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Garden Zucchini Bread

I’m loving all of the beautiful zucchinis that I’m harvesting from my garden. Making zucchini soups, roasted zucchini, and zucchini burgers has been great; but nothing beats this Garden Zucchini Bread recipe. Enjoy! Here’s what you’ll need … 1/2 teaspoon coconut oil (for greasing the bread pan) 1 large zucchini 1 cup packed brown sugar 2/3 cup coconut oil, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla …

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Orange Coconut French Toast

I don’t know about you, but I can’t pass up any opportunity to indulge in a homemade batch of French Toast. Even if someone simply mentions the idea of making it, I become instantly hooked and can’t think of anything I would like more. Here is a recipe I recently learned from a dear friend of mine. She just so …

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BBQ Pulled Chicken Sandwich

Mmmm. Simple and easy to make BBQ Pulled Chicken Sandwich should make it onto your summer “must try” list. I get this started in the morning in my crockpot and while I’m off adventuring, working, or playing … it’s cooking itself! Needless to say, the crockpot is my kitchen’s new best friend! Here’s what you’ll need: 4-6 pieces organic free-range …

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Our Counterfeit Culture

Today’s single person faces a much different and more challenging cultural climate than previous generations. So many cultural pressures invade and influence every aspect of life. Social media, television, movies, magazines, educational environments, and liberal governmental rulings all encourage vast and ever-expanding cultural shifts. Some people consider this simply a progressive mindset, similar to the changing music or fashion trends from the …

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The Death Of The Compliment

Dearly beloved: We are gathered here today to honor and commemorate the death of … the compliment. No one is quite sure how it died, and unfortunately, the autopsy is far from conclusive. At this time, no person has been implicated in its death, but the police are still investigating. If you’ve seen hip-hop artist Akon, his friend David Guetta, …

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Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie V/GF

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie We always look forward to the summer at our house, for its hot weather and our desire to make smoothies! Mmm, on a hot day a smoothie might be breakfast, lunch, and dinner! This smoothie is simple to make and will satisfy your chocolate/peanut butter craving. Here’s what you’ll need: 1 cup coconut milk …

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When Losing Weight Isn’t In Your Strength

“This time, I’m really going to take this weight off!” I declared to myself and whoever else might have been listening. Armed with what I thought was extensive knowledge about nutrition, I mapped out a regimen, planned my menus, cleared the pantry and went shopping. My new “lifestyle” change went just great for about 10 days. Then things began happening. I …

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Basmati Rice Stuffed Red Bell Peppers (V, GF)

There is something intriguing about stuffed food. When I hear the word “stuffed” with regard to foods like stuffed chicken breast, stuffed mushrooms, stuffed potato skins and stuffed bell peppers, my mouth instantly begins to water. These Basmati Rice Stuffed Red Bell Peppers are sure to cause you to have the same response. Here’s what you’ll need: 2 cups cooked organic …

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Garbanzo Bean Salad Sandwich V* GF*

Looking for something hearty and healthy? This is a must try! You will enjoy this recipe even if you aren’t Vegan or Gluten-free! This open-faced Garbanzo Bean Salad Sandwich is surprisingly delicious and super satisfying when you are needing heartier lunch. Here’s what you’ll need: 1 15-oz. can of organic garbanzo beans (strain and rinse) 1/8 cup roasted almonds (or any roasted …

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5 Tips For Finding Your Prosperous True North

So many single mothers I’ve met since I began working with them in 2007 do not believe they have the ability to earn a degree or gain training in a marketable skill. They do not even allow themselves to dream of a better and more prosperous life. The old voices replay demeaning messages from early childhood, some even into their …

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