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Bay Leaf :: Herb of the Month by Ingrid .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Sep 2009 10:04pm Laurus Nobilis: bay leaf also called sweet bay, sweet laurel, laurel leaf or bay laurel. Each year the International Herb Association [IHA] chooses an herb of the year and I couldn’t let the year slip by without highlighting bay leaf their pick for 2009. Speaking of highlighting things, this month marks our 6th herb of the mon ... Read on »
Guest Post with Laurel of Leaves: Lime & Mint Chicken Coleslaw by Leanne V. Facebook Posted Tue 30 Aug 2011 3:51pm Guest Post with Laurel of Leaves: Lime & Mint Chicken Coleslaw August 30, 2011 Last guest poster of the bunch; but certainly not least, is Lori from Laurel of Leaves. Lori’s approach to wellness is very similar to mine – she likes home cooked meals made from clean and simple ingredients. One of my favorite things about Lori’s blog is ... Read on »
HFTY Oils and Spices Class by TrainerKim Posted Mon 30 Jan 2012 10:15pm Tonight is the first night of my cooking classes!! I have been studying and researching all herbs and spices since my defaults tend to be cumin, pepper and Ms. Dash! It has been super educational for me and given me some great ideas for recipes! I hope my class can say the same!! Just in case you were curious what we would be tal ... Read on »
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Sainsbury’s meat and added water… Again! by Ron Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Dec 2011 7:25am I know I keep banging on about the excessive wetness of meat (and smoked fish),  from Sainsbury’s, but it really is a major problem – we are paying meat prices for water. Whether it’s a product of dubious production methods (slaughterhouses not allowing slaughtered animals to bleed out sufficiently, and the meat not hung for even the shortest t ... Read on »
Homemade Spaghettios- With Extra Veggies by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Nov 2013 8:51am Good morning!  The weather has been unseasonably warm for us here in Utah, and we are taking full advantage! In fact, I wrote just two weeks ago, "we're headed out for our last hike of the year", and then BAM! A 60 degree day (that felt like 70) in mid-November!  I just couldn't let it get away.  At first, my kids didn't want to go.  But I'v ... Read on »
Afghani Fried Brown Rice (recipe) by Sarina Nicole Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 18 Apr 2011 10:46am This colorful and aromatic form of fried rice makes an exciting alternative to plain rice or Asian fried rices. The addition of ras-al-hanout makes it highly aromatic, and caramelized onion slices add just the right hint of sweetness. There’s nothing like having access to fresh home-grown ingredients. Case in point, our bayleaf tr ... Read on »
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WILDCAT GORGE TRAIL: Seeking Wonders of Nature in the Mud and Drizzle as Tilden Park's Rain-Swollen Creek Charms, Amazes, Soothe by Gambolin Man Posted Tue 20 Oct 2009 10:04pm The recent downpour in the Bay Area set one-day drenching records for October in the last fifty years. Parts of the nine county region got up to ten inches, and most places averaged well over four inches - a spectacular pluvial outburst! What could be going on? Is El Nino making a comeback? Not since I can recall - many years ago - has an Octo ... Read on »
WILDCAT GORGE TRAIL: Seeking Wonders of Nature in the Mud and Drizzle as Tilden Park's Rain-Swollen Creek Charms, Amazes, Soothe by Gambolin Man Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm The recent downpour in the Bay Area set one-day drenching records for October in the last fifty years. Parts of the nine county region got up to ten inches, and most places averaged well over four inches - a spectacular pluvial outburst! What could be going on? Is El Nino making a comeback? Not since I can recall - many years ago - has an ... Read on »