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14 Methods To Make Zucchini Noodles

I get SUPER excited about these kinds of posts. I can feel all of my creative juices flowing while being inspired and hopefully inspiring at the same time. Today I’m sharing 14 methods that I have tried for making delicious nutritious zucchini noodles. This is just one of the reasons why I love raw food. …

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How to Sprout Alfalfa, Radish, Broccoli Seeds and Mung Beans

Meet my homegrown sprouts! Easier to grow than anything in the garden, they are ready in a matter of days. They are a trillion times cheaper than store bought as well as safer too. You control their ‘clean’ conditions and they aren’t shipped from anywhere. And don’t be fooled by their wee height as they …

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How to Make Homemade Orange Marmalade

I’ve kind of never really been interested in making my own jam and preserves BUT we received some delicious Apricot Jam from my sister-in-law for Christmas which made me want to try making my own. Then more recently, I’ve seen many pictures on instagram from 2 lovely ladies I follow that can, dehydrate, and ferment …

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How to Make Raw Fermented Sauerkraut

  All of this could be yours…. Say goodbye to really good, but overpriced raw fermented goodness… Instead, say hello to, extremely cheap (after an initial lifetime investment), extremely delicious raw fermented sauerkraut… What’s that? You say you don’t like sauerkraut? Neither did Jeremy and now he’s addicted. When we have it in the fridge …

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What Do You Do With 10 Pineapples?

You might remember last week I was giddy over acquiring 10 pineapples for the low cost of $10. I just wanted to check back in and show you what I did with them, because now is the time to pay attention to the deals at your grocery store and farmer’s markets for the best savings. …

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How to Eat a Dragon Fruit

Meet Dragon Fruit (also called Pitaya). This beautiful exotic mistress of the fruit section. She’ll make your bananas jealous even though she’s just a once a year fling. It’s been a long time since I tried a new fruit and this one looked so good that I had to give in to its $9.99 price …

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How to Make Closed Pineapple Rings

I kind of feel like I have TOO many ‘how to’ cut pineapple posts, but oh well! Pineapple is delicious and depending on what or how you want to use it – it may help to have a variety of ideas in your resource arsenal. Also, as I’ve mentioned in each post, it is way …

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How to Keep Herbs Fresh | Counter Style

This picture is of my Mom’s counter and showcases her lovely fresh herbs. I was jealous that she could do this on her counter. If you have the counter space and enough glasses, think about doing this as a way to keep your herbs fresh. She has a glass of cilantro and 2 of parsley. …

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Saving Orange Juice and Almond Milk for Future Smoothies

If you read yesterday’s post, you might be under the assumption that I brought celery, dates, and a mango through airport security, to enjoy before or during the flight. Well, that didn’t happen. The dates came along but that was about it. I woke up in the morning and just didn’t have an appetite. I …

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How to Make Raw Almond Butter

This is what I call to die for almond butter. It tastes amazingly fresh and dare I say better than store bought. Could it be because I soaked and dehydrated the raw almonds first? Maybe. Not something I’d do all the time, but it’s fun to try a new process. I’m very happy with my recent delve …

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