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Mandira Popat -Aug 03, 2013, 6:23PM
This has inspired me to start cooking again. Thanks.
Maisie -Jun 24, 2013, 8:23AM
This looks amazing! Deffo saving this! I can't wait to try it :)

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Purple might not be the first color you think of when it comes to food, but some of the most delicious foods come in this hue and they also have a wealth of benefits! Grapes, plums, eggplant, and blackberries are just a few of my favorites. On Sunday, Kelsi shared her purple recipe for the week, Forbidden Rice Pudding, and today I wanted to share some of the many benefits of purple foods.Read More

Hai-Yen -Mar 14, 2013, 9:29AM
I love plums <3

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Post image for Recipe: Purple Forbidden Rice Pudding

The second recipe in our foods of color theme for the month, form Kelsi Windmiller.Read More

Kelly -Oct 10, 2013, 12:45AM
I tried it out and it came out very well. I have always made rice pudding Indian style with regular milk, I tried it with the forbidden rice and although it was good, this is much better. I think the density of the coconut milk works much better with the hardier forbidden rice and it imparts a lovely flavor. Also substituted a clove of whole Cardamom for the vanilla. LOVE!
Crista -Jul 02, 2013, 10:13AM
i die for this pudding.

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Our recipe theme for the month is foods of every color, and we kicked it off this week with Kelsi’s delicious recipe for Green Goddess Guacamole. To go along with our colorful food recipes I wanted to share some of our favorite foods of each color, and their many amazing benefits!Read More

anonymus -Sep 11, 2015, 10:58PM
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izzyba -Apr 28, 2013, 1:20AM
hahah wilty....

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With spring not yet in the air (but certainly in our hearts), we’re very excited to see what the month of March will bring. Below, read up on in-season produce, and see what recipes you can dream up with the fruits and veggies that are best right now. Read More

kelli -Apr 21, 2013, 6:51PM
And y'all, wanted to make sure you know its very important to buy your strawberries organic (only). Those who pick the inorganic strawberries, typically have to wear hazmat suits because of all the chemicals that are put them. Please stay healthy. These are the type of little things that could really help ensure you have a long, healthy life and keep cancer at bay. <3 Kelli
Vanessa -Mar 05, 2013, 1:19PM
I love that you guys do this!

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Post image for Recipe: Green Goddess Guacamole

Our recipe theme for the month of March is color, to go along with our colorful March book! Here is the first post of the series from Kelsi Windmiller.Read More

me -Mar 12, 2013, 11:26PM
its kosher because back in the olden days jewish people used to make their meat by rubbing or soaking it with large chunks of salt. its just large chunks of salt.
martha -Mar 05, 2013, 12:18PM
Here in Mexico it's really common to also add red tomatoe and it looks more colorfull and it's yummier :)

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Post image for Recipe: An Easter Favorite From The UK

When I was young and Easter was approaching, I always looked forward to these little treats that we used to make and give to our friends and family. To this day, come March they are constantly on my mind. I find it hard not to make them! These simple, quick, and easy treats are fun and cheerful to make and will take up no time at all – all you need is shredded wheat, chocolate to melt, and mini eggs!

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Nicole -Mar 22, 2013, 3:07PM
these are also an awesome (and healthy) dessert when you use Fiber One original cereal instead of shredded wheat- when it's not Easter I love to mix shredded coconut in! so good.
My Face Hunter -Feb 28, 2013, 4:43AM
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Post image for Happy Foods: Saffron Lemonade with Blackberry Syrup

The third post in this month’s happy foods recipe series from Kelsi Windmiller.Read More

evey -May 12, 2013, 1:03PM
I love this I am making it for my family for mother's day. It has the sugariness from the sugar and a little kick from the saffron. I can't wait to see the look on their faces! :)
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Post image for Happy Foods: Steel Cut Oats With Medjool Dates & Toasted Coconut

The second post in our happy foods recipe series from Kelsi Windmiller.Read More

Katie -Jun 11, 2013, 1:33PM
Just wondering you are suggesting using coconut milk like almond milk, not the coconut milk you would add to a thai green curry. It's just that milk looks very white like the canned stuff and nothing like the coconut milk I buy for cereals etc.
candice -May 29, 2013, 5:38PM
I am going to make a quadrupel batch and freeze in individual portions so I can have this whenever I want to indulge for much healthier than pancakes, though I make mine pretty nutritious. My 1 year old son should eat this up in little spoonfuls too! Thanks!

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Post image for Happy Foods: Chocolate Peanut Butter & Banana Smoothie Recipe

The first post in our recipe series for the month of February featuring ‘happy foods’ from Kelsi Windmiller!Read More

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This is a guest post from Johnie Gall of Dirtbag Darling.Read More

Denise -Feb 03, 2015, 10:04AM
Made these as the recipe days and the bottom was just an awful mess to take out and cut, the bottom looks so good on the picture but it didn't turn out as such. Good recipe but maybe don't put foil in pan, spray the pan really good and bake right in pan.
Angela -Sep 16, 2014, 6:45AM
Made these smores bars last night. They came out awesome. The trick from them not falling apart when there cut is to allow them to cool down in the fridge. But overall they came out fantastic. And also use non stick Pam cooking spray. Do not use butter and also I used a disposal aluminum pan. I had no aluminum stuck to the bottom.

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Post image for Recipe: Vegan Chocolate Dipped Valentine’s Sugar Cookies

If you’re like me and can enjoy a cookie almost every day, then you will like this recipe. Not only will they satisfy your sugar cravings, but they are also vegan and to go alongside our love theme of the month we decided to make them in the shape of hearts.Read More

McKinley -Feb 11, 2013, 11:52AM
Yes, how many cookies does this recipe make? I'm definitely making them for friends and im beyond excited, i just need to know how much of each ingredient i'll end up needing! Xoxo
Jackie -Feb 10, 2013, 3:57PM
I just made these cookies and they were absolutely delicious!

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