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Healthy Spring Rolls

I had cravings for spring rolls but not the fat that comes with it so I was determine to make my own and healthy spring rolls. I baked them instead of deep frying them. I truly believe the only thing that should be deep fried is french fries and I …

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Coconut Yogurt

Me and Bella went for an early hike this morning, well I hiked and Bella hung out in the stroller eating breakfast. It felt good to be out early in the morning and working out. But when I got home boy was I hungry. Luckily I had homemade coconut yogurt …

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Green Smoothie Turning Toddler Green

I love my green smoothies, especially when I have been to yoga and I’m not that hungry. I made one last night and Bella off course seeing this want some too. I really had my doubts she would like it but oh my she loved it. I don’t know why …

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Mucho grande latte, PLEASE!!!

My new thing in the afternoon now when I sit and work is latte in my new tall glasses with whipped milk with the help of my new small electrical whisk. I bought them both at Ikea and it cost me less than a latte from Starbucks. Now off course …

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Dijon creamy stew

You might already have read about my love for mustard and how well it works in food. Today I used Dijon mustard to make a wonderful creamy stew which we ate with pasta and broccoli. I used quorn for protein but you can easily use either beans, temphe, seitan or …

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Cashew butter

I’m having some technical difficulties with our camera so I apologies for the lack of pictures. I hope James will get it fixed by the weekend and I will add picture to the recipes. I know how much the pictures makes a difference. While in Sweden we had lunch a wonderful …

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Borsjtj

No it was not a misspelling it’s a actually one one my favorite soups, a Russian beet soup. It’s great and hardy soup to eat when it’s cold outside. However, here in San Diego we’ve been having fabulous weather and high temperatures but that did not stop me I was …

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Vegan Sushi

I’ve been craving sushi for awhile but off course it’s not so fun eating it when you can’t use soy sauce. But today I decided to make some vegan sushi with a lot of vegetables in them and I came up with a wasabi sauce to dip the rolls into. …

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Kiwi Poppy Seed Dressing

When we lived in Encinitas one of our favorite places to eat was a place called Honey’s. They the best salad called a Vogue Salad. The salad in it’s self was pretty simple; greens, tomato, different spouts, red peppers, cucumbers and sunflower seeds. What makes the salad special is the …

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Sweet & Sour Sauce

Some days when inspiration is on vacation and I have absolutely no idea what to feed my family I simply steam some vegetables and rice and add some sort of protein (e.g quorn, tofu, beans etc) and add sweet & sour sauce. It’s a very nice sauce and it’s so …

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