Category: Recipes

Banana Bread Muffins (Grain Free, Dairy Free)

Posted by hjohnson3 - April 1, 2012 - Recipes, Uncategorized
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These are fun to make with the kids.  My son is not completely gluten free, but he loves these with a few dark chocolate chips tossed in.  I prefer the straight up banana, so I bake some of each.  Whether you are gluten free or not, these pack a nutrient dense punch with a base […]

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Power Lifter

Posted by hjohnson3 - March 27, 2012 - Recipes, Uncategorized
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Need an energy boost?  No there’s no coffee in this one!  It’s a natural energy lifter though…grapefruit & lime are great fat burning, energy building partners to have!  Greens lift the spirit and purify our blood.  Ginger is good for sooo many things, especially digestion.  And hey, it tastes good!  You’ll need a Juicer or […]

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THE GREEN MONSTER

Posted by hjohnson3 - February 17, 2012 - Recipes
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You’ll be strong to the finish if you drink your spinach.  Some days it’s tough to get kids to eat their vegetables.  Even I have my bad days.  This is one green juice even my 6 year old will drink and it’s packed with nutrients Popeye would approve of. He likes to take it in […]

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You-Gurt

Posted by hjohnson3 - February 12, 2012 - Recipes
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The factory farming dilemma, oh moo.  I don’t eat a lot of dairy, but when I do, I’m highly selective for many reasons.  I could write a book on this one, so I’ll save it for a future article.  When my local artisan cheese shop started carrying yogurt from a Connecticut farm, I decided to […]

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Elvis Pancakes

Posted by hjohnson3 - February 10, 2012 - Recipes, Uncategorized
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These are grain-free, dairy free and loaded with protein and good fats.  If you LOVE peanut butter, you will probably love these.  Try different nut butters if you don’t like peanuts.  For those with nut allergies, I think Sunbutter would work nicely too.  I love making my own almond milk, so this is a great […]

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Fisherman’s Stew

Posted by hjohnson3 - February 3, 2012 - Recipes
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This is one of my favorite winter dishes but I could enjoy it year round.  It’s quick to prepare and extremely versatile:  you can literally just throw in what you have.  (See my notes below on ways to vary according to your taste or what you have in your fridge.) Preparation time: 25-30 minutes.   […]

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