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Happy New Year, all! I was stoked to be on board again this year to shoot Bon Appetit’s Food Lover’s Cleanse. As always, it’s an inspired collection of recipes and it’s approach to cleansing is very un-cleansy. It’s really about celebrating whole foods and taking a break from processed foods, most dairy, and most sugar. A great way to head into the new year.

Follow along with author and recipe developer Sara Dickerman’s daily cleanse diary here!

A few of my faves:

Omelet with Red Pepper-Walnut Spread. This spread is so crazy good, on almost any protein:

The Greenest Tahini, perhaps my new favorite dressing:

The lunches are all composed of leftovers from the night before’s dinner. Great inspiration for incorporating vegetables and protein into big, hearty salads. Carrots, Watercress, and Chickpeas with The Greenest Tahini Sauce:

And this ridiculously good chocolate bark! Seriously amazing stuff, and so easy to make. Coconut, Pistachio, and Cacao Chocolate Bark:

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  • Grubarazzi - This all looks SO good. Thanks for helping to inspire me with these gorgeous photos!ReplyCancel

  • Samantha - Excellent! I’ve been waiting for this.ReplyCancel

  • la domestique - I always look forward to the food lovers cleanse on BA, and your photos look fantastic as usual!ReplyCancel

  • Tabitha - Thank you! Thank you! Finally a cleanse that makes sense to me in a world of crazyfaddietfakefoodloseweightjanuaryshenanigans!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday - That red pepper walnut spread looks absolutely amazing! I can’t wait to try it. It almost looks like a meaty bolognese.ReplyCancel

  • erin @ yummy supper - Kimberley, delicious photos once again! It may be cliche, but I’m enjoying eating cleaner with the new year. After all the holiday indulgence it’s nice to give my belly a little T.L.C.
    Can’t wait to see you next week! xoxo EReplyCancel

  • sara - Gorgeous photos! We’re not doing the whole cleanse but we tried a couple of recipes this week and loved them…that red pepper walnut sauce is insanely good!!ReplyCancel

  • Golden - Stunning.. Really nice photos.. was looking all day for something like this, I can’t wait to try it.ReplyCancel

  • Ruth Leslie - I discovered Tahini when I moved around the corner from a Greek restaurant. It’s really delicious and actually very simple to make.ReplyCancel

  • Shari - Simply Shari's Gluten Free - Ahhhh! They all look amazing, but I’m off to get that green tahini dressing recipe right now. Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • EL - I love a lebanese dip/spread called muhammara. It is made from roasted red pepper and walnuts.ReplyCancel

  • Adam - These all look wonderful! I so want to try that chocolate bark!ReplyCancel

  • Adam - Really enjoyed reading your blog. Some really nice dishes and really impressed! Check out my blog as well, Hopefully we can share recipes!ReplyCancel

  • Chad - I just bought a new jar of tahini and will have to give The Greenest Tahini a try. Thanks for posting.ReplyCancel

  • Greg Urbano - They all look delicious but the chocolate bark is my fave!ReplyCancel

  • Perry @ Restaurants ketchum ID - I really appreciate how you pull out such a great dish that many people could learn to. You truly have inspired a lot of people who are into this thing too.ReplyCancel

  • Calvin - Very nicely done; the colors and lay out would probably be a good way to tempt kids into trying and finding more vegetables for their diet. Beautiful pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Canal Cook - This all looks gorgeous. I’ve been looking for healthy inspiration after a few busy months of eating way too much comfort food, these recipes look perfect.ReplyCancel

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