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Loaded Stew for the Week

When cooking for a family its nice to be able to work on a budget.I used to think creating tasty food on a budget was not possible. Then I remembered how growing up we never seemed to have a refrigerator full of food, yet…

Quick Kale Salad

Lately I have been craving cooked food, less and less. I’m feeling sort of sluggish and just feel like I need some lighter foods. This week I will therefore be eating more salads and raw foods and see how I feel. I’m not starving…

Intuition and a butternut squash recipe

I don’t like getting sucked into the social media hole..you know you start scrolling and just get carried away..or even worse you start searching for something and you get carried away at all the search suggestions instead and forget what you were even searching…

Moringa “Burst of Energy” Elixir

I know how dependent we are on coffee in the morning to help keep us alert and awake, its amazing, the aroma, the taste…but i have also seen how dependent and addicting it can be. So what can we do to replace the amazing…

Soup a Soul!

  This meal  will leave you and your loved ones extremely satisfied and yearning for more. Variety is the spice of life. I love my food the same way. There is more than one way to enjoy your corn and veggies. I would love…

Fresh Spring Rolls with Avocado Dip

There is no better way to up your intake of vegetables than combining your favorite vegetables and making a delicious spring roll. The best thing about spring rolls is that they are so easy to make. You will love preparing these for road trips, picnics…

Refreshing Hibiscus Tea

Have you recently decided to cut down on consuming sweet drinks? If you have decided to recently cut down on sweet drinks I promise you  hibiscus iced tea is a drink you are going to love consuming this summer and you get to make…

How to curb your hunger in 3 easy steps.

Stop counting the calories We are a society so obsessed with numbers. It seems as though the more we count, the worse our health is becoming. I also was at one point. But what I learned was that we are all built differently. Some…