Tag Archives: fruit

Smoothielicious

My morning smoothie, after a workout: The last of the watermelon that I got at my CSA two weeks ago (picked up another yesterday) 1/2 a freestone peach from the farmer’s market (mostly free, unlike the previous ones that weren’t really) 1 small yellow plum A handful of purple grapes that I got at the […]

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Links for Friday

Even if your meat is antibiotic free it might contain other anti-microbials not listed on the label. Lack of truth in advertising? [SF Gate] Fortified Foods: How Healthy Are They? [Wall Street Journal] I have an idea: Instead of fortified foods, why don’t people eat a varied diet full of unprocessed food?  I’ve heard that […]

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In brief: Smoothie part 2

Image by CaDeltaFoto via Flickr Today’s was the same as yesterday’s but I forgot the EFA Oil, and added another half apple, a second tablespoon of Greens, the last of a Meyer lemon and some fresh mint leaves. It filled me up more. When I do a cleanse this should be the basis of it […]

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Breakfast that goes down smooth(ie)

As mentioned previously, I’ve been reading The Raw Food Detox Diet by Natalia Rose after buying it second hand at ABC Books. I’m at the beginning of part 3 of 5 in the book. I won’t go into details about the book right now (I’d like to do a more dedicated post in the future), […]

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From foie gras to fiddleheads, foreign fruit and friendly environmental ideas

Food links for the past two days: On Wednesdays the Toronto Star’s food section appears. Here are two stories from this week: Eating a pig from head to tail. Apparently Montreal restaurant Au Pied de Cochon makes a foie gras that’s better than sex. I may be off meat but even I’d admit that you […]

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