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Wasatch Front group buys

Locals only: please email me (robyn@greensmoothiegirl.com) if you want to be on my group buy email list and you’re not already on it.   Today I’ve just sent out an email with a group buy on RAW ALMONDS (took me months to figure out  a plan  to get raw almonds since the CA mandatory pasteurization […]

Quinoa cookies

Brigham Young University’s alumni magazine just ran a story on some researchers who are distributing quinoa cookies to starving populations. The idea is that quinoa is a very nutritious food that is high in protein, important for people in third-world countries. 12 Stepper Kris and I have altered the recipe that ran in that publication […]

sprouted quinoa salad recipe

A few days ago, I referenced a sprouted quinoa salad I made that my family loved, which I’ve typed for you here. Our next chapter is PLANT-BASED MAIN DISHES . . . to be released June 1 to the January 12 Steps subscribers. And in it, I introduce you to quinoa (pronounced keen-wah), one of […]

Green smoothie

Robyn, Just want to know if you have every used strawberries green tops in your green smoothie? I have been drying and freezing strawberries.   The more i cut off the tops I wondered if they could be used. Thanks Kathy

the recalcitrant spouse . . . part three (of four)

FOUR, just put more nutritious foods in the menu without taking any kind of soapbox stand about it.   Just do it with no fanfare, and have a rule that it’s bad manners to criticize the cook.   (You don’t want your kids leaving your home and turning their noses up at others’ cooking anyway, […]

what should I put on my cereal?

***Note: I apologize to all those who have sent me unanswered email questions.   I am trying to get to them all.   FYI, I  prioritize what is blogged over what is emailed.       Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: What should I put on my cereal? Most people put fractionated (skim, 1%, or 2%) antibiotic- and […]

organic vs. conventional potatoes

I’ve been grading papers for the university classes I teach.   A student of mine is the son of an Idaho farmer, and he makes a case that organic produce is not worth the money.   This is one of his arguments (edited for length):   “Technologies developed in recent years are amazingly efficient.   […]