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Weekly Menu #11

By Fredrica Syren: Finally I’m back in my own kitchen and wow it feels good after spending a week in a San Francisco airbnb that had only a small minimal kitchen making cooking a challenge. This week I’m home alone with the kiddos so I like food I can prep …

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Mexican Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

By Fredrica Syren: My dear friend Corri made these for me a couple of years ago and at that time I did not think I would like stuffed peppers but glad to say I was wrong. The nutty flavor of quinoa goes great with the sweet pepper.       …

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Baked Potatoes with 2 Fillings

By Fredrica Syren: Baked potatoes is a lunch food you will find in many restaurants in Sweden and while here in the USA baked potatoes is more a side dish, in Sweden they serve them as a main course with a fun filling and a nice side salad. In my …

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Tofu Yellow Curry

By Fredrica Syren: Curry is something I ate a lot growing up and now my family absolutely loves curries and any Indian food. We like yellow curry the best which technically I guess is more Thai than Indian but the balance between sweet and spicy is why we like it …

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Genetically Modified Food to Be Labeled by 2020

By Fredrica Syren: Due to cost, more and more of our foods are becoming genetically modified these days. Just a few years ago, the first genetically modified animal protein was FDA approved for sale in stores, and these days it’sin company with genetically modified salmon.The fact is that currently 60%-70% …

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Vegan Cheeze Sauce

By Fredrica Syren: This is a sauce I like to make up a lot of and keep in fridge because it’s so versatile and be used not only for mac and cheese but also drizzled over nachos or as a dipping sauce for roasted potatoes and vegetables. The possibilities are …

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DIY Bath Salts

ByKim Robson: I’m a huge fan of hot baths. Summer is always a sad time for me because it’s too hot for anything beyond a lukewarm shower. Taking a long hot soak is out of the question. (At least football season is starting!) But winter is coming, and then I …

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Zero Waste Traveling Tips

By Fredrica Syren: Living a zero waste life may be a challenge when you are home and in your routine, but is it doable when you get out of your comfort zone?  Traveling poses more of a challenge. My family travel every summer to Sweden since it’s where I come …

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Composting Poster Contest

By Larraine Roulston: The U.S. Composting Council is inviting entries for its 17th annual poster contest promoting the 2019 International Composting Awareness Week (ICAW) to be celebrated May 5-11. This year’s theme “Cool the Climate — Compost!” connects healthy soil to the climate. Composting returns nutrients to the soil, not …

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Weekly Menu #10

By Fredrica Syren: This week I’m traveling to San Francisco for the Global Action Summit so the kids and hubby are home alone and this is their menu for the week.  Naturally I have done lots of food prep and lost of kid’s favorite meals which are a chickpea curry …

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