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Baked Potato Soup
Tempeh Chili
Zucchini and Roasted Tomatoes with Pasta
Flan

Flan

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Chocolate-Covered Blueberry Bowl
Chocolate BBQ Tempeh Sandwich
Chocolate Pasta

Chocolate Pasta

Like wine, vinegar or lemon juice, chocolate provides just the right touch of acidity. Italians love to add a hint of chocolate to sauces because it act as an emulsifier,...

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White Chocolate Baba Ghanoush

White Chocolate Baba Ghanoush

White chocolate gives added depth to the roasted eggplant and garlic in this Lebanese dip.

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Raw White Chocolate

Raw White Chocolate

In this recipe you will need cacao butter, not processed white chocolate. Cacao butter is made by pressing ground, milled cacao nibs to make a cocoa paste. This process separates...

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What To Do With Leftover Almond Pulp

What To Do With Leftover Almond Pulp

If you’re making homemade almond milk (or any nut milk), it can create lots of leftover pulp that many would discard. Even if you don’t compost, this food does not have to go to waste. There are lots of delicious things to make with that pulp. Here are a few recipes for now. I will […]

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A Pumpkin-Palooza of Recipes for Fall

A Pumpkin-Palooza of Recipes for Fall

  Fall is here and that means pumpkins are in season. But they aren’t just for carving at halloween. Pumpkin can create some of the most delicious and nutritious dishes – both sweet and savory! We know how great they taste, but the nutritional benefits of pumpkins are many: Recovery: Potassium helps restore the body’s balance of electrolytes after a […]

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Make Your Own Condiments for Summer Cookouts

Make Your Own Condiments for Summer Cookouts

Condiments are the perfect addition to a meal or snack. Making your own is very easy and satisfying. You’re free to adjust the flavors to your fancy, add extra ingredients, or delete ingredients you don’t like. Just in time for those summer cookouts and pool parties, here are a few condiments that can be readily made in […]

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6 Nutrition Rules for Endurance Athletes

6 Nutrition Rules for Endurance Athletes

From Active.com by Jennifer Ward Barber  In a sport where food is fuel, we sometimes forget that eating well is more than just bars and salt pills. As an endurance machine, what you put in your mouth during those non-training hours can make the difference between functioning at your best and getting rusty—or at worst, breaking […]

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8 DIY Cleaning Recipes

8 DIY Cleaning Recipes

Unlike manufacturers of cosmetics and personal care products, companies that make cleaning products are not required to list the ingredients they put in their formulations on the package, bottle or box. U.S. law allows manufacturers of cleaning products to use almost any ingredient they wish, including known carcinogens and substances that can harm fetal and […]

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Nutrition Tips for Endurance Run Training

Nutrition Tips for Endurance Run Training

It’s been 10 years since my first marathon – Rock n’ Roll San Diego. I had joined the San Diego track club’s marathon training program and did all the training runs and track workouts. But during the race, blisters got the best of me. A 5 hr marathon was definitely not the goal time I […]

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