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Tuesday 27 September 2011 . (0)

Lessons Learned the Hard Way

My Journey Through Ace Your Health, The Five of Spades I believe I learn lessons the hard way. Before I met my husband, I dated my fair share of dolts. Each one similar to the last. Until one day my BFF told me to stop selling myself short and aim ...

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Garden Planning 101

Tuesday 27 September 2011 . (0)

TweetIt’s the third day of autumn and twelve days since I planted our final succession of greens for the 2011 season. Everything is coming up nicely, thanks to the deluge of rain followed by warm sunny days and gorgeous evening temperatures. With a little luck and some help from our tunnel cloches we should be. Continue Reading…

Standardize and Save (calories)

Tuesday 27 September 2011 . (0)

TweetOnce upon a time experts advised people to eat a variety of foods.  Good advice during a time when everyone was eating roast pork, mashed potatoes and canned peas.  Now weight loss as well as health gurus are telling us to standardize or be doomed.  What gives? Times have changed. Now we are in a. Continue Reading…

Jams & Jellies In Less Than 30 Minutes

Monday 26 September 2011 . (0)

TweetJams & Jellies In Less Than 30 Minutes By Pamela Bennett Synopsis – Want to make your own jams and preserves but don’t have the time? Not so – this book has 55 different recipes for jams and jellies made in small batches that will take you 30 minutes or less to finish. Minimal work. Continue Reading…

Alive and Kicking – Harder Than Ever

Monday 26 September 2011 . (0)

TweetHello my friend in foodies! As we head into the final quarter of 2011 I reflect back on the first three quarters and realize one thing; Change is hard! I started out this year with a clean slate, a great chat with Theresa Albert on taking what I refer to as my ‘almost fit body’. Continue Reading…

Cauliflower & Cheese Bake

Saturday 24 September 2011 . (0)

TweetCauliflower is an amazing hearty vegetable that lends itself to so many delicious dishes.  Fresh cauliflower is abundant this time of year and super tasty!  Along with being a delicious vegetable, cauliflower is a notable source of fibre, potassium and folic acid.  A good source of antioxidants, cauliflower contains indoles which are known for their role. Continue Reading…

ORAC Hot Cocoa

Thursday 22 September 2011 . (1)

TweetThe ORAC value of foods is an acronym for the Oxygen Radical Absorbancy Capacity.  In people speak, that means the food’s ability to combat free radicals in your body which helps to stave off disease and slow or prevent aging. Chocolate, in the form of dark cocoa is at the very top of the list. Continue Reading…

What I learned on Kibbutz

Wednesday 21 September 2011 . (3)

TweetMy Journey Through Ace Your Health – the Six of Clubs When I was 18 I spent ten months living in Israel. The first five months were in Jerusalem and the second half on a kibbutz near Nazareth. While there, I had a variety of jobs – I worked in the daycare, the kitchen and. Continue Reading…

For The Love of Dog!

Tuesday 20 September 2011 . (1)

TweetThere are a lot of reasons to get a dog. Perhaps your kids are begging you for one because, well, they’re just so cute.  Maybe you would like an excuse to go for regular walks or you just like the idea of furry companionship.  Whatever the motivation, there is no doubt that adding a cuddly. Continue Reading…

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