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Chicken wings

There’s more of a buzz these days about eating organic and especially when it comes to eating meat, I absolutely agree. I knew a guy who’s parents had a chicken farm for a major American poultry producer and the chickens would go from egg to slaughter in 6-8 weeks! Yikes! That’s some serious hormone and [...]

Avoid HFCS

I am not a fan of processed foods. Therefore I’ve never trusted high fructose corn syrup. My instinct was right, follow the link to a scary video all about it by brasscheck tv.


One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well. – Virginia Woolf


Americans need to eat more dates. Why you may ask? Because we are a culture addicted to refined sugars and we need to eat less of them. Dates are very sweet but the sugar is natural and unprocessed so you can fulfill your craving for sweet without doing bad things to your body. They’re very [...]

Corn and your pets

Corn and derivatives of corn like corn gluten meal is found in many dog and cat foods, it is used as an inexpensive filler. Sounds OK right? Sure, until you find out that corn is one of the biggest allergens for dogs and cats. Get out your pet food and read the label. If you [...]

Roasted Veggies

This is something I do all the time. It’s really simple and tastesĀ out of this world.

Eat the seasons

What does that mean exactly? Most of your food should be grown in a 100 mile radius of your home, so food becomes seasonal, like it’s meant to be. Mother Nature’s pretty brilliant, she sets us up with what we need when we need it in order to keep our bodies healthy and strong. Check [...]

  • Jan 19th, 2009
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No time for oatmeal? Nice try.

I love oat groats and steel cut oatmeal but I’m not organized enough in the morning to cook, especially for 45 minutes to an hour before I’ve got to get to work. If you’re like me, try this little trick I learned to make a really good breakfast virtually painless in the morning.


We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons. -Alfred E. Newman

How do you milk a Brazil nut?

Put on Samba music and use teeny tweezers gently… Thank you thank you, I’m here all week! When I was going to school one of my friends would rave about brazil nut milk. I always thought it sounded great, but how do you do it? Good news is it’s really easy, like scary easy.

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