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Roasted brussel sprouts with pomegranate

I’ve planted brussel sprouts in our garden earlier this year with the hopes I would have some to harvest for Thanks Giving dinner. Well that didn’t work out so instead I bought some local ones at the farmers market. Brussel sprouts used to be one of two vegetables I was …

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Coconut lentils

I have determined  that we kind of  obsessed with kombucha here. Amanda and I drink at least one a day so now I wonder if I should start making my own since they are so pricey. If someone has a kombucha recipe please do share!!! I found a recipe for …

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Cranberry spelt baguettes

This is a bread I bakes last weekend and it’s one of my favorites now and I will bake this again for Thanksgiving. I like baking and cooking with spelt flour since it better for you. Whole wheat spelt flour is more nutritional than white spelt flour but by using …

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Braised red cabbage and apples

Fall is all about warm colors, warm fires and warming food such as braised cabbage and sausages. I found vegan beer brats and I love the combination of salty/spicy with sweet & sour taste of braised cabbage. Bella did not like the sausage but loved loved the cabbage and ate …

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Orange ice cream

We had a very lazy morning at home where both kids still wore their sleepwears at lunch time, good day indeed. I went for an amazing massage with Andrea Liddle and now James and Bella have gone swimming while Noah is sleeping. We’re planing to go out for a short …

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Ginger bread muffins

We woke up to a rainy day but we love it because we know it means tons of family fun times indoors. We also are getting a lot of things around the house we been putting off such as cleaning the garage and organizing Bella and Noah’s toys. Me and …

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Honey lime marinade

Great morning because I can breath through my nose again thanks to an amazing acupuncture treatment by Jackie Bensinger at Vibrational Healing Art. We don’t take very much pharmaceutical drugs at home but rather trust in natural healing through herbs, food and acupuncture. I think it works because our kids …

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Spelt berry risotto

!’m finally feeling better today because I woke up without a fever for the first time in four days. Perfect timing too since James left early this morning for a business trip.  I made risotto yesterday but made it more healthy by using spelt berries instead of white rice. The …

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Flu and healing juice hopes

Well I guess I have the flu and I still feel terrible. I’ve tried almost everything to get better; acupuncture, herbs, yoga and now wheat grass and veggie juice. So far nothing has worked so I guess I’m just on for lots of rest, HA not easy with two kids. …

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Broccoli cheese pasta sauce

Here I’m down for the count with a major cold. So annoying when I have so much work to do. Yesterday when I arrived home from my yoga class I was miserable and not hungry at all. Unfortunately my family still looked for me to cook them dinner so I …

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