Monthly Archives: November 2011

Wild rice and mushrooms

TweetAre you looking for a light, seasonal lunch? This may just be what you are looking for. Wild Rice with Enoki Mushrooms (280 calories per person) Ingredients: 1/2 cup wild rice 3.5oz Enoki mushrooms 2 vegan bouillon tablets 2 tablespoons of a shallot 4 pressed garlic cloves 1 tbsp EVOO or Coconut oil Himalayan Salt …

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Eating To Live

TweetDid you know that the major causes of unhealth that result in 85 percent of all deaths are health issues that can be addressed through diet and lifestyle changes? The good news is that you can learn how to make healthy changes in your life, starting with learning how to eat to live. Proper diet is …

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Sprouted Whole Wheat Olive Oil biscuits (with a special New Zealand ingredient)

TweetAmazing!!! Let me just say that first. I believe these are so amazing because of the combination of the sprouted wheat and the Far North New Zealand Olive Oil. The Far North New Zealand subtropical climate provides one of the finest environments in the world for growing olives. Charles from Far North is so much fun …

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Thanks for giving me so much support (and bread)

TweetIt’s my favorite meal of the year… Thanksgiving. I give thanks to all of you, my amazing family… and of course all of the stuffing you can eat. We usually listen to Christmas music while preparing a big dinner for our family, but this time it’s just going to be myself, my husband and our …

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Homemade pasta

TweetA few weeks ago I found the most amazing find at the thrift store… We started out with 3 cups of organic whole grain flour, 1/2 tbsp of salt and started with 1/2 a cup of water and added into we got it to a dry hard dough. Then came the fun.  (BTW my husband …

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Healthy Ketchup (raw)

TweetI found this recently – and just had to pass it along. It’s just so tasty. This is an amazing healthy raw ketchup recipe that is going to become a family favorite. Studies involving the tomato have cropped up all over the world. Tomatoes are rich in lycopene and antioxidants. This ketchup makes for a …

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Monday Meal Planning

TweetI haven’t done a Monday Meal Planning for so long, I just a had to share. Monday: Quinoa tacos with cilantro pesto Roasted Kale Chips with Fresh Salsa Big Green Salad Tuesday: Slow cooked Sauerkraut Creamed Garlic Turnips Rye Sourdough  bread(yeast free) Wednesday: Tomato Bean Soup Whole Grain Rolls Thursday: Broccoli Stirfry Pineapple Bacon sausage …

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Ranch Breakfast

TweetYou know how your kids love love love you to make breakfast in the morning. How about an old fashioned Ranch breakfast? It’s eggs sunny-side up with Turkey Sausage, Amasi parfait, and Fresh Orange-Carrot juice with greens Ingredients: > Organic or pastured eggs > Turkey sausage > Fresh fruit > Amasai (or another cultured dairy …

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