September 21st
 

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Veggies

Saturday 21 September 2013 . (1)

Watermelon Rind Relish

Do not throw that white part of the watermelon away! The 15 % of fruit is high in an amino acid called citrulline that has been shown to help speed recovery after a workout.  Try this relish instead. Or simply cut off the very thin strip of green skin and chop the ...

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Blueberry Superfood Salad

Thursday 18 July 2013 . (1)

TweetI’ve been talking a lot about telomere protection.  If you want to prevent premature aging, stay healthier longer and have a lil spring in your step, you will incorporate the foods that help your cells protect themselves.  You will also learn how to manage your stress and let go of the “R and R”… seeing. Continue Reading…

Cabbage Soup

Monday 4 February 2013 . (1)

TweetYou know how you look in the fridge just before shopping day and you are dying for soup but you don’t think you have anything to make some with? This recipe comes together effortlessly and is a great warmer upper as an appetizer or a whole lunch. Serving Size  : 12-14     Preparation Time 20. Continue Reading…

Best Ever Low Fat Yogurt Dip

Monday 19 November 2012 . (0)

TweetI use this stuff as veggie dip, dolloped on boring baked fish or chicken for a little zip, as a side dish to  spicy food, as a bread spread….sometimes, the tiny drips a the end of a batch, I mix in rice vinegar and make it a salad dressing.  This is one hard working 2. Continue Reading…

Fennel and Carrot Soup

Thursday 28 June 2012 . (0)

TweetEvery kitchen needs a standard soup that can be served warm or cold (depending upon the weather), comes together without a lot of fuss and tastes great. This one is loaded with the cancer fighting cartenoids found in red vegetables. Flavorful fennel shares its own anticancer, anti-inflammatory favors.  Each large bowl is under 150 calories. Continue Reading…

Pesto Kale and Cabbage Salad

Tuesday 5 June 2012 . (1)

TweetKale is the number one vegetable for its high nutrient and fibre content. We just have to find ways to serve it that are easy and tasty. In the winter as a cooked vegetable it has it’s merits. In the summer as a fresh, raw salad…it is outstanding. Serving Size  12     Preparation Time 12. Continue Reading…

Grilled Avocado

Tuesday 5 June 2012 . (0)

TweetEvery summer barbecue needs a little unexpected fun.  (Preferably not the neighbor stumbling shirtless around the backyard mowing the lawn, ikk) Avocado doesn’t get much time in the spotlight in anything other than guacamole but have you thought about grilling it? The high fat content means that the centre melts and oozes  beautifully and the. Continue Reading…

Asparagus and Potato Flatbread

Sunday 15 April 2012 . (0)

TweetThis flatbread is a delicious version using pre-made pizza dough from your grocery store.  The great thing is that you can get two flat breads out of 1 pound of dough.  Making this version for the adults then topping the second one with whatever topping your kids like. Serve this flatbread for a snack or as. Continue Reading…

Pea Soup with Lemongrass &Chili!

Sunday 25 March 2012 . (1)

TweetFresh green peas are indicative of spring and early summer. While the classic pairing is mint, this flavour combination brings new life to the delicious sweet pea! Lemongrass is a tall tropical grass that exudes the floral aroma of lemon. The lower end is pounded, cut or finely chopped/grated and used in many Indian, Sri. Continue Reading…

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