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Archive for the ‘Fall/Winter’ Category

Sweet Vanilla Butternut Squash

Sweet Vanilla Butternut Squash I was so excited when I woke up this morning because we put the clocks back an hour for Daylight Savings Time earlier today and that means I have more time to enjoy my Sunday. You’ve gotta love that! It’s full-on fall here in New England… The leaves are pretty much off the trees now, it’s […]

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Rockin’ Winter Smoothie

Last week in my little corner of the world, to my surprise, I woke up on an ordinary morning to find that it was 1 degree outside… Now, I am a cold-weather girl. I love the winter. I love the snow. And this was just a little cool for my liking. It was absolutely frigid, it was freezing, it was downright like the Arctic Tundra (to me) outside. As I went to peek out my back door to see if it was snowing out, I found that I couldn’t peek at anything, because our door was freaking frozen! Yes, frozen.

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How A Morning Smoothie Can Change Your Life Forever! (Recipe Included)

Did you know that the word “breakfast” literally means to “break” the “fast” after a good night’s sleep. Think about it for a minute… You haven’t eaten since dinner the night before, which is hopefully at least 10 hours. When was the last time you went for 10 hours during the day without eating and actually felt good, felt energized and made it through the day without being moody and irritable? That’s right, never.

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Grounding Root Vegetable Soup

Well, it’s that time of year again in New England… The days and nights are getting shorter and colder, the leaves are turning brilliant, beautiful colors and falling to the ground, and my body is beginning to crave homemade soups and stews. According to Ayurvedic medicine, which is a system of traditional medicine that has been around for thousands of years, is native to India and is practiced in other parts of the world as a form of alternative medicine, it is normal for our bodies to want to live in harmony with the seasons, and that means craving certain foods in the spring, summer and winter/fall.

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