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Tom Yum Soup

This extremely tasty and healthy dish, is the version my husband finessed, after returning from Thailand.  I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

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Peach Shortbread Tart

  Is there anything that smells better than a ripe peach? I think not. The California peach season is in full swing and this Peach Shortbread Tart is a fun and delicious change from the traditional pie.

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Jun 05

Happiness Pie

Everyone wants to be happy, but what is happiness?…..

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Keto Coconut Pancakes

Keto Coconut Pancakes Print Recipe CourseBreakfast, Main Dish CuisineBreads, Breakfast, Dairy Free, Gluten free, Keto, Paleo, Summer, Vegetarian Keto Coconut Pancakes Print Recipe CourseBreakfast, Main Dish CuisineBreads, Breakfast, Dairy Free, Gluten free, Keto, Paleo, Summer, Vegetarian Ingredients 4 medium eggs whisked 1/2 cup coconut flour 56 g 1 cup coconut milk 240 ml 2 teaspoons …

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Roasted Mediterranean Branzino


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Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

Gingerbread, eggnog, pumpkin spice…. Whenever seasonal lattes roll out at national coffee chains, we feel strangely drawn to try them. But disappointment looms…. primarily because, we crave the nutrients that those delicious smells impart, when they are naturally prepared. Unfortunately, they are flavored, almost entirely, with aritificial ingredients, and therefore, not supplying us with the anticipated, …

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Vanilla Almond Cupcakes with Coconut Buttercream (Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

You’ll love this Vanilla Almond Cupcakes w/ Coconut Buttercream Recipe that results in sweet, almond-y coconut-y perfection.

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Sep 02

6 Great Reasons to Have a Cup of Tea

  While many Americans tend to favor coffee as their hot beverage of choice, tea is the second most popular drink worldwide, preceded only by water.   Culturally engrained into the daily lives of people in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, tea has been widely consumed and revered for over 2,000 years. So what’s so …

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Aug 28

Sweet Monk Fruit

  It’s very likely that not one of us could pick out a monk fruit in the produce aisle. It isn’t an attractive fruit, amidst all of the colorful summer beauties. But the monk fruit has my attention these days! It is highly beneficial for health-conscious foodies, ketogenic devotees, and those with diabetes. Named after the monks who first cultivated …

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Jul 02

Eating Seasonal Foods Can Improve Your Life

Eating Seasonally,  is a wonderfully effective way, to maintain wellness and feel good. This seasonal method of eating, rooted deeply in our heritage, balances the body by reducing illness and increasing vitality. As you become more in touch with your body, you will discover that you crave foods that are in season. Ripened fruit in the …

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