Jenny Lieberman

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Jenny Lieberman is a recipe developer, certified group fitness instructor, and recent high school graduate from Boca Raton, FL. She loves all things health and wellness, so you will probably find her looking up the newest food and fitness trends. She is currently on a gap year program at Midreshet Torah v’Avodah (MTVA) in Jerusalem, Israel. Jenny will be attending the University of Maryland, College Park, starting Fall 2021. You can follow Jenny on her Instagram healthy food account (@toomuchonmyplate_) to see more of her recipes!
Some days you have time for an hour-long cycle or strength class at the gym, but more often than not, you’re short on time and are just looking to squeeze in a fast and effective workout. A common misconception when it comes to working out is that you need...
Arguably one of the best parts about the cold winter months are the side dishes, especially the roasted vegetables. All three of these dishes are quintessential winter sides that scream lit fireplaces and cozy blankets. Sometimes, these winter dishes can feel heavy and a little bit too indulgent. To...
Properly fueling your body after a workout is just as important as fueling it beforehand! During any kind of workout, you are likely elevating your heart rate and working an array of muscles. All of this contributes to the use, and therefore the loss, of energy. To adequately replenish...
It’s not every year that the Gregorian and Jewish calendars align to bring Thanksgiving and Hanukkah together. So when it does happen, it calls for a celebration! It's the perfect way to celebrate your Jewish and American heritage at the same time. While the two holidays do not perfectly...
If this is the first time you are hearing of farro and rye, you’re not alone. While the concept of cooking grains may seem unfamiliar and daunting, once you learn the basics, you’ll be a grain connoisseur. There is no shortage of grain variety, but for the purposes of...
A well-stocked fridge should have a few essentials, salad dressing being one of them. No, we’re not talking about store-bought dressings with sugar and canola oil listed as the first two ingredients, but the real, homemade dressings with healthy oils and fresh ingredients. Salad dressings are one of those...

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