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Spring Green Pasta

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Spring has finally arrived, and with it come some spring and summer holidays and nice weather get-togethers, a perfect time for a flavorful and healthy-alternative pasta salad. This delicious pasta salad is a springtime favorite for many reasons. The artichokes and asparagus offer many health benefits and a healthy heaping of green, the color of […]

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Cacao (Carob) Mint Cremes

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This is a great tasting healthy version of traditional chocolate mints. The recipe originally came from Everyday Raw Desserts by Matthew Kenney. I made a point of trying it out first, especially since I wanted to offer you something festive feeling like chocolate but without chocolate (cacao), especially for those sensitive to chocolate, including myself, […]

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Spinach Strawberry Salad

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Print Spinach Strawberry Salad Category: Appetizers & Snacks, Recipes, Salads Ingredients Sesame seeds 1-2 tablespoons of coconut amino sauce 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar Minced garlic to taste Dry mustard to taste ¼ teaspoon marjoram ¼ teaspoon sea kelp Salt and pepper to taste ¼ cup of olive oil 1 bunch spinach, cleaned and stemmed […]

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RECIPE: Homemade Guacamole

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I love avocados!! They are such a nutrient booster. They allow for the body to absorb more fat-soluble nutrients. They also provide over 20 essential nutrients. They contain fiber, Vitamin E and B, and potassium. Did you know that avocado is, in fact, a fruit and that it has more potassium than a banana? It […]

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Asparagus Soup

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Asparagus soup is a great soup for spring and will be perfect for Easter. You can make it creamy by blending it with soaked almonds if you do not have a non-dairy milk, and below is a quick and easy video I made on how to make the milk yourself. You can even make your […]

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Tofu Fried Rice

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This week’s recipe is a delicious and simple Tofu Fried Rice Recipe. This recipe contains a controversial food: soy.  Soy has been vilified as an evil food in the in autoimmune and functional medicine communities. While it is not for everyone, and it is a common allergen, for people that do not have sensitivity to […]

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Eggplant Cantonese

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When you think of February you think of the colors pink and red for Valentine’s Day. Many don’t think of Amethyst the birthstone color for February. So, in honor of the last full week of February, yes, I said it the last full week, I want to introduce a Purple inspired recipe using eggplants! This […]

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Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding ~ Gluten Free and Vegan

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It is interesting how Valentine’s Day has taken Poland by the storm. I do not think we celebrated it when I was growing up, but now it is as popular in Poland as it is in the US. Chelmno in west-central Poland is called the town of the people in love and it is good […]

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Vegan Mushroom Risotto

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If you are planning to surprise your Valentine and make a dish at home, this vegan mushroom risotto will be a great choice. It’s rich and savory without needing the traditional Parmesan, especially if you take a little extra love in making a homemade stock. Remember that mushrooms have the yum factor from glutamic acid, […]

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Perfect Steel Cut Oatmeal

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This recipe for perfect steel cut oatmeal is very versatile and it can be used with other gluten free grains. It is a very well balanced meal that will provide energy till lunch and will keep blood glucose even. This recipe is appropriate even for pre-diabetes. Just remember to use 100% whole grain. Investigate other grains […]

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Potato Parsley Soup

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When the temperature goes down, people want to eat warm, tasty foods like soups. But, it turns out that soups are great even during summer months. This is especially true when it comes to potato parsley soup which contains a huge number of healthy ingredients. The Power of Potatoes It is obvious that potatoes are […]

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Lentil Cauliflower Curry

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Lentil and cauliflower curry is a recipe inspired by the famous Indian cuisine. This is a recipe that unites healthy and tasty ingredients. Cooking with Cauliflower = Yum! “Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education” – Mark Twain Cauliflower belongs to the same cruciferous family as Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and cabbage. Therefore it […]

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