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Weekly Menu #29

Happy Monday! Here is my weekly menu.               Monday Buddha Bowl with brown rice, vegan chorizoand lots of veggies             Tuesday Pasta with Mushroom and Chive sauce             Wednesday Quinoa and bean tacos served with …

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Spring Class Schedule

We have some fun classes coming up this spring you don’t want to miss.           Essential oil make-and-take class for girls We will be making a perfume roller using see through rollers with crystals inside and a gold lid, a diffuser bracelet using lava beads and …

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Weekly Menu #29

A new week and another weekly menu.           Monday Yellow Lentil Dahl served with Lemon Rice             Tuesday Black Bean Chili           Wednesday Chili and Balsamic Roasted Vegetables and Beans Thursday Dinner at friends house Friday Pizza …

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Pad Thai Noodles in a Spicy Peanut Sauce

I love stir-fry noodles because it’s fast to make and it’s easy to add lots of vegetables to the dish.             16 ounces Pad Thai noodles 1 tbsp. coconut oil ½ cup mushrooms, sliced thin ¼ cup scallions, chopped 1 cup broccoli florets, cut into …

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No-Noodle Zucchini Zoodle Lasagna

By Fredrica Syren: A couple of days ago we harvested a huge zucchini from our garden used it as instead of lasagna sheets in an amazing harvest lasagna. The saltiness and crunch from the seeds make the lasagna in my opinion. We ate our lasagna with a huge mixed salad. …

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Why You Should Eat More Beans

By Larraine Roulston: When we enjoy more plant-based foods on our dinner plates, not only will we become healthier, but also our action will have a positive impact on the planet.For centuries, beans have been an important part of our diet. Beans and other legumes, such as chick peas and …

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Root Vegetable Red Curry

If you like us eat for the seasons then winter is when we eat most root vegetables and we even grow lots of them in our garden. They work great in stews and soup but our favorite way to eat them is in curry.             …

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Weekly Menu #25

First day in school for kids so that mean back to normal routines and a weekly menu again. This week I’m drawing inspiration from other food bloggers and having fun trying new recipes.               Monday Beet bourguignon served with roasted potatoes and braised beet greens …

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Lentil Shakshuka

Shakshuka is a tomato stew with middle eastern flavors and usually is cooked with eggs in the sauce. I make mine vegan by skipping the eggs and instead like to serve it with hummus and roasted potatoes and I add red lentils to sauce to add some more filling aspect. …

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Vegetable Hash

I’m a person who loves breakfast and brunch food and could easily eat that all day long. Vegetable hash is a known breakfast food here in the USA but in Sweden where I come from it more known as a lunch food and is called pytt-i-panna (small things in a …

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