Better Nutrition

2 Tbs. organic extra virgin olive oil 1– 2 small shallots, minced 4 cups ¾ - inch butternut squash cubes 2 pinches ground nutmeg 1 bay leaf ( optional) 6– 8 fresh sage leaves, cut lengthwise into thin strips ⅔ cup organic gluten- free chicken broth Unref



A day or two before Thanksgivi­ng, pick up your turkey and perishable items. Currently, the only vegetables that can be GMO that you need to beware of are zucchini, yellow squash, and sweet corn. Instead, focus on naturally non- GMO green beans, broccoli, sweet potatoes, potatoes, and acorn squash. Even mashed caulifl ower, a low- carb substitute for mashed potatoes, is naturally non- GMO. Finally, enjoy the holiday knowing that you, your family, and your guests are avoiding not just problemati­c gluten, but also GMOs. This is a great feeling when you realize that GMOs were never a hidden part of a Thanksgivi­ng feast until a little less than two decades ago.

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