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Gluten Free and Vegetarian Risotto is Tasty Comfort Food

mound of creamy rice moist with shredded greens and diced mushrooms in white plate

I had a great gluten free cookout with friends and family this past weekend to commemorate Memorial Day. But after all that good grilling, it was time to switch things up. I want to substitute char for creaminess, meat for mushrooms, a feast for a single tasty eats. It was time, my friends, to break

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20 Awesome Paleo Keto Recipes You’ll Love for Your Next Cookout

Paleo Keto Cookout Recipes

Everyone loves a good cookout. It brings the neighbors together and helps you get outside to enjoy the sun. The best thing about a cookout, though, is that it’s an easy way to entertain. Everyone brings a few dishes to make the meal so you can whip up a quick dish and be straight out

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You Live Life on The Go. Why Not Make A Sweet Banana Treat That Can Go With You?

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I love desserts, snacks, and eating on the go. Thankfully, this recipe does all of the above! The lumpia originated in China as the lumpiang. It’s a lot like other rolled fried foods in Asian cuisine, like spring rolls or wontons. Lumpia is the shortened name that gets used in Hispanic regions influenced by Chinese

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Love Egg Nog But Ditching Dairy? You’ll Love This Paleo Recipe for Nice Spice Nog

I’m guessing you’ve heard of pumpkin spice, yes? At first it was based on the spices we add to pumpkin custard to make pumpkin pie filling, but now it’s kind of a free for all where anything with some cloves or cinnamon is considered close enough to be called this, and you can buy everything

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Caffeine and Sugar Free Drinks That Will Make You Tinsane for Tisanes!

fine poreceline teacupe with silver edge decoration and flourish on handle blue flower print and scallops raised on white background on top of linen napkin embroidered with colorful flowers on wood table on wood backdrop with gold teaspoon in front and dried lavender cast in an arc on napkin to the left of cup

Now we all know I like my herbal tea. I’ve written about lavender, rose water, my favorite tea shop, and even done a whole roundup on tisanes. Today, in honor of the end of Fall fast approaching, we’re going to jump into something bigger. Something better. That’s right, we’re going to talk about hot tasty

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Struggling To Quit: The Dairy Addict

I scream, you scream- basically everyone screams for icecream. We can’t help it, it’s so smooth and creamy and scrumptious it brings out the volume in all of us. It’s a favorite dessert, and especially now that we’ve hit November icecream will start popping up on Thanksgiving tables (if you live in the USA) or

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Dietary Styles: A Primer

I know it can be hard to keep track of every little thing. Almost everyone that goes through your door has some kind of dietary restriction, and you would probably explode if you tried to keep track of every detail in your memory banks. They may be bigger than computers, but I mean, it`s not

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Fantastic Fritter

Whoopsie Daisy I know this was back in the day, before most of you even knew my blog existed, but I`m remembering some yummy pancakes I made earlier in the year. What brought on this bit of nostalgia? When I went on my Spring Break to Colorado, all kinds of experimental gluten free goodies came

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Raw Vitality

That Moment When You Just Know Yesterday I was talking with the lovely blogger in charge of NomadYouth, and I felt inspired to try some raw food after reading about her conversion from cooked vegan. I`ve tried raw before, you see, but I`ve never had a full raw meal. I guess I felt discouraged by

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So Hoity Toity with your Special Diet. Allergies? Pshaw.

Dear Misunderstanding friend/family/etc trying to convince me ‘one bite won`t hurt’, Sure, I like being special. I like ‘special‘ when it`s used as a codeword to mean brilliant, or above average, or just really cool and amazing. Who dislikes that kind of special? But then there`s the kind of special that is said in a

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