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Nut cheese stuffed dates

I was giving a friend a recipe for an appetizer and it was for nut cheese stuffed dates, which are one of my favorite ones to serve. The salty and sweet combination are wonderful and dates are so much fun. Dates are rich in antioxidants and its natural sweetness revitalizes …

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  By Amanda Wilkes: Until a few weeks ago, I associated eggs only with a happy holiday called Easter and funny riddles like Humpty Dumpty. I did not like the smell, taste, or even the look of eggs before I was introduced to an all new kind of egg, a …

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Rice pudding

Rice pudding is something we eat a lot of in Sweden for Christmas but I like making it as a special treat too. I like raisins in my rice pudding and I like it made with a hint of whipped cream to make it specially fluffy and rich. ¼ cup …

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Capers and herb bread

I was in the mood for fresh bread and I don’t know why but I felt like an olive bread so I though why not make an olive and herb bread to eat with our lunch of a large salad. Unfortunately I discovered that I ran out of olives so …

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Organic Gardening Information

I think most of you already know that I love gardening and I am the proud owner of a vegetable garden. I was so excited when I found this web page on Mother Earth News web site that has tons of information, advice and blogs of fellow organic gardens. Check …

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Heirloom tomato and bean salad

I don’t know what got it to me yesterday but all day I was dragging and feeling so tired. By 4pm I was looking at the time over and over again, just waiting to put the kids to bed so I could go to sleep myself. Well I fell asleep …

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Get Rid of E-waste the Green Way

By Fredrica Syren As technology is progressing quickly, e-waste is piling up in our offices and homes, or worse, in our landfills. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, over 200 million pieces of computer-related e-waste are being generated annually. Yet, only 18 percent is being recycled, which leaves over 150 …

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Nut ricotta stuffed nectarines

We had a very good friend from New York visit us and she is also a food-loving vegetarian so I was super excited to cook for her. I made a lot of small dishes made from vegetables from the farmers market; kale salad, tomato and basil salad, sprouts, bean patties, …

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Bourbon and Peach Glaze

This glaze I love brushing on pretty much anything I BBQ. I specially love it on spicy grilled seitan slices. Whenever you cook a glaze make sure to keep a watchful eye on the pot because it can burn in matter of seconds and then you have to start over. …

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Brush Clearing – Protecting Your Home From Wildfires

 By Kim Robson Here in Southern California, we’ve grown warily accustomed to late summer and early fall wildfires fueled by tinder-dry brush and Santa Ana winds gusting up to 70 miles per hour. In 2003, the Cedar Fire devastated most of San Diego County. Fifteen people lost their lives; 2,820 …

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