Post image for Recipe: Peanut Butter & Hemp Seed Dog Treats

In honor of our new Pet Project items, we have a special recipe today: homemade dog treats from Kelsi Windmiller! Read more »

Shiwaya Peck -Feb 03, 2014, 4:35PM
Thank you for sharing the nutritious dog treat recipe. I love my dog and I'm sure he will love me more after he gets his homemade Peanut Butter treat!
Alexi -May 01, 2013, 12:25PM
How long would these last if kept in a sealed container?

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Post image for How To Live Wheat, Egg, & Dairy Free – But Not Happiness Free

Food allergies are a growing health concern in today’s society. According to the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network, as many as 15 million people suffer from food allergies in the US alone – and today we get the chance to hear from one of them. Read more »

Jennell -Jan 12, 2014, 7:00PM
OMG!! I just found out that I have the same allergies!!! Thanks for sharing :)
acia -Dec 23, 2013, 11:21AM
have since 2005 that I know that I have severe allergies. It has been very complicated for me and a lot of treatments. Different kind of medication allergies that do not work for me I've tried everything my doctor day says that I do not have a cure. But allergies can just get treated not cured I had tried natural herbs stuff to help me with my allergies one of them did work it was a skunk Oreos.I had tried that for a whole year but I got tired of the f****** the Orioles in my drink I wasn't taking any medication and it was working for me. Now I have asthma and my allergies have gotten worse and I cannot eat anything that has in the milk any egg any wheat if I do and I don't know that that food contains those products. I start having problems breathing and then I inject myself with the event 10 which helps me but I have to call I have to call the ambulance soon as possible 9 and up in the hospital. Its hard for me complicated I would love to eat the food I haven't eaten a piece of cake and I even drink lactose free milk um so I'm out and even that really um I'm allergic to it too and it's complicated.

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Post image for Restricted Diets: How To Make Flax Eggs

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

Nell -Mar 08, 2014, 3:27AM
This is SO annoying! A million websites that say to take 1 tablespoon of flax seed MEAL and whip it with three tablespoons of water. They also say 'grind the meal yourself', and 'grind only as much as you need at one time.' But do they EVER say how much flax seed to start with if you only want ONE tablespoon of ground flax meal? Noooo! THINK, bloggers! Then post!
mar -Apr 26, 2013, 2:19PM
Thank you for this I have a terrible egg allergy since I was an teenager and just eliminated every single product that have eggs on it, I just got used to avoid foods that contains eggs like cakes and pancakes & though I dont even miss them anymore, I do like to cook and bake but I cant never taste what I bake so I have to ask someone else to see if the result is ok (my sister loves to be my guinea pig je,je), but I might try to bake some muffins with this, just to try something new and be able to tell if it taste good or not, but I would like to know for how long can I store this seeds if they aren't grinded. Can I keep them in the kitchen cabinets or I have to put them on the fridge? Thank you in advance!

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Coconuts are incredible. Not only are they delicious to eat, they’re great for your heart, and they improve digestion, give you energy, and lower sweet cravings. Read more »

zeeyasful -Aug 23, 2013, 12:52PM
If you're camping, you can use a sturdy camping knife to open it. After opening the eyes and draining the milk (you can open them with the tip of your knife and a small twig), just place the blade against the middle of the coconut and hit the blade with a heavy stick. A little bit of the coconut shell will come off, exposing the darker part of the shell. Rotate the coconut and keep hitting until you have a dark circle around it, then choose one spot on the circle and hit your knife into it repeatedly. The coconut will split in half perfectly. It's a bit more time-intensive but you get a really cool coconut bowl after you eat the meat!
sapna -Aug 12, 2013, 5:40AM
after opening the coconut ,to seperate shell from meat ---heat that broken part on low heat ;shell part directly touching heat : for arond 5 minutes. leave it to cool. after 5 minutes you will find meat and shell seperate very easily.however big the broken part of a coconut it is.

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Post image for Perfect Picnic Recipes: Strawberry Vanilla Bean Soda

The third post in our recipe series for the month of April, perfect picnic recipes from Kelsi Windmiller! Read more »

Marina -May 06, 2013, 8:48AM
The perfect summer drink! Made this today to take to a friends BBQ and had a sneaky! Its so easy and just tastes amazing, perfect with sparkling water and ice!
Maddy -Apr 28, 2013, 2:37PM
JUST MADE IT!! the syrup was so good! it was really sweet but once u added the sparkling water it tasted off... it wasnt flavorful enough... i think i might just use the strawberry syrup stuff and put it on some vanilla ice cream yumm:)

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Post image for Recipe: Chocolate Chip Coconut Macaroons (Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free)

The third post in our series focusing on restricted diets from Beth of Tasty Yummies! Read more »

-Dec 07, 2013, 11:51PM
I think the eggs / dairy confusion is because the eggs are usually in the dairy section or "eggs and dairy section" at the store! Thanks all who helped with locating dairy-free chocolate chips DARK - I like using the 60+ % cacao - hopefully I'll find that at Whole Foods!
Ashley -Jul 19, 2013, 11:57PM
Eggs are not dairy

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Post image for Recipe: Festival Detox Smoothie

Music festivals are amazing, but recovering from them is a different story. Three days of dancing in the hot, hot sun can leave your body exhausted and dehydrated, taking it’s toll well after you’ve left the festival. Read more »

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Post image for Perfect Picnic Recipes: Mason Jar Pie

This is the second post in our recipe series for the month of April, perfect picnic recipes from Kelsi Windmiller! Read more »

Meghan -Apr 15, 2013, 12:21PM
Yum! This is too pretty to eat.
Lisa Gordon -Apr 15, 2013, 8:38AM
I love this mason jar recipe. There are so many great things you can do with these glass jars. I just wrote a blog for HouseLogic on turning them into a patio umbrella light. Check it out.

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

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Scott lowe -Jul 31, 2013, 6:52PM
I stopped eating bread a month ago and fish in batter, i was feelin sick and bloated. I love toast and Kippers. Started on Gluten free Bread. OMG no more pain, WOOOOOO

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Post image for Perfect Picnic Recipes: Croissant Sandwich

The first post in our new series for the month of April, perfect picnic recipes from Kelsi Windmiller! This series was inspired by spring and our love of picnics and spending time outdoors :). Read more »

Lindsay Butler -Jun 11, 2013, 6:35PM
LOVE this presentation. I am looking to wrap some chicken salad croissants for a bridal shower in two weeks. How did you wrap them? Thanks so much!!
Meghan -Apr 08, 2013, 10:42AM
Umm...YUM!!!! And it looks cute. ;)

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Post image for Recipe: Mediterranean Lentil and Couscous Salad

This post is part of our new series focusing on restricted diets from Beth of Tasty Yummies. Read more »

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Steffie -Aug 07, 2013, 1:34AM
Wow I really love this salad, it's a great recipe and all my (non-vegan) friends love it to :) I'm definitely going to make it more often, especially since it so easy to make!

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Post image for Healthy Vegan Ice Cream Recipe!

When springtime hits, all of a sudden ice cream seems to be at the forefront of many people’s minds. It’s delicious and refreshing, and it lets us know that summer is on its way. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with treating yourself to some ice cream every so often, but today I have an “ice cream” recipe that’s actually good for you. Read more »

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Wilson -Jul 30, 2013, 8:13AM
Look like a very tasty ice cream, I love very much chocolate it is my favorite one.

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