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Sabrina -Apr 24, 2015, 2:15PM
My smoothies usually consist of a banana, almond butter, almond milk ,spinach, and chia seeds. Fresh berries in the summer make for a great addition!
Cassie -Apr 23, 2015, 8:27PM
I have to add some raw cacao powder, matcha or peanut butter to my detox nana ice creams! Thanks so much for the awesome tips!

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This post is part of our restricted diet series from Beth of Tasty Yummies.
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Amy Caprice -Apr 17, 2015, 9:51AM
Love the sound of these, I will be trying x
Amy -Apr 16, 2015, 4:28PM
Vanilla bean almond milk sounds amazing! Pinning this recipe for later! :) www.cultivatebeauty.com.au

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Jen -Apr 08, 2015, 11:56PM
Thanks for sharing recipe! I want to make nut milk!! Look so yum. www.safran-bolu.com
Cassie -Apr 06, 2015, 1:33PM
I love cashew milk! And also, what a great girl to feature! She's down-to-earth, inspirational and her body and lifestyle are more relatable to most girls :)

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When Mom handed me my first beet kvass a few years back, I was a little dubious. Read more »

Abby Seamus -Apr 09, 2015, 5:10PM
This looks incredible, did you shoot this with your iphone?
Summer -Apr 08, 2015, 3:04PM
I use the whole beet by sautéing the greens and roasting the bottoms. When I roast the bottoms, I wrap them in aluminum foil and bake at 405 for an hour and a half. When they come out, as you take off the aluminum, you squeeze the beet out and put pressure on the skin and it will slide off. Easy peasy, no peeling for meesy. I sauté the greens with garlic and onions and oil, and sprinkle with some basalmic vinegar after. MMmmmm.

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Ligia -Apr 21, 2015, 5:54AM
I like spinach pancakes and after this comment i going to take spinach pancakes yumiiieeeeee..........
Cassie -Mar 27, 2015, 1:53PM
I love spinach pancakes! I've never tried buckwheat but I love coconut flour, or just using one banana and two eggs and blending it with some spinach!

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Post image for Chilled Green Curry Kelp Noodle Bowl {Gluten-Free & Vegan}

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Lena -Apr 07, 2015, 8:16PM
Made this for my boyfriend and I last week and we LOVED it! It was so delicious and much easier to make than I anticipated. Definitely making this again!
Cassie -Mar 19, 2015, 10:28PM
I love kelp noodles and curry! This sounds so so good!

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It started with my love for the regular shandy, made with beer and lemonade, and escalated from there… Read more »

Matilda Bishop -Mar 19, 2015, 6:18AM
Well! This is something new! It sounds like the new cocktail for my spring vacation! I am going to take a few days off in April and I want to spend my free time with a glass of fresh cocktail and interesting book. Thank you for your fresh idea!
Cassie -Mar 18, 2015, 4:26PM
I've never tried this recipe before! Hmm..

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Post image for Book Club Meeting, Chapter 9: Cooking and Eating

Any activity can become an opportunity for meditation – particularly eating, and everything else that comes with it, from food prep to cooking, to washing the dishes. Read more »

Alexandra -Mar 18, 2015, 11:50AM
Love this - especially the reminder that the ability to take time and care with food is such a luxury. Beautiful! Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com
Marta -Mar 18, 2015, 7:17AM
As an Italian girl, food has always been a huge part of my life, as well as source of inspiration of my everyday existence. Breakfasts, lunches and dinners are nor just "eating time", but a precious moment of sharing and joy, whether alone or with your loved ones. I will always thank my roots for transmitting to me these important routines that make my daily meals moments of contemplation, mindful eating and sharing. www.surfragette.blogspot.com

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Devin R -Mar 19, 2015, 10:25PM
Hm! I will definitely have to try this. I have a love affair with coffee. My mother use to always let me have a sip out of her cup in the mornings as a child. Slowly, I grew to take a few sips. Suddenly, some mornings half the cup would be gone seconds after she had set it on the counter. She then decided to give me my own cup every mornjng, and she has continued to do so since I was little. Today, I find myself lagging at school. On top of being stressed and anxiety ridden, I am sleep deprived and can't seem to have energy when I need it. I will definitely have to try this and see if it helps! I would have never expected butter to be good in coffee, let alone for ANY type of butter to somehow be good for you!
Esmée -Mar 13, 2015, 9:16AM
I have been hearing about coffee with butter for a while now, and to me it doesn't sound that weird. Most people put cream in their coffee, in the Netherlands anyway. Usually I drink my coffee black, but I have a soft spot for mocha. Good recipe, I was pleasantly surprised! I accompanied it with a carrot-date cake, loosely adapted from your raw carrotcake recipe (only mine isn't raw) and they go well together.

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Post image for Cacao & Hemp Quinoa Breakfast Bowl {Gluten-Free & Vegan}

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Paige -Mar 10, 2015, 12:35PM
I have an auto immune condition as well and have recently had to cut out a lot of foods including gluten, dairy and eggs. It's tough totally readjusting the way you eat but once you see how it makes you feel better it gets easier and finding new favourites is always fun! I will have to give this a try but without the bananas (can't have those either). Thanks for sharing!
Jessica -Mar 08, 2015, 10:36PM
Breakfast is difficult for me too -- it needs to be quick, delicious, and not boring (same thing every day). I've cut out bread myself so my previous favorite of veggie + fried egg + toast is no longer an option. Thanks for sharing this recipe, it sounds healthy and tasty -- what a great idea! Something I've been loving lately is chia seeds with water or almond milk, raw cocoa nibs, goji berries, nuts and seeds. Soak for ten minutes and then go to town -- keep it stored dry in a mason jar, and its great for traveling! =) www.threadandbones.com

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fp joanna -Apr 06, 2015, 7:21PM
Hey Katherine. Chia seeds are optional, much like all of the ingredients in the recipe. It's easy to substitute or just leave out. I love the idea of adding cinnamon! xx
Emily -Mar 27, 2015, 5:26PM
i put in semi sweet chocolate chips, hemp hearts, hazelnuts, and cinnamon. So good !

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Post image for A Day of Beautiful Eating with TobruckAve + Mikaela Reuben

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Hadley Johnson -Mar 03, 2015, 1:08PM
I love the comment about drinking fluids all day! It's how we support our bodies detoxifying and recharging! <3
Cora-Lynn -Feb 26, 2015, 8:16AM
I love that you broke down the benefits of the individual ingredients! These recipes look delicious and easy to add into my routine since I use a lot of these ingredients already. Thanks for sharing! www,thatscoralynn.com

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