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Christy -Mar 07, 2014, 5:04PM
I often will make gluten free muffins and breakfast breads in bulk and freeze them. They're very easy to take out and warm up during the work week. On the weekends, when I have time to cook a hot breakfast, I enjoy making gluten free pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, hot cereal (rice, amaranth, etc.), rice porridge/congee, cheesy grits with sausage or bacon, and hashbrowns.
Bea -Sep 19, 2013, 5:50PM
I make a batch of this gluten-free knäckebröd every week! http://bembea.com/2013/07/02/20/ it's super simple and very very tasty! perfect snack ♡

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The first post in our recipe series for the month of July, 5-minute meals, from Kelsi Windmiller! Read more »

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Best Easy Indian Food Recipes -Jul 10, 2013, 1:34PM
It looks like natural and organic recipe. The salad contains nutrition, vitamin c and iron. I prefer such things during meal. It boosts your digestive power and helpful for hemoglobin.

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Madi -Aug 07, 2013, 9:58AM
Can I use roasted cashews instead of raw ones? I couldn't find raw cashews anywhere but I have some non salted roasted ones at home!
Ashley -Jul 28, 2013, 11:48PM
This is beautiful! I like incorporating vegan recipes into our menu at home. This looks like a real winner! Yum :)

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Post image for 4th of July Drink Recipe: Spiked Lemonade

Since the 4th of July is just around the corner, I wanted to share one of my favorite summertime drink recipes with you all that is perfect for the holiday — spiked lemonade! Read more »

gipsy -Jul 03, 2013, 5:58AM
love your blog very much! so natural! best wishes
Alexandria -Jul 03, 2013, 5:12AM
Yummy! Love lemonade and this looks great. Can't wait to try it!

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Summer produce is here and will be overflowing the stands at your local market! Keep your eye out for perfectly ripe tomatoes and sweet melons this month. Stone fruits are at their peak this month so be sure to pick some of those up as well — they will add the perfect amount of sweetness to your fresh salads. Add squash blossoms to a quesadilla and make homemade salsa with tomatillos. There are so many possibilities with these ingredients! Read more »

The Neverending Stomach -Jul 17, 2013, 12:40PM
Love eating seasonal foods. I'm always excited for summer blueberries, just in time to bake lots of things like blueberry bars! (http://www.theneverendingstomach.com/2013/07/blueberry-bars-with-almond-crumble.html)
May -Jul 02, 2013, 11:19PM
I love Blueberries! It is so great! I love that first picture.

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This is the final post in our summer CSA recipe series from Kelsi Windmiller! Read more »

Gwen -Jul 01, 2013, 9:12AM
Add carrots to the sweet aisle! Carrots and greens are a great base!
DIYEARTE ♦ DIY -Jul 01, 2013, 4:47AM

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It comes to a certain time of day and my sugar craving starts to kick in. All I can think about is a chocolate chip cookie to help push it away, but I find that when I do this I become sluggish and extremely tired afterwards. Read more »

flawless effect reviews -Nov 27, 2013, 3:05PM
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LJ -Jul 22, 2013, 3:29AM
Yes, honey and maple syrup have natural occurring sugars but this article is referring to refined sugar (i.e white, cane, castor etc). All 3 options are fantastic substitutes as they are jam-packed full of trace minerals and B Vitamins, especially maple syrup which is aka "the blood/life force of the maple tree". Look for 'raw' honey, 'B Grade' maple syrup and 'preservative (220) free' dates, as they are your most nutritious options. Molasses is fantastic too, in particular for vego's, vegans and those with anemia as it is naturally rich in iron. Coconut sugar and nectar are also fantastic choices, especially for those who need a low GI alternative. In regards to natural "sweeteners" stevia (tablets, powder, liquid), agave, rice malt syrup and xylitol are okay sugar-free products, however are often HEAVILY processed and genetically modified so in my opinion they aren't the best choice available. To curve your apatite there are two natural options. Add ground cinnamon to your food or take chromium caps/tabs. Both options balance out your blood sugar levels. Certified Organic, Fair Trade and Sustainable options are always best! :)

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This guest post comes from our contributor FP Naomi! Read more »

outdoor cooking -Nov 26, 2013, 3:33PM
Hello this is really great site I am very impress Outdoor Cooking is great way I am very happy for outdoor cooking ideas At every weekend I go to outdoor cooking with my friends
PURPLEOWRM -Oct 08, 2013, 1:50PM
Storing food in your car or tent is fine, except in BEAR country.

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Post image for Whole-Grain Chocolate Zucchini Muffins

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

Franziska -Aug 20, 2013, 5:11AM
Wow <3 just made them and they are sooooo tasty! :3 want to eat them all NOW
Melissa -Aug 18, 2013, 4:59PM
Has anyone tried using apple sauce instead of oil?

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Post image for 4th Of July Vanilla Bean Angel Food Cake Recipe

Fourth of July calls for celebration – and celebrations call for sweet treats. I’ve always loved angel food cake because it’s light in taste and texture, and it’s a healthier option when it comes to desserts. Read more »

Lauren -Jul 03, 2013, 3:00PM
Save the egg yolks! I kept mine when I tried this recipe (wonderful by the way). I used them with coconut milk to make rosewater ice cream :)
Gezelle -Jul 02, 2013, 1:24PM
I made this today for the office - very simple, festive and light! Thank you, FP!!! with respect to the visual, i kinda wish the glaze was airy/fluffy, not gooey - kinda like a whipped cream. I guess i can play with the recipe .. or maybe i did something wrong? the glaze used in the photos above resembles white frosting. hmm. xxoxOXo happy 4th everyone

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Post image for Summer CSA Recipes: Green Pea Risotto

This is the fourth post in our summer CSA recipe series from Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »

Polly -Aug 27, 2013, 11:49PM
Yeah, I agree with Victoria - I would probably use a third as much spinach and half as much parsley.
Julia -Jul 22, 2013, 7:52PM
I made this for my family, and it smells great. However, there was way to much spinach, and it took forever for the broth to be absorbed I only used a cup because the rice was al dente when it finally absorbed.

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Post image for Summer Solstice Party Idea: Watermelon Water Ice Bowl

I hope everyone is having an amazing first day of summer! If you’re having a solstice party, or even if you’re just looking for a refreshing treat, this is a really fun twist on watermelon — and it’s so easy to do. Read more »

grannysue -Aug 08, 2013, 11:26AM
Love all these watermelon ideas. So creative!
DIYEARTE - DIY -Jun 25, 2013, 3:56AM
looks delicious ☺!!!

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