Recipe

Y’all might remember this from my post a while back…..This dressing was so delish, I thought I’d resurrect this for you. It’ll make a great side for your Independence Day Cookout. Watermelon Peach Salad with Basil and Lime Vinaigrette 4 cups seedless watermelon, cubed 1 cup tomatoes, diced the same size as watermelon pieces 2 […]

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While in Peru I became absolutely OBSESSED with chifles or fried plantain chips. Check out this super easy snack you can make ahead of time and keep around for your next snack attack: Plantain Chips You will need: 3 ripe plantains (they are ripe when they look really beat up, black, and nasty) 1/4 cup […]

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You know when you discover something life-changing and you want to tell everyone you know about it? That’s how I felt when I realized that the choices I make every day about what I put in my mouth, and how I choose to live my life can dramatically influence my health and the course of […]

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Last week I wrote about the connection between Leaky Gut and MS, and so I thought in order to complete the thought I’d talk a little bit more about how you may have developed leaky gut and what you can do to maintain and restore a healthy gut. How you got here… As you may […]

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You’ve heard of Artichokes, and this post has absolutely nothing to do with them! Oh, you say. Then what is a Jerusalem Artichoke? It’s actually a tuber related to Sunflowers, also called Sunchoke (I know, confusing!) and long ago someone described them as tasting somewhat like Artichokes. Go figure! Anyhooo, these weird little guys are […]

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If you’ve been faithfully blending up the green sludge I wrote about in Part I , then you might also be ready for a variation. I would encourage you to play around and throw in whatever you feel would be tasty, as long as it keeps the sugar content low-ish. So in honor of Apple […]

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I was going to write a big long post about healing leaky gut this week, but the truth is I’ve been busy. Too busy to spend the time and energy this super important topic deserves, so instead I leave you with this: The Best Gluten Free Vegan Lasagna I think I’ve ever had. A friend […]

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Its back to school …and back to the morning grind. I’ve been looking for a more exciting breakfast option to replace the ol’ gluten free oats and fruit that I’ve been rockin’ for a few years now. Sweet Potato Soul to the rescue! Jenné was kind enough to roll out an amazing, raw, sprouted, healthful […]

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I always jump at the chance to spend some quality time with friends, especially if it means getting outside. The trick to spending time in the sun is to get enough sun…but not too much. On one hand, you don’t want to block the rays that synthesize vitamin D (which is SO important for preventing […]

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Four Minute Freezer Fudge

August 1, 2012

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Looking for a quick dessert you can whip up in under 5 minutes? Look no further. If you’re into choccolaty treats, this one’s for you. Raw. Vegan. Easy. Yum. I like to use Stevia whenever possible, to keep the glycemic load s low as possible. Offer this dessert to a non-vegan, non-raw person and they’ll […]

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