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Tasty & Easy Flax Dip

November 5, 2019
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This is a tasty, healthy, no-stress recipe to serve when people come over. The variety of tastes makes it a hit and will intrigue the palate to keep you coming back for more! It is so low-stress, it is more a loose suggestion than a recipe: Combine ingredients with pleasing flavors in proportions that suit you, top with flax oil, and serve. I recommend scooping it up with chunks of bread. Pick a loaf that is crusty on the outside…

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Plant-Based Sushi Rolls

September 5, 2019
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When the heat kicks in and I can’t bear to turn the oven on, I turn to sushi rolls that require minimal cooking and can be served cold! This vibrant colored plant-based sushi recipe utilizes the nutritional power of Udo’s Oil to assist in nutrient absorption and skin, joint, and brain health.* Lindsey Young is a registered holistic nutritionist, advocate for intuitive eating, and functional food recipe creator. For the original hot cacao post and more delicious recipes, follow her on…

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Balsamic Portobello Steak Infusion

August 7, 2019
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Infuse your portobello mushrooms with mucho umami for a versatile and satisfying dish that will please your friends—even if they eat vegan and/or keto! Makes enough infusion for four large cleaned & trimmed portobello mushroom caps. (Vegan / Keto / LCHF) Portobello Steak Serving Suggestions Roast herbs and garlic alongside the mushrooms.  To serve as vegan burger patties for 4, tuck the mushroom caps in between toasted buns. Serve with salad. For a clean vegan keto meal option, serve on a bed…

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Pleasant Surprise Smoothie by Krissy Moehl

June 4, 2019

Unless I’m baking, I don’t follow recipes. I love cookbooks—Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow. is at the top right now—and use them for inspiration and guidance, more like pulling out the gutter bumpers on a bowling alley. The beautiful pictures and precise measurements blur a bit and I add about a cup or tablespoon. If I really like an ingredient, like cinnamon, I’ll likely triple the recommended portion. So when I write a recipe for a smoothie… those of…

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Citrus & Mint Vinaigrette

April 18, 2019

Good quality oils can make such a difference to your diet. Even if you only change this one thing, I believe you’ll feel different. This includes: Not using oils to cook with that shouldn’t be heated (flax, canola, modified vegetable oils, margarine) Respecting an oil’s smoke point – olive oil has a smoke point of 350 F, so it can be used for light sautéing or cooking under that temperature, whereas flax oil shouldn’t be heated due to its sensitive…

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Flax Pizza Crust (GF, Keto, Paleo)

February 3, 2019

This flax pizza crust is dense and slightly nutty-tasting with no rising time and no mess—perfect for a busy weeknight. It’s gluten-free, low carb, high fiber, keto, and paleo. If you like the yeasty bread smell and lightness of a traditional bread dough crust and would prefer to take the time, feel free to follow step one. If not, skip to step two! Print Flax Pizza Crust (GF, Keto, Paleo) This crust can be kept in the refrigerator for a…

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Instant Pot Chicken Curry

January 10, 2019

Print Instant Pot Chicken Curry Ingredients 1 tablespoon oil 1 ½ pounds chicken meat, cubed 3 sliced garlic cloves 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper (we used white) 1 whole Thai chili pepper (optional) 28 oz / 796 mL fire roasted diced tomatoes 1 can regular coconut milk (reserve the cream portion) 3 tablespoons curry powder 1-2 tablespoons fresh turmeric, ginger, or a combo 1 good glug of Omega Sport+ Instructions Heat oil in the pot. If electric, set the…

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Minestrone Rainbow Soup with Flax Bread

January 4, 2019

Like a mix-and-match minestrone, this soup covers the liver’s nutritional needs for cleansing. The ingredients can take a bit of effort to gather, chop and cook, or it can be simple. But, like many things in life, the more you put into the soup, the more you’ll get back. The only limit is the size of your pot. Aim to use at least five different colors of vegetables, to get the widest array of phytonutrients. Options: Using cooked chicken makes…

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Don’t Let These Common Pitfalls Sideline You from the Action

May 24, 2018

The weather’s warm now and you’re ready for summertime adventures, whether that’s scaling a mountain with your climbing buddy or the play structure of your local playground with your kids. Here are some common pitfalls that can keep you sidelined from the action—and the nutrients you need to prevent them. Pitfall #1 – Sore muscles It’s happened to all of us. You overdo it on a weekend run or bike ride, and the next day you’re stiff and sore all…

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