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Pantry Makeover: How to Grocery Shop.

It has taken me a little longer than I expected get this post together, but I’m glad I waited. After doing a couple pantry makeovers, I have better insight to foods people have in their pantries and I feel I’m … Continue reading

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Pantry Makeover Part 1

Happy New Year! I hope everyone has a wonderful year. In the past, I would  always vow to lose weight and eat healthier. Of course I had no idea what healthy eating was, and never made any long term changes. … Continue reading

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Apple Cranberry Gingersnap Crust Pie(GF,CF, and Nut Free)

I baked my first gluten-free, casein-free, nut-free pie on Thanksgiving, and it turned out pretty good. I’m including the blog post in addition to the video, to make a couple tweaks to the recipe, to make it even better. If … Continue reading

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FatHead, Should you be avoiding Saturated Fat?

“The more saturated fat one ate, the more cholesterol one ate, the more calories one ate, the lower the person’s serum (blood) cholesterol.”-William Castelli M.D. Framingham Director One of my favorite documentaries is FatHead. I’ve probably watched this movie 10 … Continue reading

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Coconut Flour Muffins

Coconut Flour Muffins, are my favorite thing to bake. I’m always changing the recipe, depending on what I have on hand, and which fruits are available.         The Basic Recipe is as follows: Ingredients: 1/4th cup of … Continue reading

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Chili-Maple Syrup Delicata Squash with Pears and Persimmons

I purchased delicata squash for the first time last week, unsure how to prepare it I found a recipe in my Eating Well magazine, I made a couple tweaks to the recipe.  I was told delicata squash is nicknamed the … Continue reading

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Chicken Stock: How to Make it and the Benefits

Chicken stock or broth is very nutritious, simple to make, and something I think no freezer should be without. I use the Nourishing Traditions recipe. Chicken Stock Ingredients: 2-3 lbs of bony chicken parts, such as necks, backs, breastbones, and … Continue reading

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