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Our Favorite Dallas Food Instagram Posts from the Week

Because it's fun to see what other people are eating.

One of the best ways to scope out hot new restaurants and food trends in Dallas is by following area eaters, chefs, and food snobs on Instagram. We’re going to feature a handful of local ‘gramers each week on SideDish. Because it’s fun to see what other people are eating.

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The sashimi platter at @kabukirestaurants is raw-some!

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Sunday’s are for pancakes! But you know I always need to add veggies to everything right? Such a simple Sunday breakfast. Here’s the deets👇🏼 . I used one box of @simplemills pancake mix, followed the instructions on the box, and add two handfuls of spinach, dash of cinnamon, scoop of collagen peptides (optional), splash of vanilla extract all in a blender and blend. Pour on griddle and top with homemade strawberry yogurt and chia seeds. . Homemade strawberry yogurt: one container of yogurt to choice ( I used plain grass fed yogurt) and 10 strawberries and blend in blender until smooth. You can add a splash of maple for extra sweetness if needed. . #dallasblogger #hiddenveggies #veggieloadedpancakes #simplemills #dallasfoodie #cleaneating #glutenfree

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Let’s talk about food ✨ I’ve been loving podcasts lately. Today, I found a new podcast by @georgiestevenson called @riseandconquer.podcast and let me tell you! It’s a good listen. On the podcast, Georgie was talking with a nutritionist. They discussed calorie counting, fad diets, and more. At first, I didn’t think that it would really pertain to me, because everything is always about losing weight. But the discussion was much more than that and made me stop and think. It’s so easy to get hung up on our goals that we end up hindering ourselves from actually achieving them. Let me explain, I really want to gain weight. I’ve been focused on making sure I am eating a lot of calories. The issue is I get so obsessed that I have forced myself to eat more, even when I am super full. I calculate everything and try to find things with the most calories. This may not be like most people where they try to find the lowest calories, but it’s just as unhealthy. I want to eat foods that fuel my body and help me grow, not just to “get in the calories.” I don’t know what you’re struggle with, but just know every single person has a struggle (whether they tell you or not). We all need someone who is willing to listen. Whether your struggle is food or something else, I believe God cares about even the little things that get us down.

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Gorilla fries @dillasquesadillas!

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It turns out what I was craving was a miso stir fry, not necessary the exact meal I posted earlier. 😊 I had cooked chicken and half a red cabbage in the fridge, and always have my essentials for a strir fry: miso and umeboshi paste from @miraclenoodle, toasted sesame oil, rice vinegar, coconut aminos. I mixed them all with a little bit of water. Cut the red cabbage in big chunks and sauteed it in avocado oil, then added a little bit of water to the pan for some steam (I prefer this method, closer to braising, than the traditional stir fry that involves very high heat). Added the shredded, cooked, pastured chicken (about 2 oz), took off heat and added the sauce, the toasted sesame oil and ground pistachios. Miso and Umeboshi are fermented foods and therefore alive, if we expose them to too much heat they will die, hence most of the time I add them at the end. Oh, and don’t forget, when you are cooking cruciferous, always add a sprinkle of mustard powder, it adds back the sulphoraphane in cooked cruciferous (tip by @maxlugavere). 😎 Aren’t the simplest meals the bestest? 🤓#plantparadox #theplantparadox #plantparadoxrecipes #plantparadoxprogram #lectinfree #lectinfreerecipes #healthyfoodie #guthealth #guthealing #antiinflammatorydiet #antiinflammatoryfood #healthyrecipes #eatrealfood #dallasfoodie #romanianfoodie #intermittentfasting #foodismedicine #glutenfreecooking #cruciferous #redcabbage #miso #integrativenutrition #umeboshi #miraclenoddles #creativeinmykitchen #thelongevityparadox

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