Rinehardt Law - April 2020

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Sesame Zucchini Noodles

Inspired by PaleoRunningMomma.com


3/4 tsp fresh ginger, grated 2 cloves garlic, chopped 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar 3 scallions, thinly sliced

4 medium zucchini

Salt, to taste

3 medjool dates, pitted and softened in warm water for 5 minutes 3 1/2 tbsp creamy, unsweetened almond butter

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says. “We can’t do anything without these records, so I know how important it is. It’s proof of what happened.” Befitting her role, Faith also enjoys creating systems and getting things in order. Being organized is one of her strengths, and it’s definitely something we all appreciate about her! In her time here, Faith has seen the firm grow, and she appreciates how willing everyone is to pitch in. “Everyone is good about helping each other out,” she says. “We’re good at communicating and collaborating. It’s great to have an understanding, supportive team to work with.” When she’s not working, Faith enjoys going on adventures with her three sons, be it in the pages of a book or outside exploring the world. Her kids are avid readers, and they recently got into geocaching and have gone on a few outings. “It is really cool,” Faith says. “It feels like a treasure hunt.” These days, they’re finding ways to enjoy time together at home through reading the “Michael Vey” series they’ve gotten into recently and cooking. Faith also paints and refurbishes vintage furniture, which she sells through her Etsy site, PiecesByFaith. (Find more at PiecesByFaith.com.) It serves as a creative outlet and a way to share her talents with others. “It’s very different from what I do during the day, and I really enjoy that variety. I do a lot of custom work and refinish and paint vintage furniture,” Faith shares.

1/4 cup chopped almonds

3 tbsp coconut aminos

3 tbsp pure sesame oil


1. If you have a spiralizer, use it to cut zucchini into noodles. Otherwise, use a peeler. Salt zucchini. Allow zucchini to “sweat” out water for 1 hour, wrap in a paper towel, and squeeze the water out. 2. In a food processor, blend dates with almond butter and aminos until smooth. 3. Add sesame oil, ginger, garlic, and vinegar and pulse until sauce is smooth. 4. In a pan, sauté zucchini noodles until heated and slightly softened. 5. Toss zucchini noodles with prepared sauce and top with scallions and almonds.

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