Monthly Archives: November 2012

Cold Weather Comfort- Moroccan Lamb Stew

I made a delicious stew last night and wanted to share…This is adapted from the Nourishing Traditions book (page 349, if you have it) because, as usual, I didn’t have all the ingredients their recipe called for. We had a … Continue reading

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A New Life for Carrot Juice Pulp?

Do you juice? Have you ever looked at all of that pulp left behind and thought about what a waste it is? I have.  Of course, I have chickens and turkeys that are happy to eat that beautiful rainbow confetti, … Continue reading

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Introduction to the GMO Challenge

A lot of us were angry, sad and hurt by the defeat of Prop 37 in California, this month. As you may know, this proposition would have required labeling of food products that contained GMO ingredients. I think we all expected … Continue reading

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