Tomato Basil Soup — Safari of the Mind

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You could easily turn this recipe into lactose-free by substituting the heavy cream with coconut cream. As I was looking through The Reader on Word Press a few weeks ago, my husband was in the study and caught a glimpse of Mimi’s Tomato Basil soup and muttered the words “yum, tomato soup, my favorite”. Really? … Continue reading Tomato Basil Soup — Safari of the Mind

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A Simple Vegetarian Supper — Safari of the Mind

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It is always such a busy time of the year between Thanksgiving and Christmas isn’t it? There are so many parties, events to attend, festive gatherings and displays and no matter which way you turn, there’s always food, drink and Christmas goodies involved. I try so hard to be on track, but invariably I find […] … Continue reading A Simple Vegetarian Supper — Safari of the Mind

Make Your Own Chocolate: 3 Ingredients, 2 Minutes — Wellness Munch

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We're going crazy for chocolate today!  Make your own chocolate squares, plus make your own Nutella spread with these two easy recipes.  The idea behind this is too have a sweet, chocolaty treat without all of the chemicals and preservatives.  Great recipes! Do you know you can make chocolate at home exactly within 2 minutes … Continue reading Make Your Own Chocolate: 3 Ingredients, 2 Minutes — Wellness Munch

Braised Kale — The Wacky Spoon

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I love Kale!! Calling all Kale lovers. This curly vegetable has its roots in the brassica oleracea family and has been around for over 2,000 years. In fact, the Greeks and Romans had a steady diet of kale. I doubt they made smoothies with it, but I like to think they might have enjoyed this … Continue reading Braised Kale — The Wacky Spoon

Zillions of Zoodles — snapshotsincursive

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We're going ZOODLES! What’s Cooking in Gail’s Kitchen? All the Buzz: Zillions of Zoodles! Anyone who owns a KitchenAid stand mixer will tell you they know all about the Spiralizer. I know it may sound like a super-hero with super-powers, but in many ways it is….for foodies, in my opinion. A Spiralizer is an attachment … Continue reading Zillions of Zoodles — snapshotsincursive

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Health Column – Food Myths – Do you have enough #salt in your diet? #Overweight #Sugar Cravings — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

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I originally shared this post two years ago and I wanted to update it with any new reports to support this surprising perspective on the salt we consume in our diet. One of the first points that I want to make is that I am not suggesting that you consume industrialised foods that contain not […] … Continue reading Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Health Column – Food Myths – Do you have enough #salt in your diet? #Overweight #Sugar Cravings — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Global Food Waste [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

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Food that is produced and never eaten is a truly needless and avoidable form of waste. Because many people forget the value of food, they perhaps don’t realise how much they throw away every day. Any improvements to the efficacy of the food supply chain are incredibly important. via Global Food Waste [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

X-ceptional Sesame Slaw — snapshotsincursive

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What’s Cooking in Gail’s Kitchen? All the Buzz: X-ceptional Sesame Slaw! Get set for a roller coaster ride of flavor. Asian-style coleslaw is a lighter alternative for your next potluck or picnic outing. No mayo! It has a distinct taste of pineapple, ginger, sesame, and soy with just a slight kick of red pepper. The […] … Continue reading X-ceptional Sesame Slaw — snapshotsincursive

Killer Tomato Salad — Lady Melady: My Castle, My Food

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You maybe remember that I’m intrigued by recipe titles that claim they are “Best”. Running across this tomato salad recipe that said it was “Killer” just made me giggle. That might be stretching it. Could tomato salad actually taste killer? I recently found a tomato cracker salad that was so good I now make […] via … Continue reading Killer Tomato Salad — Lady Melady: My Castle, My Food