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How to Make Soya Milk from Scratch

It’s quick! It’s easy! It’s cheaper! Firstly, you will need a juicer, (we have a Jack LaLanne’s juicer and it works wonderfully). Instructions: 1. Soak soy beans overnight in water. 2. Put the whole mixture into the juicer, with water and juice. * Tip: You may add sugar or extra water to get it to the consistency and taste you desire. 3. That’s it! Enjoy! * Tip: You can also do the same thing with almonds...

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April Food Holidays & Events
Apr01

April Food Holidays & Events

Here are April Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here & there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. Month Holidays: National BLT Sandwich Month: How to Make Club Sandwiches Browse Sandwich recipes, Sandwich & Burger shows Browse Bacon recipes, Bacon shows Cooking Shows: Sandwich Recipes + Reviews National Florida Tomato Month:...

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Web Chef Review: Terry Naturally Curamin Natural Pain Reliever
Apr20

Web Chef Review: Terry Naturally Curamin Natural Pain Reliever

If you have ever wished there was a natural, safe & effective pain reliever out there, Curamin Natural Pain Reliever may be just what you’ve been looking for! Additional benefits are strong antioxidant protection, immune system support, as well as reducing or eliminating pain. Why did Curamin interest you? Having suffered the prolonged and intense pain of arthritis, for many years, I have tried many forms of pain control,...

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Web Chef Review + Giveaway: Vanilla Vegan Pure All-in-One Nutritional Shake
Apr13

Web Chef Review + Giveaway: Vanilla Vegan Pure All-in-One Nutritional Shake

Vanilla Vegan Pure All-in-One Nutritional Shake, not only gives you the vitamins, minerals & protein you need, but it tastes great too! We could all be better fueled with nutritious foods that support our body and its functions, as well as keeping us happy & feeling good… …But sometimes, that’s easier said than done with our hectic lifestyles & lack of time. If you find yourself without a lot of time for...

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How to Make Mozzarella Balls with Tomatoes & Hummus Wraps: School Lunch Ideas
Sep17

How to Make Mozzarella Balls with Tomatoes & Hummus Wraps: School Lunch Ideas

Mozzarella Balls with Tomatoes & Hummus Wraps is a nutritious meal for your kids to take with them to school. Moms everywhere scurry around trying to get interesting school lunches together for their children, and this idea is one I think will go over well with the kids. Mozzarella is filled with calcium & protein, served with fresh, juicy tomatoes and protein-rich hummus, all of which is really healthy, and will be filling...

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How to Roast Quail with Rice & Fruit Stuffing: Easter Surprises
Apr17

How to Roast Quail with Rice & Fruit Stuffing: Easter Surprises

Quail is one of the most tender & sweetest of the game birds and this recipe for Roasted Quail with Rice & Fruit Stuffing is prepared in such a way to bring out the best in flavors of the quail. We often serve quail for Easter dinner and what an impressive presentation to see the quail arranged on a large platter, on a huge bed of rice and garnished with lemon, cherry tomatoes, and an assortment of re-hydrated dry fruits. How...

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Ode to Chicken Wings: Tailgating Central
Jan30

Ode to Chicken Wings: Tailgating Central

What a delicious dish…Chicken Wings! They can be prepared in a myriad of ways & paired with any number of dips & sauces. The standard BBQ or Buffalo wings, while very tasty, leads us to expand our horizons by customizing the original recipes to something more for those adventurous palates out there. Chicken wings were considered to be the most inexpensive part of the chicken & frugal cooks would be most likely to...

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How to Cook Hot & Sour Soup
Dec06

How to Cook Hot & Sour Soup

Hot & Sour Soup is certainly an Asian food favorite. This soup is almost always on your menu when you frequent your favorite Chinese restaurant, as well as other Asian restaurants. How to Cook Hot & Sour Soup: Type: Soup Recipe Serve with: extra rice vinegar & chili oil Prep Time: 12 min Steep Time: 30 min Cook Time: 15 – 20 min Yields: 6 cups Ingredients: 12 wood ear or cloud ear mushrooms 4 shiitake mushrooms 2...

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Vegetarian Awareness Month: Different Types of Vegetarianism
Oct01

Vegetarian Awareness Month: Different Types of Vegetarianism

Vegetarian Awareness Month is an opportunity to not only brush up on our knowledge about being a vegetarian, but to eat some great vegetarian dishes too! Worldwide, there are millions, maybe even billions of people, who adhere to a vegetarian diet and sometimes not through choice, but because meats aren’t available to them. Others choose vegetarian or partially vegetarian diets for health, religious or philosophical reasons....

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National Cholesterol Awareness Month: A Refresher Course
Sep01

National Cholesterol Awareness Month: A Refresher Course

National Cholesterol Awareness Month is here, and with it, some sad truths and necessary actions need to be made. The world seems to be suffering from a national high cholesterol and fat epidemic. The fact is that our bodies require cholesterol & fat. The main source of energy is fat, and certain types of fats protect the heart. Cholesterol helps in making the skin around cells and the acids required to digest food, the material...

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Web Chef Review: Perfect Taste Curried Coat & Bake Mix
Jul27

Web Chef Review: Perfect Taste Curried Coat & Bake Mix

I want to tell you about another great Perfect Taste product. You will want to check out Perfect Taste Curried Coat & Bake Mix if you enjoy tasty food that’s easy to prepare, and turns out making you look like a champion… That’s what I want! If you don’t know about Perfect Taste, they are an amazing line of spices, sauces & chutneys in the South Asian realm of flavors from a small gourmet company in...

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Eating & Food Philosophy with Web Chef Kimberly Turner  + Video
Jun24

Eating & Food Philosophy with Web Chef Kimberly Turner + Video

Today, I figured I would share with you some of my food philosophy. I often get inbox messages everywhere as to how I stay fit and eat so many crazy things…and I thought I would address that briefly here. I feel I have a different philosophy on food and cooking than many people out there. Watch the video below for Kimberly’s views & enjoy the information in the post too: ENJOY the Food You Eat: Firstly, I want to...

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How to Cook Asian Chicken Stew with Rice
Dec09

How to Cook Asian Chicken Stew with Rice

Tonight, a simple idea turned into something deliciously complex. I had the idea of making a chicken stew…since it’s been a while, and a total soup recipe wasn’t turning me on… I had no idea what flavorings I would use until I started looking around my refrigerator for what I had available. I saw some baby bok choy I wanted to use up, some carrots, celery and ginger. I was out of mushrooms, but remembered to...

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