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Weekly Plant-Based Menu #23

New week and another busy one and we’re still working on lowering our food cost before Christmas by eating from freezer, garden and pantry. However do not feel sorry for us because we’re still eating really good and healthy vegan food:)               Monday Moroccan …

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The Wonderful World of Spinach 

By Larraine Roulston: For years we’ve been told to eat our greens — and for good reason. Dark greens are a good source of dietary fiber. In addition, they contain vitamins K, A (in the form of carotenoids), B1, B2, B6, E and C as well as iron, manganese, folate, …

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How to Become a Reducetarian

By Larraine Roulston: Meet the Reducetarians! They are the folks who lean towards being vegetarians but find it too difficult to make a full commitment. Personally, I love all-veggie meals and always order them in restaurants. I particularly enjoy dinners with my sister, who has been a true vegetarian for …

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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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Why Energy Drinks Are Bad for You

By Kim Robson: Once, on a long solo road trip, I picked up a Red Bull energy drink to help me stay alert. That was the one and only time I have tried an energy drink. It tasted so awful that I still can’t believe people actually drink that stuff …

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Weekly Menu 3

By Fredrica Syren: This week we’re spending parts in Paris so there will be many picnics while we’re out and about sightseeing. Usually that mean we make sandwiches or salads to enjoy in some park or something. I also always try to pack plenty of snacks but leave room for …

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Weekly Dinner Menu July 16-22

By Fredrica Syren: Bonjour! This week we’re in Cannes, France on vacation but we’re still cookin in our Airbnb even with a limited kitchen. It’s hard to be vegan in France and going to resturants at least here in Cannes but luckily there are lots of beautiful fruit, beans, bread …

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Homemade Popsicles and Best Nontoxic Popsicle Molds

By Fredrica Syren: We’re having some nice warm days here in San Diego. On these kinds of days, I love to treat my kids to ice cream or popsicles, but I’m not a big fan of store bought ice cream because it tends to contain too much sugar and too …

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The Amazing Flaxseed

By Larraine Roulston: Flaxseed has an interesting history. It was first cultivated in Babylon in 3000BC. Believing that it had strong health benefits, King Charlemagne during theearly Middle Ages passed laws requiring his subjects to consume it. Recently,the demand for flaxseed has increased. The Flax Council estimates that in2010, approximately …

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Healthy Substitutes for Baking

By Fredrica Syren: I love baking … Yes, I love baking cookies, cakes and bread. And … I love eating them. I’m one of those people who bakes when I’m sad or stressed or tired. Baking makes me happy. Unfortunately, eating all these baked goodies is not all good for …

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