We’ve selected 13 of our favorite pear recipes that are meat-free, filling, easy to make and loaded with flavor!
One of the most wonderful things about pears is that they are a safe food to eat for many special diets and for those with dietary restrictions. This includes gluten-free, and we have a large selection of gluten-free recipes to satisfy every craving.
Pears contain polyphenols, specifically flavonoids, which are naturally occurring antioxidants that may be beneficial for people with diabetes.
Keeping a well-stocked fruit bowl in plain view is one of the most effective ways to remember to eat more produce!
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For only 100 calories in a medium sized pear (about 166 grams), each pear packs in 21% daily value for fiber, 8% Vitamin C, 4% potassium, and a whole host of health benefits.
A plant-based diet doesn’t mean that you have to give up meat altogether if you don’t want to; it just means that your diet focuses mostly on plants.
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