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pauline512

Wenatchee, Washington
I was born and raised in southern California near the beach and was very active until I moved up to Washington state in 1989 and the lifestyle change was  very different than what I was used to. I have lived here for 22 years and it is a very beautiful place but I never established a consistant excercise routine. I am not interested in skiing, or biking very much and this is...
Goals: Eat healthy

Niralicookery

Maharashtra, India
Nirali Cooking and Baking Classes at Sadar, Nagpur offer diverse cooking classes for an International Culinary experience for over a decade. We believe in being Vegetarian and only offer vegetarian classes which transpires to Egg-less, Gelatin free cooking. Nirali Cooking and Baking classes were first to introduce Chocolate Bouquet classes 3 years ago at Nagpur. We have special classes...

Vanessa M. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven

Silver Spring, Maryland
Vanessa Maltin received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the George Washington University and holds a certificate in the Practical Applications of Food Allergy Guidelines. Currently, she is the Food & Lifestyle Editor of Delight Magazine and also serves as the Deputy Communications Director of Health Care for America Now, the organization working to provide all Americans with...

Kyle B.

Santa Fe, New Mexico
I am a slow-food junkie, who loves hiking in the mountains and deserts with my wife and our doggie, Axel. I also love bringing the totally new Sprouted Rice and Sprouted Rice Flour by Sol Grains to natural food markets across America. I lived in Japan for 3 years where I learned how to cook the best rice and how to make germinated (sprouted) brown rice. I have been gluten free for 9 years now...

Linda R.

SANTA CLARA, California
Wasting away in Margaritaville. :-D

Joyce R.

PALO ALTO, CA

Eric R.

Panton, Vermont

Marty V.

Manhattan, Montana
Diagnosed with multiple food allergies-corn, rice, oats, wheat, barley, rye, rice, garlic, onion, peas, all nuts, tomato, more but too many to remember.  I do a pretty good job of cooking for myself, but I get tired of trying to find something when we eat out.  Why does corn syrup and corn starch have to be in everything!
Communities: Allergies

debbie rice

United States