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Find original, delicious, for any diet recipes & a few sweet family favorite treats. Plus blog posts about food, nutrition and health.

We provide high quality, made from scratch, healthy recipes and sweet treats for you to enjoy. Its healthy. Its Sweet. Its All We Eat.

Hi, I’m Marina. The owner and founder.

I am so glad you took the time to stop by and treat yourself to some of my creations. I am here to fuel you with easy and quick homemade (mostly healthy) recipes! I came to understand that when cravings come knocking and you’re tempted to snack on less healthy food, knowing how to quickly prepare a filling and nutritious salad can help keep those cravings at bay. That is why you will find so many salad recipes here! And not only. AllWeEat.com is filled with tasty and nutritious recipes with some sweet treats!


My parents came to the US from the USSR, giving up their birth home passports, when I was 6 years old. They brought 4 young girls and a rug (and a little more). With just a few English words, they worked hard and now happily retired in the tropicals. ☀️ 

I met my husband back in 2005. We talked on the phone daily and saw each other three times before we got married. We are blessed with three boys and a baby girl. 

Image Cooking meets Salad Menu

I started a food blog (imagecooking.com) back in 2013, with the help of my sister-in-law. To save our Russian food recipes for easy access while grocery shopping for ingredients. Plus, it gave me something to do while raising my three boys at home. It turned into a hobby for me whenever I had the chance. Later, I started trying out diets to lose extra baby weight without really understanding how the foods I was eating affect my health. That is why I decided that I wanted to know more about nutrition. I completed my studies as a Certified Nutrition Expert from the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, and later, I also erranded my Plant-Based Certificate from a different school.

During my studies, I realized how unhealthy I was eating. So I opened up a new food blog Saladmenu.com, where I provided my new healthy recipes of delicious salads, soups, and drinks. Plus blog posts about food, nutrition, and health. Later on, I added some specific diet recipes and some Friday treats. 

For the longest time, I thought about combining my two sites—all my recipes in one place. After many failed ideas and attempts, I understood that the best way is just to rebrand. New name, new vision. So this is AllWeEat.com, so glad you read this far. ? Welcome to my new site!

I Went Sugar-Free for a Year

First off, sugar isn’t necessarily bad for you—it’s the way that we have been consuming it that can be detrimental to our health. While naturally occurring sugar in fruits and vegetables is part of a healthy diet, added sugar can lead to diseases and illnesses. It is also easy to consume extra calories when eating foods that are sugar-sweetened and makes us crave more sugar. I have been on and off sugar throughout my health journey, but on January 7th, 2019, I went sugar-free for a year, four of the months I was pregnant. After the one-year challenge, I continued to eat less sugar than before; that is why you will find many natural sugar recipes here, such as fruits, vegetables, honey, dates, and maple syrup. 

The Team

Albina is also a Culinary Nutrition Expert, so go ahead and ask all your healthy food questions in any of our social media outlets. She is actively working there so make sure you don’t miss any of our health tips, news, or recipes.

I have been going back and forth about videos. I just thought there needs to be a young, fresh face on youtube creating food recipes. Daniel, my son, loves cooking my recipes, so I think he is perfect for the job. He is so fun on camera. Make sure to subscribe to our youtube channel to check him out weekly.

The Team




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Recipes for Long Living

We strive to redefine the standard of recipes.

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Amazing Recipes

Some of my recipes are passed through generations while others are freshly created in the kitchen from scratch. Tested by family, friends, and acquaintances. My recipes may help you try and live a healthy and sweet life. If you make any of my recipes, I’d love to see pics of your creation on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Step by Step Instructions

Find easy follow step-by-step instructions for every recipe. Detailed steps can also be seen through our videos and photos. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have a question about a recipe.

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Reviews and Advice

Trust will help us foster a positive and productive environment of reviews and suggestions for you to view. Leave a review for others and feedback for the chef.
In addition, this site includes my own research and opinions about ingredients and products. Most of my recipes healthy focused —some target specific diets, and some just satisfy a sweet craving. Please talk to your doctor for professional medical and dietary advice. It’s up to you how many calories you bite.

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Affiliate Links

You’ll find links to some of items I love to use in my kitchen around the site, just to let you know, They are affiliate links. Meaning, I make a small percent when you click and shop.

More Than AllWeEat.com

In addition to blogging, I am a mother of four (three boys and a girl), and also own a nonprofit organization, Friendlyheart.org where we provide financial assistance, to widows and ill children. If you know anyone in need, reach out to me.

Want to share your experience in your kitchen? Comment or email me at hello@allweeat.com.

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