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Delicious Hemp Recipes

By · On 11/26/2013 · Comments (0)

Roasted Sweet Potatoes/Yams is delciious garnished with hemp seeds with Pecans with Hemp Seeds

Creamy, nutty, versatile hemp seeds is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. Tasty, too! Hemp seeds are loaded with Omega-fatty acids, fiber, protein, and is gluten-free and vegan. For healthy hair, skin, joints, pumping hearts and thinking brains; hemp is a perfect food to eat regularly.

I have created many delicious recipes for Nutiva with hemp seeds and hemp oil. Please enjoy them soon! Here are a few on my website to get you started Read More→

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Say No to GMOs

By · On 11/17/2013 · Comments (0)

Photo: What to look out for if you are trying to avoid GMOs, thanks to the Non-GMO Project. #GMOs

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Good and Bad Fats

By · On 09/13/2013 · Comments (0)

Sunflower seeds make great oilWe need a certain amount of healthy fats in our diets for energy, to help our bodies absorb Vitamins A, D, E and K,  keep us well lubricated and enhance our immune system. Some fats are saturated; some unsaturated, some from animals and some from nuts and seeds. Here’s my list of what fats and oils to stock for health and vitality. Read More→

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Edible Flowers on Salad

By · On 05/21/2013 · Comments (0)
Edible Violets on Vegan and Gluten-Free Beet and Cabbage Slaw

Sorghum Salad

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Have you used edible flowers to dress up a salad? It is really easy and fun. Add them whole or sprinkle petals on top of a salad. Spring violets add pizzazz to this delicious gluten-free and vegan beet and cabbage slaw.  As the seasons progress, you can change the edible flowers: red bee balm and yellow calendula petals are tasty summer treats.Whole lilies looks great on summer salads, too. Borage, marigold and anise hyssop are great choices in the fall. Read More→

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Knife Skills

By · On 05/16/2013 · Comments (0)
How to chop vegetables

How to chop vegetables

Point and Slide, forward and though. That adds speed, prevents chipping your knife and is easier on your wrist. Avoid up and down chopping. A knife is not a hammer. Read More→

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