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Can You guess what is the fruit of the month for March?
Silicon Kitchen Utensils
Among the different and useful Silicone utensils. we've tested, find out which ones we recommend.
I don’t know about you, but the cold winter invites me to think about warm recipes.
Read this useful post on how to Save money by growing your own.
Recipes using Fresh Peaches
I live in Palisade Peach country, some say, we have the best peaches cobblers in the world! It is also true that we have an abundance of them all around us. Surely, you’ll find this type of fruits where you live, as long it’s the season. But do remember that peaches tend to go from…
Filed Under: Recipes Tagged With: Dairy-free, Peaches for dessert, Summer desserts
Natural Vegetable Dye
Most store bought food coloring contains toxic ingredients such as FD&C Yellow 5, FD&C Red 40, and Propylene glycol. Instead of feeding our bodies these harmful chemicals, you can make your own homemade safe and natural food coloring that can be used to dye eggs, create art on plates, and more! To begin choose your vegetable…
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What to do with Oversized Zucchini
Have you ever walked into your garden and found a zucchini that is actually HUGE? You know, like this one that is a 2 feet long (Lady holding it) and weighs 10 lbs. Extra large zucchini tend to be seedy and tough, but don’t throw them away just yet. Note: At maturity age, they can…
Filed Under: Articles, Recipes Tagged With: Gluten-free Recipes, Kitchen and small garden, Zucchini Fruit Aka Courgette
How to Freeze Bananas
Why freezing bananas will preserve its qualities? There are various reasons for that. Studies shown that the freezing process helps preserve all its nutrients. Frozen bananas not only make the best mango banana smoothies but are also great for ice cream, desserts and chocolate-dipped snacks! If you ever have some overripe bananas sitting on the…
Filed Under: Lifestyle Tagged With: Freezing fruits
Garlic + Stomach
Have you ever experienced a stomach ache after eating garlic? When eating garlic, some people may experience abdominal discomfort or severe pain. Adding too much garlic to your food can actually cause nausea, cramps, vomiting, and other digestive acids issues. This often happens to sensitive stomachs. If you typically eat four to five cloves of garlic…
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Chocolate Banana Maca Smoothie
Chocolate banana maca smoothie is among our favourite smoothies. Whether you make it for a midday energy boost or after sports, you most certainly will benefit from its goodness. It is a super easy healthy smoothie to make, packed full of potassium, magnesium, antioxidants and energy boosters! I rather make it with almond milk, however,…
Filed Under: Recipes Tagged With: Healthy smoothie ideas, Smoothie bowl
Heart & Star Shaped Vegetables
Imagine how much fun it would be to eat a salad and find a heart shaped cucumber or a star shaped tomato? It would have the same excitement as eating a bowl of Lucky Charms, but on the healthier version! Vegetable Mold/ Mould Zayinsoft, was the first company out of Europe that has created plastic…
Filed Under: Gardening Tagged With: Gardening tips
To Peel or Not to Peel Carrots? – Pros & Cons
Every time I grab carrots to cook, I instinctively take out the peeler and start to peel the skins. But why and where is this habit coming from? A reflex perhaps? I guess, you and I picked from our own parents. But the question we’ll try to answer is: “do you or should you need…
Filed Under: Lifestyle Tagged With: Food systems, Vegan, Vegetarian, Vegetarian meals
Funny Looking Fruit & Veggies
Every year I love walking out to my garden to find a funny looking fruit or vegetable. Just as kids have their own personalities some of these fruits and veggies have a mind of their own too!
Filed Under: Gardening
Learn to Create your own Recipes
As Americans we generally eat 3 meals a day, 365 days a year. That is over 1000 meals we eat each year and at least half of those are probably made by you. Food is such a huge part of our lives, it baffles me as to why cooking class in not required in school….
Filed Under: Lifestyle
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