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Food For Thought: Waste Not Want Not Pudding

Dear Ye Annunaki, You might have heard that there is a food shortage here on planet earth. It’s all lies, lies, lies. There is in fact enough food for everyone and this shared meal is proof of that. None the

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Life in the (artistic) Zone

“Can I have your ticket please?” I show the young woman with the stylish hair-cut my Royal B.C. Museum ticket, the one I paid $15.00 plus GST for. “No,  your ticket with a word printed on it…look….”  She deftly produces 

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  • Today’s Whole Foods+
    Just like you, I used to cringe at the idea of  meal replacement shakes.   If anyone suggested them to me, I’d wrinkle my nose in disgust and say: “I only eat whole foods.” I only ate whole foods till I…Read more ›
  • Bean-stuffed Baked Squash
      Since releasing 55 pounds of toxic fat with my cleanse and fat-release system I’ve been taking a different approach to whole foods meals.  Where I used to be a big pasta eater, it’s pretty much been eliminated from my diet.…Read more ›
  • Poached Eggs on Kale
    Probably the easiest, most delicious whole foods meal going! Put about 1/2 inch if water in your favorite, 7 inch skillet, toss in some chopped kale, cover and bring to simmer over med-high heat. When the kale has wilted, reduce…Read more ›