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  • Posted 01-18-2016
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    I'm a banana snob. I find there is about a 24 hour window when I will eat one right out of the peel; not too green and certainly not too brown! Hence, I always seem to have "old bananas" on hand....which isn't a bad thing, since I do like to use them in smoothies, oatmeal, and baked goods. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 01-06-2016
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    Who doesn't love a good pot of chili? But like so many dishes today, there seems to be a gazillion different ways to make it. I found the following recipe variation on the side of a box of chicken stock. Although I did make a few minor changes, I have used this recipe several times over the years and I definitely think it's a keeper! Continue reading →

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  • Posted 12-21-2015
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    I eats a lot of hummus so I almost always have a can of chick peas in my cupboard. I like the mild nutlike flavor and they have a firm texture that holds up well in a salad. They are an excellent source of fiber and have about 7 grams of protein per 1/2 cup serving. I made the following...

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  • Posted 11-20-2015
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    As you might already know, I like homemade sweet treats that are healthy and not full of empty calories. Awhile back I shared a recipe for a cookie using chocolate protein powder that I call Baked No Bakes. This recipe uses vanilla protein powder instead. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 11-05-2015
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    Because of its high starch count, the potato often gets a bad rap. I'm not sure how anything grown naturally in the ground can actually ever be considered bad for you! Potatoes are low in calories and high in vitamin C and fiber. One single baked potato (with the skin) has more potassium than a banana. Like everything else, when properly prepared and eaten in moderation potatoes can and should be a healthy addition to anyone's diet. Continue reading →

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