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Power foods? Really?

I saw a People Magazine article last week about 10 “power foods.” They listed agave, along with the aggressively marketed, uber-expensive acai and goji berries. Now I’m not going to diss  acai and goji, which are certainly high in antioxidants. But if you’re trying to adhere to a budget, do you really want to pay […]

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here are a few things I have from the group buy

Hi, just back from watching soccer and hiking in St. George, and I picked up the big mis-delivered order from Las Vegas as promised, those of you waitlisted whom I told I would get you the almonds, dates, shredded coconut, and cashews. By the way, we stayed in the most FABULOUS suite, GREAT price, too, […]

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Locals, a brand new CSA! Shares available—but not for long.

I’m excited to announce to folks in Utah County that Dale Allred, the brother-in-law of one of my closest friends (Wendy, who had a LOT to do with the start of is starting a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). It’s a organic, non-hybridized farm, with greenhouses, in West Orem, with 10 acres he is leasing. […]

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Crazy times in Peru. Can you help?

You know I went to Peru with my daughter to serve the Sunflower Orphanage near Urubamba. After we were there, it poured rain in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, nonstop for 4 days and 4 nights. You may have heard about people being airlift-rescued out of Machu Picchu. The hotel we stayed in? Destroyed. […]

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Doing a green smoothie clinic / book signing FEB. 19

Locals: Runner’s Corner and Beyond Sports: Taekwondo are jointly hosting a GREEN SMOOTHIE CLINIC AND BOOK SIGNING that I will be doing on Feb. 19 at 6 p.m. (That’s a Friday. It leaves time for you to catch dinner or a movie afterward. Class is one hour, and I’ll stay after to sign books and […]

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God created the Earth. Who created HMO’s?

My friend Claudia sent this to me two years ago and I just stumbled on it again: In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth and populated the Earth with broccoli, cauliflower and spinach, green and yellow and red vegetables of all kinds, so Man and Woman would live long and healthy lives. […]

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to answer the question “Do I have more almonds” . . .

Amanda asked, do I have any almonds left? Well, no. And there are NONE to be had until we do the group buy again in the fall. BUT. We mistakenly shipped an order to Las Vegas, and I am going there Valentine’s Day weekend for my daughters’ soccer tournaments. I will pick up the 250 […]

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junior affiliate?

So I was volunteering in the lunchroom and recess at my 4th grader’s charter school. One of the moms came up to me and said she was a fan and had my 12 Steps program and recipe collections. To prove it, she reached into her pocket, pulled out a whole cucumber, and took a […]

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Affiliate program official kick-off today

My newsletter went out this morning about the GreenSmoothieGirl Affiliate Program, and I just approved tons of new affiliates. It’s fun to read about their varying backgrounds, web sites and marketing strategies! Some GreenSmoothieGirl Affiliates are doulas, chefs, natural beef ranchers, fitness instructors, green smoothie bloggers, VitaMix and BlendTec demo reps, bath/beauty product developers, holistic […]

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