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Peanut Butter Oatsies from The Kitchen & The Garden Patch by kim g. Posted Wed 17 Nov 2010 3:44pm I was recently sent a copy of the vegan cookbook “The Kitchen & The Garden Patch” by Melissa Bergen.  Melissa wrote, designed and self-published this beautiful book, and she included a vintage kitchen linen and seed packet in my package.  So adorable! This cookbook reminds me of my Mom’s cookbooks that I so enjoyed looking through as a l ... Read on »
Trader Joe’s Garden Patch Veggie Soup by Comfy Tummy Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:02pm Found this soup in Trader Joe’s a few months ago and have been enjoying it. Makes a nice light lunch with some fruit or an SCD muffin or bread. Also makes a great snack when you’re craving something salty. Most of the soups on the market contain some kind of sugar sweetener. This one has no sweeteners. The ingredients are: Filtered Water, ... Read on »
The Magic GardenBeware - chuckling daisy patch ahead! by thisfullhouse Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Apr 2010 6:00am This freaky little flashback was inspired by my friend, the lyrically-gifted BusyMom ( apparently, she grew up watching really weird stuff on t.v., too !) See, and we turned out alright...right...RIGHT? [sound of crickets chirping] OH...look...OVER THERE...BusyMom's wearing pigtails? SLAM! © 2010 Thi ... Read on »
3 Reasons Why you need a Veggie Garden by Natalie K. Posted Wed 27 Oct 2010 12:00am This is my patch! I’m super proud of it. There isn’t a huge variety this year but its quality not quantity! My veggie garden turned 3 a few months ago. 3 years on and I love it as much as the day it was born. There are so many reasons why you should have your own little patch in the back yard, and no reasons that spring to mind as t ... Read on »
Gardening, Fostering Classes, Housework, Hearing Aids…a busy week. by Wendy H. Posted Mon 04 Apr 2011 4:22pm What a long title huh? Boy am I busy this week.  Just think a couple of months ago I wouldn’t have thought about doing any of the things I’m doing lately.  (or planning to do…heck, I wouldn’t have made plans.) So yesterday and today we started working in our little garden patch in the front of the house.  When it rains we have a river r ... Read on »
Straight From the Garden by shelby Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 11:02pm Trader Joe’s Garden Patch Veggie Soup.     How I love thee. Let me count the ways. With baked potato and carrot fries. With roasted asparagus (which was tossed in coconut oil, s&p, and roasted at 425* for 15 minutes) brown rice, and red pepper flakes. With sautéed kale (tossed with olive oil, and s&p) a ... Read on »
Straight From the Garden by shelby Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm Trader Joe’s Garden Patch Veggie Soup.     How I love thee. Let me count the ways. With baked potato and carrot fries. With roasted asparagus (which was tossed in coconut oil, s&p, and roasted at 425* for 15 minutes) brown rice, and red pepper flakes. With sautéed kale (tossed with olive oil, and s&p) ... Read on »
Plant a Kitchen Garden by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 3:55pm In the beginning of spring it’s easy to catch the gardening bug. You may have never thought about growing some of your own food before. There’s no time like right now to make a plan. First off decide just how small you want your garden to be. Take into consideration if you have a patch of sunny yard or simply a patio or balcony to plant o ... Read on »
1February 22, 2011When the ladies are in town, it’s time to play by SoulSearchingVegan Health MavenFacebook Posted Tue 22 Feb 2011 12:00am Thank you for the great responses to the great Birth Control debate! I truly cannot thank you all enough for giving me your knowledge and experiences with BC. Your responses, and hours of research, has helped me to make my final decision to finally get off of the pill. I’ll make sure to keep you all posted on how it goes. Stay tuned. ... Read on »
5 Steps to Growing Your Own Produce by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 22 Apr 2010 4:16pm Mom always said to eat your fruits and veggies, but what she probably didn’t tell you is that they’ll cost you a fortune to buy. And it’s not just your wallet that feels the blow from the inflated cost of produce ; the environment pays a heavy toll as well. Transporting the products from the grower to the consumer requires an unbelievable amo ... Read on »