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Snacks In A Jar To Go

By Fredrica Syren: I love using mason jars for my foods-to-go, so why not also make snacks in a jar-to-go? First, why make any food-to-go in a jar? I’m a very busy mom of three who is a business owner and has a husband who travels for work, so I …

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Homemade Energy Bars

By Fredrica Syren: I used to eat energy bars before I had kids. Considering they cost many dollars each, it for sure was an expensive habit and not very sustainable for either my wallet or the planet. These days, I really don’t eat individually packaged processed food, so power bars are something I would …

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Pre-Made Batch Meals from the Freezer

By Kim Robson: Sometimes we just don’t have the time or energy to prepare a meal from scratch. A great solution is batch cooking! Over the weekend, you can make several portions of your favorite recipes, and freeze them for your own do-it-yourself frozen dinners! The bonus: you know exactly …

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Benefits of Home Cooking

By Larraine Roulston :   Once you have decided to cut “convenient foods’’ from your diet, you will benefit from more wholesome meals that are better for your body, your wallet and the planet. You will also reduce the amount of packaging and discover that home cooking is relatively easy.  In order to reap the …

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Vegan Pesto Quiche

By Fredrica Syren aka Green Mom: I love Sundays because it’s the one day a week we don’t have to rush off anywhere and can take our time eating breakfast in peace. Usually on Sundays I like to make something little extra fun for breakfast and since there have been …

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The Healthy Bread – How To Bake Fermented Levain Bread

By Fredrica Syren: A couple of years ago my new years resolution was to start baking more bread and one of my favorite bread to eat is levain sourdough bread. Sourdough is hyped in Sweden where I’m from, and you find many versions of it everywhere – in restaurants, stores …

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Things to Do with Overripe Bananas

By Fredrica Syren, aka Green mom: I for one do not shy away from brown and overripe bananas. While average consumers turn up their noses at brown spotty bananas at the grocery store, I do a little happy dance. Overripe bananas are great and should never be thrown away because …

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Reduce Food Waste—Let Your Fridge Go Bare

By Fredrica Syren:  I used to love having my fridge and pantry fully stocked because it gave me so many options for cooking and we would eat well … or at least that’s what I thought. The truth is that there were days when I looked in the fridge and found “nothing to eat,” so instead we would go out to eat or I would even make another …

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Reduce Food Waste — Fridge Google

By Fredrica Syren: Ok, so how many times have you had a few different vegetables and other food items in the fridge, but you still stood there scratching your head because you didn’t know what to cook? And then, you either went shopping for more food to make a complete …

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Homemade Holiday Treats

By Kim Robson: This is the perfect time of year to hole up inside a warm kitchen and make goodies for family and friends. I especially enjoy puttering around the kitchen during football games. Right now I’m working on making acorn meal from all the nuts I collected over the …

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