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Happy Holidays, Joyful New Year!  It’s Christmas day and I’m sitting by the fire and smiling about the yummy buckwheat waffles we (mostly Bob) made this morning.  I’m thinking about the uniqueness of Buckwheat and the fun of flax seed “eggs”. Buckwheat flour actually comes from a flower seed; Contrary… continue reading »

Join us at Penn National Golf Community for our January 2018 Adventure

Our next Healthy Eating Adventure kicks off at 6PM on January 16th.  A lively lecture by Dr. Liz describes how scientific studies are continuing to show that Plant Based eating is key to a healthy heart, healthy brain, energetic life.  Then at 7:15 enjoy a meal to taste test the… continue reading »

Layering tomatoes with eggplant in this dish,  steams the eggplant with flavor. My daughter Megan shared a simple and delicious dish with me of eggplant layered over tomato slices, topped with seasoned bread crumbs and cooked at 375* for 30 minutes. It was so totally yummy that I found myself… continue reading »

Watch how easy preparing eggplant can be. Eggplant is still growing and ripening nicely,  and can be a tasty  addition to a steam fry, added to whole grain noodles (I just had some added to last nights tomato sauce), or roasted veggie dish.  Eggplant’s texture does well taking up the flavors of… continue reading »

Here’s an easy way to prepare tofu! You can use it in just about anything – from stir fries to soup , mix with roasted veggies or to top your salads  It’s an easy way to make some for tonight’s meal, tomorrow’s salad and freeze some for future use.  The great… continue reading »

Congratulations to Shippensburg University 2017 Adventure Graduates

  Triumphant  Healthy Eating Adventurers shared their successes at graduation on November 28th.   Adventurers shared how they successfully shared their whole foods plant based cooking with family and friends over Thanksgiving, and explained to them how this way of eating changes lives!  Adventurers thanked their coaches and each other… continue reading »

Chard Wraps And Nori Wraps for Potluck   Nutrition Dense Chard Want another use for those huge chard leaves?  This morning hubby Bob said to me “your chard is getting a little big….” The bamboo fence posts in this picture are 3 ½ feet high. Time for making chard wraps… continue reading »

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