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Review of 2015 Culinary Trends

To wrap this year, Sterling Rice Group talked about the 2015 Culinary Trends they expected for this past year and I just wanted to share with you, how I measured up. After 4 years of Tofurkey on Thansgiving, practicing Vegan Meals on Meatless Monday and eating with my Vegan daughter and soon to be son-in-law, I finally went 90% vegan myself. ...

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Help with Food on the Holidays

Help with Food on the Holidays….? Seriously! The trick is Salad! One of the things we do is go to a party hungry. Why not make a quick salad? That will make you feel less hungry and help your body to stay alkaline. And we know that disease cannot grow in an alkaline body, so it’s a double deal for you! ...

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Gratitude for the Holidays

I want to talk to you about Gratitude for the Holidays…. but I want to also share the process of how I get there. I think to myself: Another year done…. good that we distract ourselves with all this merriment, or we might notice how much faster years are going by. Rapid Passing. Not as catchy as Global Warming, but ...

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A concept: The Herbivorous Butcher

Yes. It’s a concept and it’s a reality: The Herbivorous Butcher. You get what that is right? NO CHEF! Well, you know the butcher means meat. And that plant life is Herbivorous. When you put the two together, you’ve got a Vegan Butcher! REALLY CHEF? Really! In some areas, Vegan is going mainstream! This is sooo cool, I had to just share ...

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Proper labeling – time to be heard!

I don’t often repeat the emails I get, but this one from New Hope 360 is worth repeating because it’s about proper labeling. While this picture shows some companies are doing a good job of defining Natural right on the label, I usually read my labels and toss anything that says ‘Natural Flavors”. In the past I have heard that MSG ...

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Global Gratitude Food Festival

Today was the Global Gratitude Food Festival in Point Loma (San Diego). The focus was on Vegan Fun, with food and drinks for everyone. Can you imagine how people can design fruits and veggies to be a piece of artwork? That’s what I see here. That’s why I changed the shot into a watercolor in Photoshop. And we eat with our ...

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