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Apple crackers

My kids loves home baked bread and crackers and since we’re all cooped up at home this weekend due to the storm me and Bella made apples crackers. These crackers and so easy and fast to make and I love them because they contain no sugar and are whole wheat. …

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Seitan in Balsamic Sauce

Balsamic vinegar is more than just a perfect addition to a salad dressing. I like using balsamic to make sauces because it adds a very nice sweetness to it. I served this dish with roasted potatoes and it was a super hit with both kids and adults alike. 1 tbs …

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eggless egg salad

This tofu based eggless egg salad is the perfect lunch or picnic food and super easy to make. I love placing it between fresh country bread, stuffed into a pita pocket or on the side of large mixed green salad. The recipe is originally Martha Steward’s Favorite Comfort Food cookbook …

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Fun for the Family

By Fredrica Syren Ahhh, I remember when St Patrick’s Day meant green beer and green clothes.  Back then I would never miss this day and nowadays there is always someone reminding me, and her name is Bella and she is five years old. This day sure has changed for me …

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Let nature be your gym!

By Kim Robson Staying in shape is one of our best insurance policies against illness.  Yet many, due to the recession, have had to give up gym memberships to save money.  Others, like me, just hate the idea of a gym:  all those machines remind me of hamster wheels;  the …

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Mustard baked temphe

I love Thursdays because it’s our date night and tonight we started out with a fun walk in Balboa park and ended with a nice dinner at Lotus cafe. For the kids and Amanda I made baked tempeh which was not Bella favorite but Noah loved it but then again …

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The Top Five Green Issues in the 2012 Election

By Fredrica Syren: It’s that time again when the media bombard us with election news.  Of course this time the main topic is the economy, so we get to know very little else about what the candidates stand for, particular regarding “green” issues.  By November, 2012, eco-minded Americans searching for …

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Carrot bread rolls

My dear friend Wendy who I’ve been writing about here before and I have a deal that we swap foods. I my case I’m really good at baking healthy and yummy breads so I do that for her and she cooks amazing raw food for my whole family, great deal …

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Let your natural beauty show–natural make-up

By Amanda Wilkes: Eighty percent of women wear makeup, but how many of us really know what we are wearing? It is shocking that we pay such little attention to the products we put on our faces yet focus so much time on preparing healthy meals, reading nutrition labels, buying …

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5 Minutes Tomato Sauce

You know one of those days when you have a crazy day and realize that dinner was suppose to been served already and you have two big eyed kids standing looking at you completely starved. That’s when you either go out for a not so healthy dinner or you have …

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