Homemade Hydration: Nuun DIY Electrolyte Powder

You know you are supposed to hydrate.  You know sweat is salty and you should probably put some of that back in your body after a good run. 

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Easy Instant Pot Lentil Sloppy Joes (Vegan)

This easy Instant Pot Lentil Sloppy Joes recipe will have everyone coming back for seconds! It’s full of fiber, protein and iron, not to mention flavor. Grab a

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The Best Green Pea Walnut Pesto (Vegan, Oil-Free)

I love pesto, and grow lots of basil each year so I can make it ALL. THE. TIME. But typically pesto is full of oil, cheese, and pricey

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The Best Plant Based Protein Foods for Runners

Runners need more protein than those who don’t exercise. You might think it’s hard to get enough on a plant-based or vegan diet, but that is a myth!

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The BEST Recovery Bites for Runners

Recovery snacks for runners should be three things: simple, healthy, and delicious. These are the best recovery bites for runners because they nail all three! So when RunnersConnect

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Coffee Flavored DIY UCAN Race Fuel

[wprm-recipe-jump][wprm-recipe-print] I love coffee.  Probably even more than I love running. I drink about a half a pot of coffee most mornings, and if I’ve got an early

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Aquafaba Mango Ice Cream

Aquafaba is a miraculous ingredient.  The liquid from a can of chickpeas that you normally dump down the drain can be whipped into meringues, baked into cookies, and

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Make Your Own PB Chocolate Protein UCAN

As much as I would love to believe that people come to my site to read my sage training advice and chuckle at my endless witticisms, I (sadly)

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How to Make One of Nature’s Finest Post-Run Foods Taste Amazing

I don’t like watermelon. There’s something about its weirdly sweet flavor which is just, well, so watery. But my kids love it.  They beg for it.  They would

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Quick Holiday Recipe: Spiced Candied Nuts

How did Christmas sneak up on me so fast?  It’s almost here! With the temperature in Asheville rising into the 50s and 60s, it’s hard to remember that

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