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When you first walk into their modern, sleek dining area you’re greeted by one of the friendly staff at Beets, who waves their arms at the tables and invite you to pick your favorite spot. Armed with a cold bottle of purified water and some glasses, she’ll drop off crisp fresh water and a menu [...]
This week I’ve been craving something sweet. Some days I’m stronger than the cravings, some days they’re gone, and some days my mouth waters thinking about a hunk of dark, semi sweet chocolate.
Most of my cravings are gone thanks to a grain and sugar-free diet, but occasionally my mind wins and I find myself staring at [...]
I was excited to see the Today Show sharing some healthy, allergy-free friendly foods on the Today Show. Chloe, of Chloe’s Kitchen is a Vegan chef who shares some Vegan, Dairy-free and Gluten-free options. From creamy Penne ala Vodka, creamed with a homemade cashew cream, to Roasted Veggies and a Vegan Chocolate [...]
Recently, while browsing the vendors at the weekend farmers market in downtown Austin, I stumbled on a booth run by a super cute lady spewing the health benefits of hemp. She was excitedly telling someone who had stopped to try her samples how hemp changed her life; she went form a high-powered, high stress career [...]
Eggs – I used to love them scrambled, hard boiled, over easy, and just about any other way you could make ‘em. Today, I have to avoid them, along with grains, dairy, gluten and several other more obscure foods, so I find myself testing various egg replacers while baking and cooking.
There are tons of reasons that [...]
Why a detox juice?
We’re eating foods that contain pesticides, herbicides and other chemicals. Our air is full of heavy metals, chemicals and toxins. Our meats contain steroids, antibiotic residue and herbicides from food ingested by the animal. Our water has prescription drug residues, harmful chemicals, herbicides and pesticides in it.
Because we live in [...]
For those of you who can tolerate nuts, this is a cashew based mock sour cream recipe that’s perfectly suited for gluten free, dairy free, vegan and Paleo diets. It has a hint of sourness and its perfect for dipping raw veggies in, as a topper to tacos, enchiladas, or anywhere that you would have [...]
When we made the move to Austin a little over a year ago, it was one of the hottest summers on record. We consistently beat the record for the number of days over 100 degrees, topping it off with more than 113 days and a record high of 111 degrees. And while you typically spend [...]
I don’t know about you, but nights are my most challenging time; when I find myself most vulnerable to that pesky little voice that tells me how much I miss sugar. So to keep cravings at bay I turn to these guys – frozen, chocolate banana bites that are packed with coconut oil goodness, raw [...]
Bring on the hot summers, not so cool nights (gotta love our Texas weather!) and we start craving somethin’ sweet! In an effort to avoid the abundance of uber-sweet, sugary ice cone places all around Austin, we prefer to make our own goodies around here. And this is one of our new faves.
This is [...]
As many of you following a paleo diet can relate to (and as this Italian-raised girl often blogs about) the old pasta dish is one of the most commonly missed dishes in my home. I grew up on homemade pasta dishes covered in homemade sauces, used as a base for lasagna and nestled [...]
Sometimes I miss the salty crunch of chips, pretzels or crackers, so when the urge kicks in I turn to these guys; roasted, spicy chickpeas. They’re a tasty, easy to make treat and I typically have all the ingredients in the pantry. I discovered the recipe on What’s Gaby Cooking and I have to [...]
Sweet, salty, creamy and crunchy. Too good to pass up!
I’ve mentioned how much I like this site, Against All Grain, in the past so today I’m showcasing another of her fab recipes which is perfect for summer! As someone who eats a lot of salads, I can tell you I’m excited to give this [...]
And cookies, pretzels and crumbs too So it seems
Not only do we love their name, but these are some darn good crackers, cookies, pretzels and crumbs too! Mary’s lines are embedded in what she calls “Conscious Eating”. And I have to admit, I wish I would have thought of [...]
Why we love Thunderbird – well, first, we haven’t tasted one we didn’t love! Not only are they handy and allergy-free friendly, they’ve literally saved us from a low-sugar driven faint spell. Well, it wasn’t quite that drastic, but they certainly helped stave off a cranky fit due to hunger pangs. Grab any of [...]
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