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“Moosewood Cooks At Home”
by The Moosewood Collective - The renowned Moosewood restaurant in Ithaca, NY shares
Fast, simple recipes to prepare at home.
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“The Balanced Plate”
by Renee Loux - Includes a forward by Dean Ornish, MD. The essential elements of whole foods and good health.
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“The New Whole Foods Encyclopedia”
by Rebecca Wood - A comprehensive resource for healthy eating.
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LINKS


www.mercola.com - this site is an extensive source for articles about wide range of health issues.


www.havinghealthnow.com - Kevin Doherty explains Eastern approaches to health & wellness.


www.inspiredeating.com - Explore the body, mind, spirit connection to your own personal food choices with Lisa Turner


www.cookn-software.com - Incredible comprehensive cook’n recipe software. Print shopping lists from an extensive library of recipes.


www.myvemma.com/cheftom - Liquid vitamin supplement acclaimed by Dr. Oz. Great tasting way to prevent chronic conditions.


www.spicesherpa.com - SpiceSherpa.com is your open-access, online magazine to the authentic world of spices. Ask questions. Get answers. Explore and enjoy.

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Mulligatawny Soup

  This delicious Indian soup is easy to make. It provides a great refresher at any time of day. Enjoy this recipe from the Moosewood Collective.  MULLIGATAWNY SOUP 1 1/2 Cups Chopped Onions                    1 Medium Red or Green Bell Pepper,seeded and chopped 1 Celery Stalk, Chopped                              1 Firm Tomato, Chopped 2 Tbs Ghee                                                        1 Small Chili, seeded […]

Two Twists on Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Whole cranberries cooked with chopped dates and spiced with fresh green chilies is pictured here. Together with cardamom and cinnamon the tart flavor of cranberry balances out to an almost spicy result… For a twist on the perennial green bean casserole, spice up those traditional veggies with a mixture of black mustard seed, cumin seed, and crushed red pepper for a lively dish that you will love.

Seasonings Made Simple – Indian Inner Peace

Indian Inner Peace Note: this is part 3 in a 4 part series – search tag “seasonings” to see all posts. Indian cuisine features a rich blend of spices. I could spend an hour just closing my eyes and savoring the scent of each of them. Cumin, turmeric, coriander, cinnamon, ginger, all so hypnotic! Each […]

“Ponder The Plate”

It strengthens my connection to all the people who help feed me and fosters gratitude for the ability of our Earth to produce such abundance.