Garlic and Dill Pickles
Posted By on February 26, 2016

Continuing our new fermentation theme. There is nothing like the taste of homemade dill pickles, and fermented ones are full of pro-biotic goodness too. This recipe makes a nice small batch

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Simple Sauerkraut

If you’re just getting into fermented foods for the healthy pro-biotics, a simple fermented sauerkraut made with cabbage is the place to start. It is very easy to do, though there is a waiting

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Baked Asian Meatballs

Meatballs are a wonderfully versatile dish that can be added to other foods as a little meaty protein boost, served as a finger-food appetizer or even as a meal on their own. These paleo meatballs

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Carrot Smoothie with Turmeric and Ginger

Ok, what doesn’t sound delicious in that title? This is a bright orange smoothie that is loaded with taste, vitamins and power antioxidants of turmeric and ginger. Not a lot of prep time is

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Sweet Spinach Salad with Fruit

Getting a recipe for spinach salad isn’t that complicated since you can mix spinach with just about any salad greens for a nice dish. But when you get the right dressing to go with the strong

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Low-Fat Lentil Soup

The smell of spices will take over your kitchen as this low-fat lentil soup simmers away on the stove. This is a great healthy recipe that fits lots of mindful eating plans, so hopefully it will suit your plans for dinner tonight. Low-fat lentil soup is hot, delicious, and high in

Vegan Gingerbread Cookies

Of course, without any milk these tasty vegan gingerbread cookies are also dairy-free. I love the spicy taste of cloves and ginger in any sweet dessert, so count me in! Sure they’re popular around Christmas, but there is no reason why you can’t make gingerbread all year

Annie Chun’s Roasted Seaweed Snacks

Haven’t done a review in a while, but I had to rave about these snacks I got at Christmas. Light, tasty and a little odd. Thought you might like to hear more about Annie Chun’s Roasted Seaweed Snacks. This particular variety is sesame, and I think my husband (who bought

Raw Corn Chowder

I really do have a soft spot for hearty soups, even raw ones. This is a lovely way of making a thick raw corn chowder that whips up fast. Use as a side or for a light lunch, a bowl of this corn chowder would fit the bill. It’s served cold or room temperature but with a little

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Cauliflower is the hot new go-to vegetable for many mindful eaters who are trying to avoid wheat or all grains entirely. You can make a delicious no-carb crust for your pizza by using cauliflower as a base, making it a lot healthier than the old-fashioned wheat crust. Let go of the

Apple Almond Muffins

Baking is always tricky when going dairy-free but that doesn’t mean you can’t have delicious and healthy muffins without cow’s milk. These are packed with almond-goodness and would make a great treat to grab for breakfast. Apple and almond are great flavors for a

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