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Supper on the Fly

Meal planning is my weakness. I’m proud that I planned this meal far enough in advance to take the home made baked beans out of the freezer to defrost. Did that this morning.  Wanted them to add to yesterday’s left-overs:

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Whole Wheat Brushetta, with Parsley-Fennel-Tomato Salsa

One of the best things about living in a globalized world is the sharing of cultural cuisine.  We can take dishes from every culture and adapt to suit our palate and commonly available food.  That’s why, when I found myself

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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 ›