Recipes-Food contains 103 articles
Growing Green Onions That Are Organic and Free?
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I eat a ton of salads, and so do my family members, and green onions go on EVERY salad. So I buy at least two bunches every week. They’re not that expensive – usually about $1.25 – $1.50 for two bunches. Still, that’s approximately $75 a year that I could spend on something else. More […]

Lettuce: Pesticide-Free, Non GMO, Local
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This is the kind of produce we should all be promoting and eating. It’s a lettuce mix called “Lettuce Buy Local”. It’s a mix of three lettuces: 1. Romaine 2. Green Lollo 3. Red Lollo Pesticide free: the farm that grows this is local but it’s spreading all over the southeast, according to their website. […]

My Ninja Parsley Plant
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Parsley is supposedly the world’s most popular herb. I planted parsley in a pot last spring, rather than in the ground, and had no expectation that it would survive the winter with its snows (OK, not so much snow this past year), sleet, ice and single digital temps. In the autumn, right before the first […]

Are You Eating GMO Foods Without Knowing It?
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Are you and your family eating GMO – genetically modified – foods? Do you care if you are? Perhaps you should. GMO foods come from seeds and plants that have been altered in a laboratory. There are various reasons for doing this. For instance, rapeseed, the source of canola oil, has been modified so that […]

Veggie Burger Recipe, Part II: Even Better Than The Last Ones!
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A week or two ago I made my first attempt at a healthy black bean burger. I really like Morningstar Farms black bean burgers but they’re GMO and I am eating much less processed food these days. I really love my first burgers and have made them a couple of more times. But there is […]

Artisan Lettuce: What Is This Stuff???
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I recently found a package of artisan lettuce in my grocery and couldn’t resist. I love and adore lettuce and here were three varieties I’d never eaten before: * Sweet gem * Tango * Oak Vitamin A, numerous B vitamins, vitamin C, calcium, manganese, iron, potassium, copper, phosphorous are just a few of the nutritional […]

My World Famous Vegetarian Stew
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OK, I admit I made up the ‘world famous’ part about my vegetarian stew, but at least it’s famous among my family and most everyone who knows me. If you’re looking for a vegetarian dinner idea, or a lunch idea – heck, I even eat it for breakfast – then this is it. Reasons to […]

Recall: Dangerous Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Boxed Dinners
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If you have any Kraft Macaroni & Cheese boxed dinners in your pantry, you need to check them out now. The FDA announced that Kraft is doing a recall of approximately a quarter of a million boxes due to dangerous metal fragments in the pasta you and your family might eat. Let’s face it … eating these […]

My First Black Bean Burger Attempt = Home Run!
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I’m an almost-perfect vegetarian (OK, so I cheat from time to time – so sue me! :-) But, I love burgers!!! So what’s a gal to do? Obviously, it’s to eat bean burgers. I’ve been buying the Morningstar Farm burger, which I like, and I’ve tried Boca burgers, which I don’t like. However, there are reports that MF uses […]

7 Kitchen Hacks: Keeping Your Ice Tea Cold & Other Earth Shattering Matters
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I see the word “hacks” everywhere these days. In fact, I think it’s so omnipresent that it’s become rather meaningless. But in the spirit of popular culture, I give you this small collection of kitchen hacks. Actually, they’re decent ideas, most of which never occurred to me. 1. Keeping Your Iced Tea (Or Any Cold […]