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Veggies For A Day – 3 Plates Full?!

Did you eat a vegetable today? Can you remember it? Lot of people have trouble getting those 5 recommended servings of fruits and veggies each day. Many of the clients I see can manage to eat a piece of fruit each day. It’s not uncommon, however, to see people who can recall having eaten only …

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Gluten-Free Brownies From the Frugal Gourmet

This post is a re-blog from Nick, at Frugal Feeding, a favorite food blog of mine. Gluten-Free Brownies Specifically gluten-free fare isn’t something dabbled in particularly often at frugalfeeding. The fact these brownies contain no gluten is simply a product of my desire for the squidgy, dense and moist – enjoy. Gluten has many positive …

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Organic Veggies And Fruit On My Doorstep!

Your time is a valuable thing, is it not? My time is so valuable that I have decided to spend less of it doing things I don’t especially enjoy, such as grocery shopping. For several months now, I’ve been getting a nice amount of fresh, organic produce and also some meat from a local delivery …

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Recipe For a Healthy Immune System

This post is, in fact, a recipe. For food. I plan to continue to share recipes with you, and especially recipes for cultured foods. I personally eat cultured foods every day, and I recommend this practice to all my clients. And, since cultured foods are not so prominently featured in the typical western diet, I …

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6 Favorite Summer Drinks

In August, it gets hot. This has been true everywhere I’ve been during the month of August- the mid-west, the south, any place at all in the United States. Last summer, we were in Germany early in the month, and our German friends assured us it had been cool and rainy up until our arrival. …

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The Future (And Past) of Health Care

This post is not about politics, or pharmaceuticals or Western vs. Eastern medicine. I want to think even further into the future than most of the articles and interviews I’ve seen over the past few years. Or, maybe it’s not such a far-off future, after all. Research in epi-genetics and microbiology is turning up all …

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Sourdough Pancakes (Yum!)

In my household, I am considered an early riser. I get up between 6 and 7, which does not seem early at all to some of you, I know. Today, I decided to make sourdough pancakes, because I can start them early, let them sit until late morning, and then fix a sort of brunch …

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Swiss Chard Culture (A Recipe)

Here’s the recipe I mentioned in my post about using large quantities of spring greens. Perhaps this combination sounds disgusting to you. I mean, eating lots of green leafy vegetables is already an unappealing thought to some folks. But, if you are an eater of greens, or if you like garlic, or if you’re a …

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What Can I Possibly Do With All These Greens?

The garden is full. The fridge is full. Everywhere there are greens- kale, spinach, Swiss chard, lettuces, even dandelion greens. It’s a good season for cleansing, which is one of the things greens do very well. They are also full of numerous other super nutrients, as you probably were told by your mother. However, she …

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The Garden That Keeps on Giving

One of the best parts of spring is saying “hello” to all my favorite garden plants. I am not a lazy person; but I am especially thankful for the plants that appear of their own volition. Sometimes they come because they are perennials. Sometimes it’s one of those varieties that puts out hundreds of pesky seeds …

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