucumbers and tomatoes with … Read More

Gender-Inclusive Residential Treatment: Breaking the Treatment Binary

Although this is an essay, allow me to start as I do in all my presentations, by listing my privileges: I am a white, straight, cisgender, allosexual, mostly able-bodied, mostly neurotypical, financially stable, well-educated person. These are all things that have made it much more possible for me to be where I am in life … Read More