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St. Patty’s Day is here and we know by experience on March 17, everyone is a little bit Irish whether they really are or not. “Quick, kiss me! I’m Irish!” People wear the green and revel in the day by drinking Irish ale or preparing meals for love... read more

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The first time I tasted Muesli was at the Westin Hotel in Kansas City, in 1999. It was not what I expected. It looked so yummy in the menu photo, but had little taste and looked like oatmeal that had stayed too long in milk. Needless to say, I never order... read more

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All these little “adultisms” handed down from generation to generation. Where do they come from and do they have merit? Well, greens it seems hold a wealth of nutrition in some very large leafy, almost plant-like leaves that embody a whole subculture ... read more

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They can’t seem to get enough of that chocolaty, cinnamon goodness that reads like an Easter bread for the Czechs and the Poles, but more like an every-day cake for the Jews. The Czechs, Hungarians and Ukrainians made Nut Roll—layers of pastry, brushe... read more

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Wherever do the young find these things?!  Suja, an organic cleansing drink developed by a RAW chef and his partner, a woman who wrestled with autoimmune skin disease as a teen, has become a staple of those who take getting and staying in shape seriously... read more

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You don’t have to give your kids, your family or your friends a sugar rush to ensure they have a happy Halloween.  In fact, hosting a “healthy” dinner party or presenting your family with an extra special “spooky, playful meal” before donning c... read more

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With all the beautiful, ripe fruit and vegetables beginning to come into Green Acres, it starts some of us thinking of easy, breezy springtime entertaining. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free, caveman, gluten free or grain-convinced, you’ll ... read more