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Pre-Holiday Cleanse

While we usually devote a chunk of January to getting ourselves back on track after the holidays, we thought we’d do things a bit differently this year. Have no fear, the annual goop Detox will be waiting to welcome you into the New Year, but we wanted it to feel a little less shocking. If you’re anything like us, you hit the holidays hard—holidays that seem to start earlier and earlier…putting them closer and closer to our summers of over-indulgence. We asked Dr. Junger and his team at Clean to help us put together a little jumpstart so that we can hit the party circuit feeling slightly more in check. This is not a full detox—and it’s not difficult. You also don’t need to buy anything special. It’s just a way to eat a little bit cleaner and more mindfully, while giving the wine bottle a bit of time off before it takes center stage. (We’ll be doing it with you @goop, starting on Monday, November 10th. #goopcleanse) Download cleanse now »

Some Clean Recipes To Get Started

Dr. Junger of Clean lends us a warm shake for winter detoxing.

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The idea here is to slow roast and caramelize half the carrots and keep the other half super clean. This gives a complex, layered taste to a soup with basically just one main ingredient.

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Coconut milk poaching is indulgent and super warming for this time of year. We found our way around fish sauce (which we love but is not detox friendly) by sneaking in a few anchovies at the end.

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We originally made a miso tahini dressing for this, but did some playing in the test kitchen and swapped the tahini for a sweeter balsamic – it ended up making the salad.

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A clean version of a Chinese take-out favorite.

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The miso sweet potato and broccoli add some substance to the mixed greens, making for a great lunch bowl. This would be just as tasty over grains.

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Dr. Junger of Clean lends us a warm shake for winter detoxing.

Get Recipe

The idea here is to slow roast and caramelize half the carrots and keep the other half super clean. This gives a complex, layered taste to a soup with basically just one main ingredient.

Get Recipe

Coconut milk poaching is indulgent and super warming for this time of year. We found our way around fish sauce (which we love but is not detox friendly) by sneaking in a few anchovies at the end.

Get Recipe

We originally made a miso tahini dressing for this, but did some playing in the test kitchen and swapped the tahini for a sweeter balsamic – it ended up making the salad.

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A clean version of a Chinese take-out favorite.

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The miso sweet potato and broccoli add some substance to the mixed greens, making for a great lunch bowl. This would be just as tasty over grains.

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