Try Something New: Black Elderberry

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There has been some really nasty illnesses going around this winter. I have been exposed to people that have had the flu, strep-throat and the stomach virus. Besides knocking on wood, I am keeping my immune system boosted with juicing […]

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Stuffed Vegetables: Gemista

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Stuffed vegetables,gemista, are a delicacy of Mediterranean cuisine—-at least for those of us that love vegan dishes—or almost vegan dishes if we pair them with creamy, tasty Feta cheese! Many different vegetables can be stuffed—-peppers, squash, eggplant, and more. Bell […]

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A Juicing Neutralizer: Cucumbers

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Cucumbers are perfect to add to many juices whether they are cleansing juices or green juices—sweet or more bitter—add cucumbers to act as a neutralizer! Cucumbers are called vegetables but they are really fruit. More importantly they are almost 100% […]

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Cilantro Lime Rice Recipe

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Revamping menu staples with a simple twist on a simple dish can make all the difference when planning your menu for the week or the month. Bring some fun flavor to meals that might be becoming a little too typical. […]

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Work Week Menu Plan Week of 2/23/15

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We have had two snow storms in the last week. Due to scheduled school holidays and snow days, my boys haven’t been in school since February 12th! We are hoping the schedule gets back to normal this week as we […]

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Roasted Cauliflower Bites Recipe

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Cauliflower is such a versatile vegetable. It can be served so many ways! I admit that I have never been a huge fan of raw cauliflower. However, roasted cauliflower has become my go to vegetable as of late. Roasted cauliflower […]

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Homemade Naan Recipe

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Naan is a wonderfully moist, soft and delicious Indian flatbread easily recognizable by the brown bubbles that decorate its surface. They can be used to make personal pizzas, breadsticks, torn into pieces and dipped in your favorite dipping oil or […]

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How to Cut a Bell Pepper

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Our local grocery store always has peppers on the clearance isle for $0.99—for a mixture of four green, red, yellow, and/or orange peppers. Peppers are a great staple to have on hand. They are easy to wash, slice, and eat […]

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