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Wild Rice with Kabocha Squash & Sage Butter

Wild Rice with Kabocha Squash & Sage Butter

Mix kabocha in with some comforting wild rice, toss in a sage-infused “butter” (made from coconut oil and simple, fresh flavors), and you’ve got the makings of a masterpiece.

Making chocolate the easy way {VIDEO}

There’s no better feeling than giving something that’s truly caring . . . and getting the credit for being a magically creative chocolate maker.

Homemade Energy Bars

Homemade Energy Bars

I look at energy bars with an opportunistic attitude: how much goodness can I pack into a great tasting treat? Make that energy bar live up to its name! Here’s how to make a truly natural bar…

Making the perfect kale crisps – the munchie of the millennium

Making the perfect kale crisps – the munchie of the millennium

By this point in time, I have more recipes for kale crisps then I care to admit. There really is no one right formula to make them, but there are a few tricks in getting them to cook properly. Here are a few suggestions . . .

Dilled Kale Crisps

Whether you use an oven or a dehydrator, these are exceptionally flavorful. You can also enjoy this recipe as a delicious fresh kale salad by simply not drying out the kale at all.

The Tao of Parsnips

I wish I had a brownie for every time I’ve been informed that eating naturally is simply too hard. While making fancy shmancy meals can be a fun project, uber delicious healthy food doesn’t have to be complicated…

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