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Larabars

While hiking into the Rocky Mountains back in the spring of 2000 Lara Merriken had an idea. Why not put all the natural goodness of fruits and nuts into a healthy snack bar. Full of energy, gluten free and pure. Twelve years later her company based in Denver, Col. produces millions of Larabars or LÄRABARs [...]

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November 25: International Meatless Day

The healthy concept of Meatless Mondays is more than a revolutionary fad; instead, this is an incredibly healthy strategy to encourage global participation in positive eating habits. Meatless Mondays emerged in response to the “no meat Monday” movement that was launched in 2003 by the Monday Campaign, Inc. associated with the world-renowned Johns Hopkins education [...]

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glazed carrots

Hello hello! Sorry it has been so quiet around here. Karol and I have been working on a side project related to NMM the last few weeks that has kept us away from here [more details on that in the near future!]. Just because it has been quiet around here doesn't mean it's been quiet [...]

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potaty leek soup

Somehow I blinked and autumn has faded and turned into winter. For me early winter is always a blur of holidays, hunting for the perfect pair of vegan snow boots to put on and not take off until April, and lots and lots of soups. My MEB doesn't really like soup. Which is why I [...]

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summer salad

Apologies for the camera phone picture above. My Canon is on vacation [literally] with a friend of mine camping out in the Midwest and has not come home yet. The MEB was kind enough to loan me his fancy phone this week to take photos. I am sure you thought after my post last week [...]

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summer salad

So far,so good September. I've been eating [more than] my share of late summer vegetables recently, and there are still a few more weeks before it's time for pumpkins and apples and all the other delicious autumn goodies. The warm days and cool nights mean that I alternately crave salad and soup [more soup recipes [...]

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Roasted Corn and Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes

I am really excited for September this year. September to me means warm days and cool nights, late summer corn, lots of tomatoes, and figs. You already know that I love to stuff vegetables, so I thought a recipe that allowed me to stuff tomatoes with corn would give us a good way to maximize [...]

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Noodles with Stir Fried Vegetables

The heat seems to have finally broken [around here at least] and I am back in my kitchen cooking. I spent a lot of this summer on the road [and in the air] and am excited to share some new recipes with all of you. A lot of time traveling means that I often come [...]

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Carrot Salad with Raisins

It's just too hot to cook. Well, okay, I guess that's not exactly true. But it has been hot and I haven't felt like turning on the stove or oven. The weather unfortunately doesn't understand that I still need to eat, so I have been looking for recipes to make that involve no cooking and [...]

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Vegan Chili with Sweet Cherries

I found myself stuck in an airport last week for several hours due to bad weather. While waiting for my very delayed flight, I flipped through a stack of magazines and ran across a recipe for a meaty chili with fresh cherries. I made a mental note to incorporate some fresh cherries as a seasonal [...]

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