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Getting a juicer this summer has been nothing sort of life changing for me – in the best way possible. Read more »

Leah -Aug 29, 2014, 1:20AM
Thats funny that you say to clean it immediately, I was telling my friends that and they were like "THAT'S WITH EVERYTHING THOUGH!" and I'm like yeah but you don't understand. I'm glad you do
Brandon -Aug 28, 2014, 12:53PM
haha great post! it seems we have come to similar conclusions in our short time of juicing( i also really got into it at the beginning of this summer). Definitely going to have to bulk up on muh greens though!

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Post image for Summer Meets Fall In This Rustic Fruit Tart

Last week I shared the unexpected health benefits of stone fruits, these jewel-toned beauties are in season right now, so there’s no time like the present to enjoy all they have to offer. Read more »

ATaylor -Aug 26, 2014, 11:16AM
I made a variation with apples and cherries that was incredible. Everyone raved over the combination of ginger lemon and I substituted cinnamon for the arrowroot. Thanks!
Alexandra -Aug 16, 2014, 11:39PM
Those spoons are so fun! Thanks for sharing this recipe - perfect timing as I can feel fall coming in so quickly. Perfect time of year for a warm pie. Warm regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Post image for 3 Brand New Variations Of Avocado Toast

In the world of soul-satisfying, easy to prepare food, nothing compares to avocado toast. Say the two words together — “Avocado. Toast.” — to any number of people and your assertion will likely be met with “ohhs”, “ahhs”, and “oh man, yes” — or some variation of the three. If a toast-based dish could have a cult following, this one would, and for good reason. Read more »

Lee @ Modern Granola -Aug 15, 2014, 6:32PM
I love avocado toast! Thanks for the ideas on how to spice it up!
Jessica -Aug 15, 2014, 1:31AM
wow......the 1st one this list....apricot preserves! so unexpected/amazing, can't wait to try (seems like some goat cheese in the mix might make it even better?!?) possibilities are endless.......anyway, the one i've been loving: sprouted whole grain bread mashed avocado sliced cherry tomato toasted sesame oil** ( this is what makes it :) ) himalayan pink salt

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Post image for Raw Chocolate, Sea Salt, & Pistachio Chunks

For our most recent FP Me shoot in the UK, we were fortunate enough to have the talented Xochi Balfour along with us – thus giving us the opportunity to try some of her amazing recipes! Today we’re sharing Xochi’s recipe for Raw Chocolate, Sea Salt, and Pistachio Chunks – a delicious and healthy dairy-free alternative to fudge. Learn how to make them below! Read more »

Bonnie -Aug 17, 2014, 9:58AM
Could someone please convert this recipe from metric to standard measurements? Thanks!!
crystal -Aug 15, 2014, 10:10PM
Yes please!

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Post image for Mind Blown: Fruits Vs. Veggies

I heard something the other day that actually blew my mind… Read more »

rls -Aug 18, 2014, 9:33PM
Would eggplant be considered a fruit too? And then how do the 'nightshades' apply with this defintion?
Linz -Aug 13, 2014, 10:51PM
Yeah but a berry is a type of fruit soooo

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Post image for Roasted Tomato and Chive Scrambled Egg Breakfast Sandwich

This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian. Read more »

Claire -Aug 17, 2014, 1:39PM
I just tried this as a breakfast for lunch meal (since i'm too groggy to be cooking in the morning) and it was amazing! My biscuits crumbled a little but that may have been since i let it sit for a while before baking so the butter may have melted some, but besides that it was delicious! I highly recommend trying this recipe :)
Maïa -Aug 14, 2014, 5:29AM
hmmmmmm it looks so delicious ! I have to try this this weekend ! xx, Maïa http://www.wildandfolkheart.blogspot.com

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This is about to blow your mind. Read more »

