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Post image for How to Make Your Own Hemp Seed Milk & Almond Milk

One of the best lessons I learned in my years working for Free People is that almost anything you can buy from a store, you can make yourself. Read More

Onlinestrength -Apr 22, 2015, 4:23PM
Beautiful pictures! Question, do you have a certain brand of almonds that you like? We recently reviewed hemp seeds and choose a brand by Manitoba. What is your go-to brand? Much love, stay strong! Hope to hear from you soon.
Izaak -Mar 28, 2015, 12:37PM
Hi thanks a lot for posting making almond milk at home is not that hard after all. The detailed and step by step instructions with photos really helped to get the job done quick and it tastes so good. Definitely better than the once we get from the store.I too have some info regarding benefits of almond milk that will be of great value to all your readers.

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Post image for Baby Kale & Quinoa Salad

This post is part of our restricted diet series from Beth of Tasty Yummies.
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meg -Jan 12, 2015, 2:12PM
this looks delicious...i've never had hibiscus vinaigrette but it sounds awesome! @waterlilyshop
Sweta Tiwari -Jan 10, 2015, 4:07AM
Really today i m going to home and try this delicious salad good work keep it up

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Post image for The Best Energizing Overnight Oats Recipe

There are a ton of great recipes out there for overnight oats, but this combination has got to be my favorite.Read More

Stephanie -Jan 14, 2016, 10:41AM
Delicious! I am making this tonight (for tomorrow's breakfast)!
Dancer Talks Food -Sep 05, 2015, 2:11PM
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Post image for Vegan Queso Dip

We’re fortunate to have access to some pretty amazing food here at home office. Read More

Delphine -Jan 07, 2015, 4:30AM
I love so much seeing vegan recipes here! Merci!
Sabrina -Jan 07, 2015, 3:04AM
Soaked the almonds last night and made this today. WOOOOOW. So rich and fresh! The roasted onion really makes it! And the jalapeños kick it up a notch. Thank u!

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Post image for New Year’s Detoxifying Juice

This post was originally published on January 2, 2014, but we loved it so much we just had to share it again!

This post is part of our restricted diet series from Beth of Tasty Yummies.Read More

meg -Jan 07, 2015, 2:34PM had me at beets!! @waterlilyshop
Sarah -Jan 03, 2015, 11:18PM
Just made this recipe! So delicious and I felt so good after :). I am doing the Clean Program and this recipe fit in perfectly, thanks! xoxo

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Post image for The Perfect New Year’s Cocktail & A Tour of Tamworth Distilling

Something exciting is happening in the small New Hampshire village of Tamworth.
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Cassie -Jan 16, 2015, 12:00AM
you forgot to mention the distillery isn't open to the public! drove up there with a couple friends from mass, loved the lyceum, but really made the trip for the distillery :(
Mona -Jan 13, 2015, 10:24AM
I recently moved back to NH from NYC and had no idea this place existed. Thank you for sharing, I'll be checking it out asap!

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Post image for How to Make Fire Cider

I only recently learned about the traditional folk recipe called Fire Cider, and I wish I had known about it sooner. Read More

Christine -Nov 28, 2015, 12:52AM
I made fire cider recently and I strained out all the big stuff, but there is still a lot of...particulate(?)..or powdery stuff... I personally don't think it would be an issue to leave it because it's from the healthy ingredients I used to make the fire cider and I would assume the powdery stuff would be beneficial, as well, but I decided to go a search and I am not finding anything about anyone saying they chose not to thoroughly strain theirs. I think this is probably just because a very clear liquid is more appealing to the eye, but I'm not positive. Can you shed any light on this topic? I really don't think there'd be a problem leaving it all in there as it'd probably just serve as some extra oomph with fighting colds (the main reason I made it), but since it seems everyone thoroughly strains theirs, I just thought I'd ask to see if maybe there actually is a reason to strain it really well.
CW -Dec 31, 2014, 1:29AM
This is like Sr. Shultze supertonic. That stuff is amazing! Very similar ingredients used for the same thing.

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Post image for Homemade Garlic Rosemary Bar Mix

This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian!
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Renske -Apr 29, 2015, 5:50PM
This looks delicious. I'm going to make this for my upcoming bithday :) For how long can you keep the nuts after you roasted them? Will it be okay to eat them the next day?
Meganb -Dec 29, 2014, 11:57PM
This looks so delicious!! Can't wait to make it.

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Post image for Peach Ginger Kale Protein Smoothie

Austin is known for being an incredibly active city, and it makes sense.Read More

Bill -Jan 30, 2015, 3:18PM
I always like learning a new protein recipe like this one. Especially since it includes natural ingredients that are a must for me. I am a big fan of adding cinnamon or ginger to my protein shakes since they can taste somewhat bland at times.
Sarah G -Jan 05, 2015, 12:21AM
What's your favorite protein powder?

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Post image for Paleo Chocolate Chunk Granola

I began eating like a cave woman exactly 6 months ago. Read More

Adelaide -Jan 14, 2015, 11:00PM
Just made this and oh my heavens I can't stop eating it...fabulous
Jade -Jan 05, 2015, 5:24AM
Is the apple juice a blended apple (apple sauce) or liquid apple juice?

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Post image for Winter Chard + Mushroom Bruschetta

This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian !

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Lovey -Dec 22, 2014, 9:32PM
Gourmet at its best! Such fabulous cuisine! I cannot wait to try this recipe xoxo
LEE @ Modern Granola -Dec 22, 2014, 6:49PM
Mmm this looks amazing.

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Post image for Gluten + Grain-Free Dark Chocolate Dipped Almond Cranberry Biscotti

This post is part of our restricted diet series from Beth of Tasty YummiesRead More

KC -Dec 08, 2015, 9:32PM
I added some xanthan gum and they weren't fragile. Don't need much!!
Gwen -Feb 05, 2015, 1:52PM
I've made these many times now. I even made them for my sister's birthday. She called right away and said, they are delicious and couldn't believe they are gluten free. I did make a couple minor changes. I substituted 1/2 cup of the almond flour for hazelnut, and used apricots, since I didn't have cranberry. The last time I made them, I threw in some macadamias. Getting ready to make them again. One does have to note, since they have to sit a while in the oven, don't make them late at night :-)

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