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Benefits of Soaking Rice

By Larraine Roulston : New studies have revealed that arsenic from industrial toxins and pesticides found in soil will contaminate rice. Researchers from UK’s Queen’s University Belfast found that soaking rice overnight will significantly reduce the level of the toxins. Researcher Andy Meharg demonstrated that by boiling rice with five parts water to one part …

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Arsenic and Rice — The Poisonous Truth

By Fredrica Syren: Rice is a staple crop and the dietary foundation for many of the world’s population. I for one love rice. No wonder it is so popular: it’s an excellent source of energy, is packed with vitamins and minerals, and provides an excellent source of vitamin E, B …

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One Pot Wonderful

By Dawna Matthews It’s often difficult to do all the tasks and activities we have on a daily basis. One of the most important things on my to-do list is to make a delicious meal for my family and I to enjoy. I find it easier to have a menu …

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Skip the Mooo– Delicious Non-dairy Milk

By Asha Kreiling Whether you’re intolerant, allergic, or simply have grown averse to conventional dairy milk, there are plenty of delicious alternatives. Conventional cow’s milk sold at grocery stores typically comes from industrialized dairy farms where cows are over-milked and live in crowded, stressful conditions. Inflamed udders, disease, infection, and …

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Benefits of Buying in Bulk

By Asha Kreiling The first time I walked into a Henry’s Market (now called Sprouts) and saw the aisles of bulk foods, I was a little perplexed. The only bulk food dispensers I was accustomed to seeing at the time were the ones of my childhood that were filled with …

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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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Late night dinner for one

On Tuesday night after I had cleaned up the kitchen and was ready to head to bed I got a text from my late working husband asking if there were any dinner leftover for him. Unfortunately I didn’t expect James to eat at home so there was no food left …

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Cheesy Brown Rice Pilaf

Both kids were home yesterday all day because Bella has strep again sighL Bella wanted rice so I made rice and vegetables for lunch, which may sound, quit boring but think again because it was delish. 1 tbsp. canola oil 1 garlic clove, grated ½ cup grated rutabaga 1 cup broccoli …

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Yellow lentil dahl and lemon rice

Here is the recipe for the dahl and lemon rice I made the other day. Today is a cold a gloomy day, served best at home with a cup of hot tea. Noah woke up not feeling very well at all so I know my day will be long. Poor …

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Wild rice salad with a quick pickled onion

I posted late today and I apologies but life is hectic because now everyone in the family is sick so a lot of extra work on my part. The combination of hot and cold is marriage made in heaven in my opinion .So this warm flavorful wild rice and mushrooms …

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