Monthly Archives: January 2010


So I was looking for a “chip” to dip in guacamole…aka “wacamole “in our house due to it being my 3 year olds favorite snack. I had picked up some chips at Trader Joes that were plantain chips. They were … Continue reading

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New Found Paleo Website and Nut Flour Website.

My friend Jenny introduced me to this website.It is called Paleo Plan. ( So far I have used it for recipes but it is an excellent website that sends you menus, makes grocery lists, contains a blog and back logs … Continue reading

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These crackers were fabulous!

Thanks again to Elana’s Pantry, I made some really great crackers. These are Elana’s Pantry Rosemary Fig Crackers. Rosemary Fig Crackers 1 ½ cups blanched almond flour ½ teaspoon celtic sea salt 1 teaspoon rosemary, minced 3-4 dried figs, chopped 1 egg … Continue reading

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Time Magazine’s “How You Can Change Your Genes”

Dr. Lars Olov Bygren’s research helps explain how a father’s diet might affect certain traits he passes to his son Read more:,28804,1952062_1952061,00.html#ixzz0cQn1DqQI

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Yummy Dinner!Chicken with Sauteed Spinach and Capers.

I was not in the mood to follow a recipe last night so I threw this together last minute. It was amazing. I cut chicken breast in half to make them thinner then rinsed them in water and dredged them … Continue reading

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My new favorite food….brussels sprouts

Brussels sprouts are not a vegetable I have ever been fond of….or at least I thought. It is funny because when I was getting nutrition certified Robb Wolf said that we would learn to LOVE “the sprouts”. He was right. … Continue reading

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