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Dairy Free Cheese Substitute - Of course, it is Gluten Free Too by Jamie Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Mar 2013 10:51am There is a big conversation on my Facebook page about dairy free cheese substitutes, so I thought I would share my recipe for Dairy Free Cheese Substitute. This works great in Lasagna, Calzones,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Read on »
Dairy Free Cheese Substitute - Of course, it is Gluten Free Too by Jamie Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Mar 2013 12:00am There is a big conversation on my Facebook page about dairy free cheese substitutes, so I thought I would share my recipe for Dairy Free Cheese Substitute.  This works great in Lasagna, Calzones, Pizza.  Store any extra in the freezer.    Recipe for Gluten and Dairy Free Cheese Substitute This is a sav ... Read on »
Savory Cheese Substitute (Dairy and Soy-Free)! by grossner Posted Tue 08 May 2012 10:35pm Rip Esselstyn wrote the Engine 2 Diet, and he, like his dad (one of the two main research physicians of Forks Over Knives ), has cut out all animal products from his diet, and is feeling great and teaching many other people who they can do it too! Looking for some BIG Reasons to Make Your Meat Portions Small?!  Click HERE! One ... Read on »
A New Kind of Non-Dairy Cheese: Artisanal Vegan Nut Milk Cheeses from Kite Hill by Gena Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Jul 2013 2:32pm I’m so glad that the dilly cashew cheese and cucumber rounds look as good as they tasted! Because we’re on the topic of nut cheese, and how great it is, this is a perfect day for me to be sharing an exciting new product review: my experience with Kite Hill cheeses , a new line of tree nut cheeses developed with the expert culinary s ... Read on »
Gluten Free and Dairy Free "Cheese" Option and Gluten Free Lasagna by Jamie Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:23pm As you may recall, a month or so ago I decided to try dairy again in the hope that my now-healed intestine could handle it.  After a week of experimenting, I called it quits on the dairy.  Definitely not worth the pain and suffering it caused.  Sometimes dead ends just lead us to look in different directions.   First I tried goat cheese -  ... Read on »
Lighten Up! Fall Mac 'n' Cheese by Reshma Adwar, DPT, HHC Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Tue 22 Nov 2011 8:06pm Big Bowl of Healthier Mac 'n' Cheese. Dig In!!! So I decided to start a new little segment on my blog called Lighten Up! There are some dishes in this world that one should never have to give up (case in point: mac 'n' cheese), but could stand to be healthier and with less guilt attached. In this new Lighten Up! segment, I take s ... Read on »
Real Sour Cream & Onion Dip and a Wisconsin Cheese Giveaway: Set of Cheese Knives, Cheese Board, and 3-Bowl Bamboo Server by Alexandra S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Jan 2013 12:00am The unfortunate consequence of being deprived of chips and dip as a child is that I am the girl at parties (much to my husband’s embarrassment) hovering over the crock pot filled with queso dip, piling more than a manageable amount of hot crab spread into my Tostitos scoops, and destroying the poor bowl filled with spinac ... Read on »
Light Salad Dressings Part 2: Creamy Blue Cheese by Camilla S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:35pm It wasn ’t until early adulthood that I grew to like creamy salad dressings. Ours was an oil and vinegar household, without exception. But there came a time when I chose to rebel, and while I can’t remember the exact time or location, I am certain blue cheese was involved. Blue cheese dressing is hard to pass up, so when I choos ... Read on »
Cheese, cheese and more cheese please…. by Helene Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Jul 2010 9:00pm I love cheese…plain and simple. All kinds even…I’m not one to be picky when it comes down to it. I was recently given the opportunity to try any appetizer from the line of Farm Rich products. They have so many options to choose from…cheese sticks, pizza slices, mozzarella bites, quesadillas and the list goes on…it truly was hard to decide on j ... Read on »
Cheese, cheese and more cheese by Lori K. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 27 Sep 2012 7:45pm Today was Thursday and it felt like Friday all day.  And you know, yesterday felt like Thursday. Coincidence? I think not. Breakfast of choice for today – banana custard oats topped with PB and some peach marmalade that I got in my jam swap.  Thanks Janae! I did more interval running today.  I am trying to decide whether I want t ... Read on »