health review (?)

January 8, 2011

Around the time I started this blog I posted about my New Years General Resolutions.  You can go back and re-read it if you so desire, but I can summarize it for you with ease- I wanted to be healthier.  I think I’ve achieved this.  Not to suggest that I’m a picture of health and […]

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pineapple love crumble

March 2, 2010

There’s no point in hoping I’ll ever go completely raw in my diet- there are some things (like steak) that will always be on my plate that just don’t seem to fit with the “uncooked” idea.  (Yes, steak tartare is wonderful but I can’t make that for myself.  Get real.)  I really like trying out […]

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kitchen sink hummus *Updated*

February 25, 2010

I’ve been desperate to make hummus in my new food processor since the moment I arrived home with it.  I’ve had two recipes (both raw, vegan and gluten free) that I’ve tried previously, but discovered that making hummus in my mothers’ 1970-whatever blender is a bad idea… it makes sad noises, takes forever and the […]

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smoothie experiment

February 24, 2010

Email, 10:12 am From: To: Lisa@home tried a smoothie experiment today- only spinach, fruit and water into the blender.  no oj, no yogurt.  it’s good!  very thick, but good.  i like it with the yogurt, but i think i need to stop consuming it everyday. so, we’ll go a couple days without , and […]

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love me some greens

February 17, 2010

I just know you all are curious about that green smoothie breakfast I mentioned in my last post.  Thanks to my friend Lisa for introducing me to the idea (in fact, this week she’s posting a smoothie recipe everyday!)  I won’t expound upon why you should have breakfast or whatever.  All you need to know is […]

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new years general resolution

February 16, 2010

I turned 30 last year and unlike most people who lament their second 29th birthday, I didn’t have a hard time with it. I was done with the post high school find-yourself period, the college studious-but-stupid spell and the find-a-job-and-act-like-you’re-grown-up stretch.  I’d had the “lots’o’fun” that is expected of everyone in their 20’s (including that […]

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