Lub -Aug 31, 2014, 1:53PM
Nikki, don't let that reading fool you!!! Every single serious nutritional investigation demonstrate the opposite. Critical heat point of olive oil is 410°F / 210°C!! In fact no other oil can go that high. It's true that has more benefits when raw but if you want to cook, olive oil is the healthier option, just do it with extra virgin olive oil at 375°F / 190°C. There's a tabu about frying with olive oil but: 1st Olive oil do not soak into food as other oils. 2nd It doesn't produce toxic elements, as seed oils. 3rd Olive oil keeps his physical and nutritional properties, you can even reuse it!!! You are looking for a healthy cooking oil?? Then look for a good extra virgin olive oil, specially picual variety.
Emily -Aug 21, 2014, 1:50AM
Nikki - Coconut oil has more saturated fat than olive oil and has more monounsaturated fat which is good for heart health (in moderation of course). According to the Cleveland Clinic olive oil wins against coconut oil as the healthier option. It is a common misconception that coconut oil is healthier. http://health.clevelandclinic.org/2013/10/olive-oil-vs-coconut-oil-which-is-heart-healthier/

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Post image for The Only Zucchini Salad Recipe You Need

I’m gonna blow your mind right now: Zucchini is — botanically speaking — a fruit. I’ll let that sink in for a sec … OK, all good? A versatile plant, zucchini lends its fruity side to sweet baked goods, like muffins and bread, but it is most often used in savory dishes since it’s usually treated as a vegetable. And if you haven’t acquainted yourself with this bright green squash, you’re missing out because we just so happen to be in the middle of zucchini season. Read more »

Maïa -Aug 14, 2014, 5:31AM
Hmmmm this recipe tastes amazing ! This is perfect for a summer lunch. Thanks for sharing ! xx, Maïa http://www.wildandfolkheart.blogspot.com
Julia -Aug 11, 2014, 7:02AM
literally eating this right now: it's SO good and refreshing! kinda alternated the recipe a little and it still tastes amazing! <3 thanks for sharing, it's so easy to make and perfect for summer!

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Post image for How To Clean Fruits & Vegetables Naturally

Recently we’ve done a couple of posts about organic vs. non-organic produce in the form of the Clean Fifteen and Dirty Dozen. One of you lovely readers had a question about the best ways to wash your produce – an excellent inquisition indeed. Read more »

Caroline -Aug 08, 2014, 6:54PM
Thank! And I'm sure the apple cider would give it a slight tang! http://thebluerevolt.blogspot.co.uk http://thebluerevolt.blogspot.co.uk http://thebluerevolt.blogspot.co.uk http://thebluerevolt.blogspot.co.uk
Aniqa -Aug 08, 2014, 6:50PM
I agree with Renee as well. Also, I think media created all this hype about buying organic. Yes, it is great in theory, but after talking to quite a lot of farmers, I realized everything is not so black and white and I am more than satisfied with normal, non-gmo food. Great post though! :) Aniqa x aniqadreams.blogspot.com

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Post image for 50+ Gluten-Free Recipes For Summer

This post is part of our Restricted Diet series from Beth of Tasty Yummies. Read more »

monika -Aug 12, 2014, 8:31AM
thank you for these! great selection of recipes i can't wait to try!
Sarah -Aug 09, 2014, 10:46PM
I absolutely LOVE this post. I have celiac. I am stoked to try some of these recipes! :) mmm

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Post image for The Surprising Benefits Of Stone Fruits

Whether you prefer a peach, its soft, velvety skin warmed by the sun, a few chilled plums eaten messily over the sink, or a bowl of freshly washed vibrant red cherries, now is the time to enjoy stone fruits. Read more »

elizabethportman -Aug 07, 2014, 4:56AM
Fruit may be the ideal food in nature. We may just think of a bird eating a plum or a cherry and so flying away and shitting out the ingested stone somewhere away from the plant that gave that fruit for the possibility of spreading of off-spring out in nature.
3girls1apple -Aug 06, 2014, 10:23AM
Love me some peaches!!! Great post =)

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Post image for Chickpea Veggie Burger With Fried Halloumi

There’s nothing better than cooking out on a grill in the summer, and eating beneath the late-day sunshine as it dips below trees.  Read more »

Kate @ Babaganosh.org -Aug 04, 2014, 2:10PM
This is the second time in two weeks that I hear someone mention halloumi. It sounds so good, where can I get some of it?? I haven't seen a Greek store near me :( the kale and the burger both look really good. Great recipe!
Leanna -Aug 04, 2014, 11:39AM
As a vegan, is there a substitute I could use for the egg in this recipe? Looks delicious, would love to try the vegan version :)

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