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1/8/14 7:48 P

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emoticon Enjoy your freggies (fruit/vegetables)

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1/5/14 9:57 A

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Annie, impressive! Im starting to stock up on nuts (geez, I sound like a squirrel?) - and have pumpkin, cashew, almonds, and walnuts. I also have almond, coconut and arrowroot flour. Sugars I use include stevia, coconut, and Trader Joes Evaporated Cane Sugar (though this is pretty coarse). Ive been making the switch when I bake to gluten free and find that most of the stuff tastes pretty good ... and if I dont like it, I just dont make it again.

Here is a resource for good eats IMO - justeatingrealfood.com/

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1/4/14 12:02 A

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And a small but useful supply of chocolate in a drawer.
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Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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1/4/14 12:01 A

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Lots of goodies are living in my fridge at the moment. The main thing is a lot of beef vegetable stew that I made yesterday. This will last us a while eating it as is or making some hash to go with eggs in the morning.

Duck eggs sitting on top of my fridge from my own ducks.

Also in my fridge are several kinds of cheeses and two veggie drawers FILLED with fresh veggies of all kinds. And dips: guacamole, hummus, sour cream/herb that I use for dipping vegetables.

My cupboards are filled with mostly jars of things that I buy in bulk like several types of rice, different kinds of cereals (quinoa, rolled oats, steel cut oats, soaked and dried buckwheat and stuff like that.

On my counters are more jars of soaked and dried nuts of all kinds and some have been roasted as well. Also on my counters are containers of different types of flours 'cuz I make bread for a hobby--mostly sourdough.

Also a couple of baskets with fruit, sweet potatoes, winter squash are there.

And this is just a smidgen of what is in my kitchen. I'd have to go down there and have a look around to get the rest of the goodies I have in cupboards and fridge. I love having lots of healthy foods on hand. My freezers are packed with beef and chicken from local farms and friends. No one's going to starve around here. LOL!
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Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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1/2/14 7:36 P

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emoticon What's in the Kitchen Cupboard or Refrigerator?

This thread is for sharing healthy alternatives whether it be condiments, spices, substitutions, Gluten Free Alternatives, etc.

For example, I am gluten intolerant -- and one thing that I found that I really like are the Trader Joes rice noodles (inexpensive too) -- The spaghetti noodles are really great and don't clump together and have a nice al dente texture - and speaking of spaghetti -- spaghetti squash is another alternative to the noodles...and is really easy to prepare...



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