"Fall harvest and cooler weather bring a slew of new delicious produce for autumn recipes,” said Certified Nutritional Consultant and Co-Founder of Project Juice, Lori Kenyon Farley. “I grew up in the Northeast, picking apples from the local orchards and grapes from the vines in our backyard. On Saturday mornings, our house would be toasty and smell delicious from the combination of apples and cinnamon, cumin and chili, and chicken roasting in the oven. There was no mistaking the season. Cooking and baking with seasonal ingredients is the easiest way to embrace the change in seasons and it means you are using fresh locally grown produce, which will be most nutritious and least costly.”
With that tip in mind, be sure to keep an eye out for these in-season superfoods, which were chosen by top dietitians and nutritionists.