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Yogi Clothing Review and Grain Free Grilled Cheese (coconut flour flatbread – black pepper and parmesan)

December 31, 2012

This feels like a random combination of content for a post, but I’m pretty sure if I don’t just talk about it all in one post, something will get neglected later… Yogi Clothing I was sent some great stuff by the company to try out and wear… and I want to show it to you! [...]

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A new snack, a new appreciation for riesling, and a new workout tool

September 23, 2011

I’m running around like crazy this week…not to say that some of it isn’t for fun! A new client of mine and I were exploring ideas for better afternoon snacks—ones that don’t mess so much with blood sugar (like chocolate covered pretzels). I came up with these (and named them J Balls, after my client): [...]

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It’s Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Friday!

April 30, 2010

If you have not watched the Food Revolution series, please add it to your queue!  This should accompany Food, Inc., King Corn, and if you want to see some really crazy graphic (horrifying) stuff, Earthlings. I watched the trailer for Earthlings and that was enough for me! Anyway, Food Revolution is both eye opening and [...]

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No More Trouble Finding Tabbouleh!

April 19, 2010

Every time I crave tabbouleh I go to Aladdins Natural Eatery in Schoen Place and purchase two orders for carry out… and then gobble it all up as soon as I get home.  I’ve tried finding it in local grocery stores- I’ve searched and asked and begged some stores to carry it. I never took [...]

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March 17, 2010

I’ve been making salad dressings lately—-and using recipes to do it.  In the past, I’ve tried the approximation method with dressings and I’ve learned my lesson.  It rarely works for me (and generally ruins my salad) when I just dump things in that sounds like they might go well together. My last two dressings were [...]

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Kitchen Sink Hummus

March 2, 2010

(This is a duplicate to my post on my own blog; Lisa asked that I share it with all of you.  Enjoy!) I’ve been desperate to make hummus in my new food processor since the moment I arrived home with it.  I’ve had two recipes (both raw, vegan and gluten free) that I’ve tried previously, [...]

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February 19, 2010

If you’ve known me for a while, you may recognize this smoothie…it’s the Avocolada!  I have used a version of this in smoothie demos, and usually get mixed reviews—-people who don’t like avocados tend to go into it thinking they won’t like it.  And they don’t. I love it, even though this recipe made about [...]

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February 16, 2010

I decided this will be smoothie week.  Not green smoothie week—just Smoothie Week.  So everyday, I’m going to make up and post a new recipe.  But I’m counting the Valentine’s Day smoothie twice (Sun and Mon), just because it was so good. Today’s smoothie is not as beautiful as I had hoped, but it tastes [...]

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Valentine’s Day Smoothie

February 14, 2010

I got a smoothie recipe from Sarma at a couple days ago—and I really wanted to try it for Valentine’s Day.  Why?  It’s pink, plus I wanted Joe to try it and I figured he wouldn’t say no if I acted like it was made specially for him.  And it was, kinda. Anyway, I [...]

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Super Smoothie

December 19, 2009

This smoothie is packed with great things and it tastes amazingly good—I swear! In the end, it turns out as sort of a light green with pink specks. Grape seeds: Antiallergenic, antioxidant, anti-histamine, anti-inflammtory, anti-stress….plus a blood vessel, bone builder, and improves blood flow! Watercress: High in vitamins B6, B1, B2, E, C, manganese, fiber, [...]

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