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Alexandra -Sep 08, 2014, 11:44AM
Good & good for you! Thanks for sharing. Love all those vibrant colors. Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com
Caitlin -Sep 07, 2014, 8:42PM
This looks incredibly yummy. It will be the perfect use of all my the late summer veggies!

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In Italy, the food grows plentifully. On a recent trip to a Tuscan villa, we found ourselves surrounded with figs, olives, cantaloupe, oranges, and herbs for the taking. Giant acorn squash grew in a patch on the terraced hillside next to our home; we were able to pick one and incorporate it into many meals. One of my personal favorites evolved into an evening long procession of gnocchi. Read more »

Naomi -Sep 06, 2014, 11:47AM
Jen- so sorry - yes- mix the ricotta in with the dough!
Hypnotica Vintage -Sep 06, 2014, 9:21AM
these look seriously good. Might try a version at my upcoming farm job- lots of good local squash and hungry folk. http://www.etsy.com/shop/HypnoticaVintage

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

Michelle -Sep 24, 2014, 1:17AM
@Tihana- not all oats are safe for celiac patients, or those with wheat or gluten allergies. Some cross contamination can occur in processing if they are packaged in a facility that handles flour or wheat products or came into contact while growing or being harvested. Oats also can cause a similar reaction to wheat in those with sensitivities or allergies to wheat, since the protein found in oats (avenin) is similar to gluten and some people can't tolerate oats either. @thefolia - there are some varieties of oats that *are* gluten free, but you'll need to read the package to determine if it was handled in a gluten free facility. Ultimately, oats aren't always safe for those with celiac disease or similar conditions (ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, etc...) because even without the presence of wheat gluten, you may still be sensitive to the oats themselves.
Tihana -Sep 08, 2014, 11:52AM
@thefolia of course not, oats are gluten free by nature.

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I recently rid my diet of basically all grains and starches, and I’ve surprisingly been having such a fun time experimenting with making different kinds of breads using alternate types of flour. Read more »

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Post image for The Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe You’ve Been Searching For

A new season is here… Read more »

Emma -Oct 19, 2014, 7:42AM
I would just like to say that this was lovely. Thank you for sharing!
Cindy -Sep 27, 2014, 3:10PM
I did not really like this recipe either. Only because my expectations didn't match up with reality. The ginger made it too spicey and overpowered any of the pumpkin pie flavor I was hoping for. I added more agave nectar to sweeten but the ginger was just too much for a latte. The chai tea recipe was awesome though!

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Sometimes when the internet tells you to not do something, it’s best to listen.  Read more »

kellyspeca -Sep 18, 2014, 1:01AM
i recomend always home remedies which are more effective and cheap, best part is we can use these without going anywhere................
Maïa -Sep 02, 2014, 9:14AM
Sooo yummy !!! Thanks for the recipe ! xx, Maïa www.wildandfolkheart.com

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I’m a sucker for simple and delicious recipes that require little effort to make. Read more »

Michelle -Sep 24, 2014, 1:40AM
Yum. I love pineapple (and a lot of other fruit) spiked with a similar concoction called taijin. (In the southwest and mexico, it's common to eat fruit, cucumbers, and other vegetables with the stuff- it's really just a blend of chili powder, dehydrated lime juice, and salt).
Maïa -Sep 02, 2014, 9:56AM
This looks so delicious ! Pineapple is my favorit summer fruit ! So freshy and yummy ! I will try this soon x, Maïa www.wildandfolkheart.com

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Bananas. They’re one of those foods that we often take for granted, always there in the fruit bowl next to the apples, turning brown more quickly than I would prefer. Read more »

fp julie -Sep 08, 2014, 10:12AM
Maria - I'm so glad you enjoyed the recipe and that everyone liked the outcome! These are so versatile, you can really throw whatever you have lying around in them and they'll always be good. I'll definitely keep your suggestion in mind for future posts, I always love an easy recipe :)
Maria -Sep 07, 2014, 7:47PM
Thank you SO MUCH for this recipe. I work in a shelter for migrants and all of the food we get is donated, so we don't have the more expensive or exotic ingredients that are often listed in recipes on this site. Moreover, the cooking we have here is often really greasy and unhealthy, because that's what a tight budget can afford! Thanks for providing something delicious AND cheap -- I made them for the house and everyone loved them! Please post more recipes like this!

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Post image for Strawberry Basil + Ricotta Breakfast Tartine

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

James -Aug 29, 2014, 4:04AM
Nice breakfast recipe, you can find more healthy and weight loss diet recipies on http://www.innerfight.com.
Mandy -Aug 26, 2014, 1:26PM
Yum! I love ricotta on bread so this is a must try! Mandy www.mandydacandy.com

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I was gifted my first cookbook at the age of 10. I still have it, too: The Pillsbury Book of Baking. Every now and then I take it down from the shelf, usually during the holidays when I’m making something a little outrageous and a lot sweet. It may not be on heavy rotation these days, but that first book taught me to love recipes and baking. Read more »

Lucia -Sep 13, 2014, 5:35AM
You can buy these books pretty cheap here: http://www.librarist.com/us/book/9781580081306/
Anj -Sep 04, 2014, 10:27AM
My cookbook bible is Stephanie Alexander's 'The Cook Companion' - It is literally the cook's bible! It has information about countless ingredients and how to use them in recipes. It's amazing!

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Post image for Blueberry Rosemary Chia Seed Jam

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

Tracy -Aug 24, 2014, 11:31PM
This is amazing. Just made it for the first time and I'm in love.
Linda Low -Aug 24, 2014, 2:02AM
Pictures look DE-LI-CIOUS! Chia seeds are so healthy and versatile to use. Thanks for the share! Pictures look DE-LI-CIOUS! Chia seeds are so healthy and versatile to use. Thanks for the share! http://www.healthychiaseeds.com

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Post image for Extra Super Overnight Superfood Pudding

If you’re looking for a superfood breakfast, this is your answer. Hands down. Read more »

Michelle -Sep 11, 2014, 7:31PM
mmm! I'd add pumpkin puree! or add a little molasses and ginger/spices to make it gingerbread-y
Shelley -Aug 19, 2014, 5:38PM
Looks healthy and delicious! https://www.etsy.com/shop/EarthChildArt?ref=hdr

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