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Five Packaged Foods You Never Need To Buy Again

By Fredrica Syren On www.grist.org I came across a list of five food items you can make yourself and never have to buy again. I was intrigued. I love the idea because it will save money, health and of course the environment when you eliminate all the packaging and wrappings. Check out the list with easy …

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Creamy Broccoli Soup, When a Fast Meal is a Must!

Have you had one of those days when it’s lunch or dinnertime, kids are starved and cranky so you need to put food on the table ASAP? Well I have a lot of those days and that’s when it’s so hard to make something nutritional and not go for processed …

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The Many Wonders of Farm Fresh Eggs

By Fredrica Syren Cage free, organic, vegetarian-fed, omega-3 enriched. It’s a jungle out there, and it can be difficult to know which eggs are truly fresh and the best. Which eggs come from truly happy chickens that live a good, healthy life? Unfortunately, each label on an egg carton has …

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Breakfast of the champions—Power Porridge

We usually eat blueberry oatmeal for breakfast every day but since we all got sick and it’s not looking like we’re heading in the right direction I made super healthy oatmeal instead. I filled this porridge with tons of antioxidant rick foods to help us recover and off course to …

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Coconut Yogurt

By Fredrica Syren With everyone sick at home we’ll all been drinking coconut water to stay hydrated. My kids love drinking coconut water from actual coconuts so we got a couple for them at the farmers market. From the “leftovers” which is the coconut meat, I made yogurt last night. …

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Lentil Soup

By Fredrica Syren-Green Mom Because I’m on bed rest due to pre-labor, hubby has been my sous chef and we cook together. It means I’m in charge or all prep work and does that actually cooking with my supervision. He’s really getting into it and I was so surprised when …

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Kale: the New Beef

By Chef Centehua Kale is a gorgeous dark green or purple leaf form of cabbage. Kale is  part of the brassica family, as are brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and collard greens. A protein-rich food, kale is also high in iron, potassium, manganese, calcium, copper and other vitamins such as …

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Baked Egg and Avocado

By Fredrica Syren I bet you all are preparing for New Years Eve festivities by now but if you looking for something festive to eat for tomorrow breakfast to celebrate the first day of the 2013 here is a great one. This is a dish I made for Christmas day …

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Review of The Plant Cafe in San Francisco

Don’t forget about the giveaway of What to Expect When Expecting and What to Expect The First Year. All you have to do is post a comment with an explanation why you would like one of these books. This might be a great Christmas present.The giveaway ends on December 17th. By …

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Italian Neatballs in Red Sauce

By Fredrica Syren Finally fall came to San Diego, and this week has been rainy and cold. Rainy days make me want to sit in the kitchen and smell the aroma of hearty foods such as these Italian neatballs with a rich tomato sauce. I promise you, there was a …

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