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Quinoa-Chia Energy Bars

Quinoa-Chia Energy Bars

Extra-natural bars sweetened entirely by fruit, with no added sugar, no honey, no agave … nothing. How nice for a change!

Lessons from The Grand Chia Master

Lessons from The Grand Chia Master

Kids may be picky, but it’s not the nutrients in food they’re picky about; many times it’s the way nutritious food is offered in the first place. When presented with tasty healthy options — and given the opportunity to make their own choices — the beneficial foods children gravitate toward is often genuinely inspiring.

Just Released! Superfood Cuisine: Cooking with Nature’s Most Amazing Foods

Just Released! Superfood Cuisine: Cooking with Nature’s Most Amazing Foods

I am unbelievably proud and thrilled to announce that my first book, Superfood Cuisine: Cooking with Nature’s Most Amazing Foods is now available. Due to the amazing response from the pre-orders (thank you!)…

New cookbook offers the definitive guide to cooking with superfoods

New cookbook offers the definitive guide to cooking with superfoods

Superfood Cuisine: Cooking With Nature’s Most Amazing Foods by Julie Morris will be available late spring 2011, offering over 100 superfood recipes and an inspiring guide to a nutrient-dense lifestyle.

The great egg substitute

One of my favorite baking facelifts is replacing eggs with “superseeds” like flax or chia, which are full of omega fats, fiber, protein and minerals. I swear: your muffins can’t tell the difference. Here’s the formula…

Veggie BBQ like you mean it

Veggie BBQ like you mean it

Barbecues are always a hot thing to do, but with the increasing amounts of celebration surrounding a vegetarian diet, the grill game’s a-changin’.

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