Archive May, 2013


Quinoa Recipe

Quinoa is high in protein (with all the essential amino acids), low in fat, and full of vitamins and minerals, plus it’s easy to cook and tastes great! If you’re looking for a light and healthy vegetarian main course or side dish to enjoy this summer, give this salad a try! Ingredients:  1 cup of quinoa 1 […]

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71 Senators Reject States’ Rights to Label GMOs

“I’m posting this for information purposes only.  There was a vote regarding labeling or not labeling Genetically Modified food or GMO’s.  71 Senators voted against your right to know if the food you’re eating has been Genetically Changed in any way – see the list below.  Did they vote the way you wanted?  I personally would […]

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Amazing Carrot Juice Recipes

If you’ve never had fresh, squeezed carrot juice, you are in for a sweet surprise. Carrot juice is a perfect base for any vegetable juice recipe due to its sweet, yet mellow taste. Carrots will mask any green taste of vegetables and add sweetness to the overall taste. Similar to apple juice, carrot juice pairs […]

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Memorial Day Prayer

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Memorial Day Activities

Memorial Day offers families the opportunity to remember the men and women who have served our country and to honor their patriotism. Celebrate this holiday with your children using these two group activities from, “The Wiggle and Giggle Busy Book by Trish Kuffner. Patriotic Balloon Volleyball Materials needed: Red, white and blue helium-quality balloons 2 […]

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Eggshells Benefit Your Garden

    Eggs have a lot of versatile uses and one can certainly do some recycling by using all of the egg, even the shell. 1. Add crushed eggshells to the bottom of planting holes, especially for tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant. These crops are susceptible to blossom end rot, which is caused by calcium deficiency. […]

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TOP 5 Healthiest Seeds

Seeds … They come in all different sizes, shapes and colors. A seed is an embryonic plant itself and the origin of nutrition. A plant goes to great lengths to produce each seed and fill it with high concentrations of vitamins, minerals, proteins, essential oils and dormant enzymes. A seed is life. It is a living food. […]

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Tomato Basil Sandwich

Just stack tomatoes, sliced mozzarella cheese, basil and steamed asparagus. Then drizzle with some balsamic vinaigrette.  

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Listerine Home Pedicure

It’s almost time to break out the sandals.  Are your feet ready for the world? We found an easy but very effective home remedy to get rid of the winter callous and dry skin. Your feet will feel amazing  and look pretty too! Now this may sound like a crazy idea, but it actually works! In a large […]

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Re-purpose and Spruce up Your Bathroom

Warmer weather means we can go outside more for projects to spruce up the home! WE found this great idea from Pinterest to re-purpose something you may not use anymore … a CD-DVD Tower. How clever! What Do You Think??    

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