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Monthly archive for January 2012

Soups

This could be a soup or enjoy it over pasta, brown rice, chicken or shrimp

  Roasted Red Roma Tomato Soup Tomato soup is a familiar and beloved comfort food. In this version, roasting the tomatoes in the oven (or using canned roasted tomatoes) can lessen their acidity and add natural sweetness. The tomatoes blend beautifully and colorfully with the carrots in

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Adrenal Fatigue vs Thyroid Dysfunction?

Adrenal Fatigue vs. Thyroid Dysfunction: How to Tell Posted by Christy Goldfeder on March 4, 2013 If you’re frequently tired, have the blahs, and feel like it’s difficult to keep weight off, you may be experiencing the winter blues if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere. Or it

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2012-12-01 A Holiday Season with Less Stress

The holidays can be a joyful time, offering a chance to reconnect with friends and family. But they can also be stressful. You may feel pressure to buy and give gifts. Maybe you are worried about money. The holidays can also be hectic. There never seems to

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Buckeye Balls

These bite size treats are not so healthy but very delicious and great for the holidays or a special occasion. Buckeye Balls 1 C of peanut butter or almond butter 1 stick of butter, softened 2 3/4 C of powdered sugar 1/2 C dark chocolate chip morsels 1/2

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Tomato Basil Soup

When I was growing up I enjoyed tomato soup.  It was in a can back then.  They still sell it in a can but I have now learned the benefits and pleasure of making healthy home made foods.  I have also learned that nightshade plants, such as

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Healthy Cooking Classes and Other Class Options

Click on this link to purchase my latest EBook loaded with delicious and healthier recipes the whole family will love. I offer one hour to 90 minutes cooking classes.  You can either tell me what you would like to learn how to prepare or I have several

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