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How To Go Vegan

How To Go Vegan

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Posted: October 29, 2012

Easy Breezy Vegan Going vegan is not as hard as most people think. It’s just different! Once you learn how to prepare some of your favorite foods like pizza, tacos, and desserts in fewer than […]

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Culinary Herbs for the Southern Autumn Garden

Culinary Herbs for the Southern Autumn Garden

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Posted: October 10, 2012

We’re blessed in southern California with a long growing season in the garden. Unlike many gardeners to the north, southern California green-thumbers can squeeze in another productive planting after the summer harvest and before winter […]

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Greek-Inspired Braised Green Beans

Greek-Inspired Braised Green Beans

As summer passes and the holiday season nears, it’s not too early to think about your holiday meals and favorite side dishes. Here’s a recipe for a Mediterranean-inspired green bean salad that, once prepared, you […]

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Kale, Persimmon Salad: Easy To Make And Good For Your Body

Kale, Persimmon Salad: Easy To Make And Good For Your Body

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Posted: September 25, 2012

This wonderful kale salad mixes pomegranate and a fresh honey, orange-lemon juice dressing–delicious! Natural Chef Sorrel shows Phoebe Chongchua from The Plant-Based Diet how quick and easy it is to make. The ingredients come from her […]

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Persimmon and Pomegranate Fruit Salad

Persimmon and Pomegranate Fruit Salad

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Posted: September 9, 2012

Here’s an appetizing crisp and refreshing salad that will surprise and inspire even the most jaded vegetarian. It’s fair to assume that you’ll find something in this salad that you haven’t tried before. Go ahead and cheat […]

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Iced-Tea, Refreshing And Naturally Sweetened

Iced-Tea, Refreshing And Naturally Sweetened

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Posted: May 28, 2012

Plain black tea does not do it for me. But something that has a fruity and flavorful aromatic smell that makes you want to twirl amongst sunflowers on a sunny Tuscan day in Italy. Well, […]

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Pea Soup with Roasted Red Pepper and Mint

Pea Soup with Roasted Red Pepper and Mint

The weather is warming up in San Diego but, if you still feel a bit of a chill, this Pea Soup with a flavorful twist is sure to warm you up. What Is It? A […]

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Vegucated: The Documentary

Vegucated: The Documentary

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Posted: February 28, 2012

What happens when three meat lovers take a challenge to give up all meat and dairy products for six weeks? Can they survive? What do they eat? Will they remain vegan? This documentary explores the […]

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Fresh Fruit Morning Salad

Fresh Fruit Morning Salad

I had my family over recently for a brunch and this was a huge success. This can be a starter for breakfast or the whole meal. We had some fresh squeezed apple juice and some […]

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Lentils

Lentils

This is an all-time favorite of mine, especially on a cold winter day. It’s hearty yet leaves you satisfied without feeling stuffed. Simple to make, easy to digest, and delicious. Use organic ingredients as much […]

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