Monthly Archives: March 2014

Pumpkin Coconut Butter

Its official, fall is here and pumpkin season is in full swing! I couldn’t resist sharing one of my new favorite pumpkin recipes with all of you. I grew up eating homemade pumpkin and apple butters. See on aharmonyhealing.com

The Tasty Meat Replacement Product That Wasn’t Created In A Lab

Neat’s beef crumble is made from natural ingredients, minus the soy and gluten. Who needs a low-quality ground meat burger when a recipe with pecans… Marty Koenig‘s insight: Hmmm. Next on the menu, 3d printed rib-eye steaks.  See on www.fastcoexist.com

swim-up seating – Outdoor Kitchens

swim-up seating – Outdoor Kitchens Danielian Associates Architecture + PlanningIrvine, CAwww. danielian. See on www.kitchens.com

9 Signs of a Leaky Gut (and how to Heal it)

The gut is the gateway to health. If your gut is healthy, chances are that you’re in good health. However, there’s a condition called leaky gut that can lead to a host of health problems. See on eatlocalgrown.com

Coconut Vanilla Chia Pudding – Food Savvy

I never jumped on the chia seed bandwagon. That being said, I have a jar sitting in my cupboard (like any true foodie, right?). Coconut Chia Pudding Ingredients 2 Tbsp chia seeds (where to buy) ½ cup coconut milk ¼ tsp. of vanilla dash of maple syrup (or honey) Directions Mix the first 3 ingredients … See on befoodsavvy.com

We are eating great oysters in Denver. The word is out.

Oysters are getting out of their shell all over Denver, with raw bars popping up at restaurants around town and… See on blogs.westword.com

New Sausages Will Make Your Guts Healthier–If You Can Stomach The Secret Ingredient

Cured meat made from baby poop bacteria? It’s the new probiotics. See on www.fastcoexist.com

Maguro no zuke Donburi (Soy-Marinated Tuna) | SAVEUR

This Japanese preparation showcases the rich flavor of tuna, a fish traded in abundance at Tsukiji wholesale seafood market. See the recipe» See on www.saveur.com

Nearly 500 ways to make a yoga mat sandwich

If you’ve planked on a yoga mat, slipped on flip-flops, extracted a cell phone from protective padding or lined an attic with foam insulation, chances are you’ve had a brush with an industrial chemical called azodicarbonamide, nicknamed ADA. In the plastics industry, ADA is the “chemical foaming agent” of choice. It is mixed into polymer plastic gel to generate tiny gas bubbles,… (more…)