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Chia Pudding: a great new habit

Marlene told me, after my class in Kennewick, Washington, that she makes chia pudding for her diabetic husband as a meal or dessert. (Cinnamon is a great blood-sugar controller–note that she adds lots of cinnamon to his pudding.) It’s a great idea, since chia is a power food, and high in protein as well. (It’s […]

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More garden recipes, and a bedside update….

Thanks for all your kind emails and Facebook messages. I’ve been sleeping 12 hours a night since my accident Saturday; still unable to walk or do much of anything without acute/stabbing pain in my lower back/hip, and I wonder if it’s nerve damage, as I landed approximately on my hip’s sciatic nerve. I am hoping […]

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one of my favorite weekend breakfasts, pumpkin waffles

So my Breakfast class at the Zermatt Resort last week was great fun. Just one strange thing, I discovered after class when I went to sample the food: the chef apparently made my Pumpkin Waffles . . . without pumpkin! Weird. But my newsletter with these recipes went out, and one reader immediately went out […]

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Raw food weight loss

Raw food promotes weight loss in people who need to lose, and weight gain in people who are severely underweight from malnourishment.   Remember that unless you’re being excessive with nuts and seeds, raw food inherently is lower in fat and starch, which are what lead to weight gain. To lose weight, following are a […]

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green smoothies, free apples, strep throat, antibiotics

Locals, if you’re near Lindon / North Orem, there are boxes of free apples in the “Share the Bounty” hut near my house: just south of Center St. on 400 E. (just on the Orem side). They’re not pretty (so they’re probably unsprayed) so the owner clearly could not sell these apples, but they taste […]

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raw food: here’s what’s in my dehydrator right now

You know I love my dehydrator, especially this time of year when I’ve got so much stuff coming out of the garden that I don’t want to go to waste. Right now I have all 9 trays full in my dehydrator with two recipes contributed by readers. (I love y’all! Thanks for your ideas and […]

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Gluten Free Live Granola & Breakfast

Jason, a 12 Steps to Whole Foods reader, shared the following recipes with us. They’re mostly raw, gluten free, and full of sprouted nutrition. He writes: When I first got the recipes for the 12 steps, I was a little disappointed that the Live Granola contained oatmeal (my wife is gluten sensitive). I know many on […]

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Sprouted Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes

These are yummy—enjoy! Sprouted Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes Serves 6-8 2 ½ cups raw, dry buckwheat ½ cup flaxseed 3 cups water ½ tsp. stevia powder (optional) 1 tsp. sea salt 2 tsp. cinnamon 1 tsp. nutmeg 2 bananas 4 tsp. baking powder, aluminum free 2 cups blueberries coconut oil Soak buckwheat overnight, drain, and sprout […]

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The zucchini recipes my daughter Libby bragged about

My  zucchini hater Libby (age 10) apparently said I would tell you my zucchini fritter and zucchini bread recipes, so here they are (I also have  my two very favorite  zucchini recipes, whole-wheat zucchini pitas and zucchini carpaccio,  in my $7.95 collection): ZUCCHINI BREAD 3 eggs, beaten  –  1 Tbsp. vanilla — 1 cup coconut […]

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