Resources


“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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Storing Fresh Herbs – A Garden in Your Fridge

Nothing is worse than buying a fresh bunch of herbs and the only getting to a little amount one time before they go bad. Say goodbye to that black, soggy lump of cilantro that is only 3 days old.

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 […]

Seasonings Made Simple – Asian Fascination

Color, texture, and a balance of flavors are what charaterize Asian cuisine and make it so fascinating to prepare and so incredible to sit down to enjoy.

Italian Inspiration – Seasonings Made Simple

So cut up some fresh Vegetables & cook them in an Oil with a Savory element. Season them with Herbs & Spices along with some Nuts or Extras. Serve beside a lean protien such as fish or chicken or over a pile of Grains and presto, Healthy Meals Made Easily!