The following blog posts are categorized under Gluten Free

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In My Grain Bin

  Grains have been a part of the human diet for thousands of years, and yet they’ve become controversial (dare I say…demonized?) lately due to decades of hybridization that has…

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Grains; good or bad?

  As a healthy-minded individual, you’re conscious of whole grains, believing they’re good for you. They’re high in B-Vitamins, fiber and some protein. They’re satisfying, comforting, and an easy-to-make, inexpensive…

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Apple Cider Vinaigrette

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is good for you in many ways; it helps to balance your PH level because it’s alkalizing, it aids in detoxification, it fights candida and yeast,…

Quinoa seaweed

You may have heard me recently referring to the Lodge at Woodloch, a destination spa in the Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania. I ran away to “the Lodge” last month after turning in my book, in need of both movement and rest. The Lodge is located in the Pocono mountains, in a gorgeous mountain-top setting northeast from Scranton, PA. More coming on this lovely get-a-way, but I had to share this unique Quinoa Seaweed Salad with you. (I posted it on Instagram the other day, and my friends are asking for this recipe.) This is the creation of Chef Adam Mosher, for the Lodge at Woodloch. Ingredients: 3 cups quinoa (any color) cooked, and cooled 1 package of prepared seaweed salad from Whole Foods (quick fix) or the following to make your own Seaweed Salad 1 package wakame seaweed 2 tablespoons tamari soy sauce 2 tablespoons sesame oil ¼ cup mirin 2 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 2 tablespoon honey ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil ¼ cup toasted white sesame seeds Preparation: 1. Slice the dried wakame seaweed very thinly. 2. Combine remaining Seaweed Salad ingredients in a blender and puree on high to blend. 3. Mix the dressing into…

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Tomato, White Bean & Coconut Soup

  The photo shoot for my upcoming book took place in Richmond, VA, last month and although we were shooting a “summer” scene, it was actually 22 degrees and snowing…

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Lucuma Green Smoothie

  Lucuma is a superfood after my own heart. It’s sweet, nutritious and tastes subtly like maple. It’s also low glycemic, yet packed with nutritional benefits, like iron, zinc and…

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Green cannellini bean Dip

  I was pressed to deliver a green snack to a group of lower school kids for St. Patrick’s day, and having contributed guacamole one too many times, I made…

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Creamy Asparagus Soup

  Spring asparagus is not just delicious, but it’s nutrient dense; rich in fiber, and vitamins A, C, E, and K, and it contains  glutathione, which breaks down free radicals…

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Superfood Cabbage Coleslaw

  Coleslaw has always been one of my favorite foods, (is that strange?) so every once in a while I make a big batch and enjoy it for days. Cabbage…

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Slow Cooking Veggie Chili

  My son’s friends are coming this weekend; that means 5 tall, strapping teenage boys with big appetites. Although I know these boys eat meat, I like taking a break…

 
 
 
 
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