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So… you made your own almond milk… now what?

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Sal -Mar 09, 2016, 6:14AM
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Michelle -Feb 22, 2016, 5:37AM
Those recipes sound so delicious and healthy at the same time, I have to try them! https://www.makeandmess.com/

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Giving sugar the boot!

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Taylor -Mar 09, 2016, 1:01PM
I'm trying to cut out sugar as well. For me I am doing it more slowly. I'm starting with cookies, cakes, etc (anything that counts as a traditional dessert) and trying to make my own options with natural sweeteners. In my few weeks of trying (and falling off the wagon a lot!) I've learned that 2 things are important. First, forgiveness is key. Giving up sugar is hard and so I try not to beat myself up when I have something sugary. Second, having options is important. If I don't have a healthy sweet option I will automatically go for the unhealthy option when I have a craving!
Bethany -Feb 23, 2016, 11:55AM
I just stick to a balanced diet and not depriving myself! I have always been a chocolate and candy addict, but I've figured out over the years how to have it as a special treat here and there and not on a regular basis. I eat out maybe once a month, otherwise our meals are home made! Feels much better knowing what you're putting in your food!:) good luck!!

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Finally, a cake recipe that leaves you feeling satisfied without the guilt, upset stomach and sugary mess. 

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Why are Australians obsessed with breakfast salads?

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nancy -Mar 26, 2016, 6:29AM
I am having great difficulty reading your website, print is very faded. I like what I can see and would love to be able to enjoy your articles. Any suggestions ?
Jodi -Mar 10, 2016, 5:55PM
This looks so good. I would never have thought of making this combination but it looks amazing. www.throughmyowneyes.com

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Does the mid-winter chill have you feeling under the weather? Get well soon with this DIY cold remedy.

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Grace -Feb 19, 2016, 6:36PM
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Nicole -Feb 19, 2016, 3:20PM
I make the exact same tea drink but I add just a *pinch* of cayenne pepper - it gives the drink a little kick without being actually spicy. It definitely helps when you have a cold!

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Kate Jacoby, Chef/Co-Owner at V Street and Vedge (two of Philadelphia’s famed vegetable restaurants), breaks down everything we ever wanted to know about plant-based proteins! Read More

Rose -Feb 22, 2016, 6:30PM
@Lillica Be as informed as you can about the issue. Just watching cowspiracy, earthlings, and more, and learning facts of what goes into animal products made me quit meat for good. Also, try and get to know some good vegan restaurants, find some recipes that you know you'll like that don't have meat in them, and work on adjusting your palette so that you actually enjoy eating veggies and beans for proteins rather than meats! As for animal byproducts, I would suggest finding healthy and natural (non-GMO) substitutes at first, then move towards less processed substitutes and to wholesome meals. It's super easy after you get the hang of it and are passionate about it .
Lillica -Feb 20, 2016, 7:49PM
I used to be a full vegetarian, but have fallen of the path in the recent years. I have been trying to start up again, but have been failing miserably at it. I eat meat in moderation, but still, I really would love to be a full veggie, or even better a vegan, again. Does anyone have any tips on how can I stay away from the dead flesh and only eat good veggie diet???

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Under the weather and over it? Drink this.Read More

Maria -Feb 18, 2016, 10:04AM
I definitely need this at the moment, thanks for sharing! Whenever I'm feeling rundown my go-tos are lots of tea, ginger & lemon, and staying as cosy as possible. Maria | Moore of this
Chris A Marcus -Feb 17, 2016, 11:55AM
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Celebrate the Oscars with a quick and easy (and super delicious) 4-ingredient cocktail!

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Gwen Watson -Mar 02, 2016, 12:43PM
This cocktail is a perfect way to honor the Academy Awards! It’s also a delicious cocktail to serve year round. If you don’t have Champagne on hand, Prosecco will also work well.
Paulina -Feb 17, 2016, 1:35PM
The Revenant! for best picture!

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Show your love this Valentine’s Day with something sweet (& healthy) for your sweetheart…

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Ainsley -Feb 14, 2016, 12:37PM
It might also be a nice look and flavor to add a dropper of chlorophyll to your chocolate mint cheesecake filling.
Michael Jean -Feb 11, 2016, 2:36AM
What a healthy valentine treat. Will surely try this. Thanks for sharing.

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You’ve decided to take on the kitchen this Valentine’s Day…but a little nervous? This recipe is for you!Read More

Meghan -Feb 14, 2016, 2:33PM
Hi there! My boyfriend is going to be making this for dinner tonight :) however we were wondering how many people this recipe serves, it is just the two of us & we weren't big on leftovers! xox
pooja -Feb 10, 2016, 2:49AM
@fp joanna Love seeing something somewhat substantial on this website. :- ) And yes to wine. Valentine's Day is not finished without a container of red wine. regards pooja

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For the sake of the upswing, here is my breakfast of winter champions — parsnip hash.

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Mandie Fae -Feb 08, 2016, 8:09PM
YUM!! Thanks for the recipe! Breakfasts with family are very special to me!

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A great tea for a stubborn sore throat, or when you want to power up your respiratory system.

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fpcarrie -Feb 05, 2016, 3:40PM
hi all! from abbye: iHerb or Mountain Rose Herbs are both great options for all ingredients. https://www.mountainroseherbs.com http://www.iherb.com/The-Tao-of-Tea-Organic-Famous-Australian-Herb-Lemon-Myrtle-Caffeine-Free-3-oz-85-g/42872?gclid=Cj0KEQiAisy1BRD7_YSgpduD2cEBEiQAPR3UuKel8hFUIESptdtWuPt51ZVAfEoFry5U0IUevV6uPxcaAgax8P8HAQ This is the one I use: http://www.sweetteafactory.com/australian-lemon-myrtle/ Mountain Rose Herbs doesn't have lemon myrtle, but you can use lemon verbena in its place if you don't want to order it separately. Whole Foods also stocks slippery elm, peppermint, and licorice root in the bulk section at most locations.
Share Smithwick -Feb 03, 2016, 12:13PM
I searched Amazon and found the Elm & licorice root but the lemon myrtle leaves is not so easy to source due to the word lemon ....I ask the question whether or not Lemon myrtle leaf was the same as just Myrtle or Lemon Verbena or Lemon balm and according to the net the latter two is not closely related. Maybe Ms Churchill or our blogger can offer some suggestions. At this point I'm thinking if we could find an already blended tea of this concoction it would be much easier.

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