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"To make vegetables more exciting so you’ll want to eat more of them, combine different flavors and textures. For example toss greens with vinaigrette and add sliced avocado and slivered almonds. Sauté fresh zucchini and summer squash, and top with Parmesan cheese and crushed lightly salted pistachios. Slice tomatoes and fresh mozzarella, and drizzle with balsamic vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil, and serve on toasted crostini." –Jenny Shea Rawn, M.P.H., R.D., nutrition communications expert
Experts who make a living creating delicious, good-for-you food share how you can concoct the same fare at home
We asked pro chefs for their secrets so you can create delicious, good-for-you food at home.