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Dessert,Frozen Desserts,Fruit,Green Living,Product Review 14 May 1 COMMENTS

Yonanas: A Fast & Easy Ice Cream Alternative Made from Fruit

Who doesn’t like the refreshing taste of creamy, cooling, frozen desserts during the heat of summer or the dog days of Autumn in Arizona?  (I know some of you like frozen desserts all year round, even if you don’t live in Arizona.) Imagine a frozen dessert that you can enjoy…

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Books,Frozen Desserts,Fruit Dessert,Health Tips,Nuts & Nut Butters 12 May 0 COMMENTS

Dairy-Free Mango-Orange Ice Dream

Nothing says fun like frozen desserts–– the symbol of warm weather refreshment and birthday celebrations. For those who follow dairy-free, low-sugar, or egg-free diets conventional ice cream is off limits. But who wants to miss out on the dessert course, particularly if that means shunning frozen desserts during the heat…

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Restaurant Reviews,Uncategorized 9 Feb 0 COMMENTS

Try Bombay Spice Grill & Wine in Phoenix

I’ve enjoyed Indian food in the past but I hadn’t eaten it in a long time. I don’t eat grain on a daily basis, I avoid wheat and gluten, I eat beans very infrequently, and I rarely eat deep fried foods, items that are usually served in quantity in Indian…

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Bread & Baked Goods,Breakfast,Healthy Snacks,Nuts & Nut Butters,Product Review 21 Jan 3 COMMENTS

A review of NoGRAINola

Granolasare notoriously high in carbohydrates, mainly from the sugar they contain but also from the grains. Not this one! Whether your follow a paleo, primal, grain free, gluten free, whole foods, real foods, low sugar, no sugar, low or moderate carb diet, or some combination of some of these, NoGRAINola,…

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Fruit,Nuts & Nut Butters,Vegetables 11 Dec 0 COMMENTS

Nutty Apple & Green Salad

Apples among my favorite fruits. I like them raw, in fruit and vegetable salads, slathered with nut butter, simmered, stewed, in crisps and cobblers, or stuffed and baked. They’re available throughout the year, making it easy to get your “apple a day.” They’re very nutritious (I’ll tell you more about…

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