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Conciousness & Sustainability for ALL

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Happy Summertime, friends!? I’ve been in and out of hiatus for awhile (not online so much, as I’m sure many have noticed), and just now finding a moment to mention a bit of what I’ve been up to! For those who haven’t already heard, today (Sunday the 17th of July, 2016) I’ll be presenting a live raw/living/wild food workshop & speaking with my friends Lauren & Ande from Lola’s Botanicals in an open discussion about “Consciousness & Sustainability for All”...

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Product Review/WARNING: Vedica Organics Dried Chickpeas

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Product Review/WARNING: Vedica Organics Dried Chickpeas

I’m back! Sort of…(?) Just now re-finding my way back online, gradually, after an exceptionally long period of having absolutely no access to functional electronic devices. This lengthy bout of away, hereby dubbed the “Great Technology Meltdown of 2016”, followed by the premature demise of a dear friend, fellow vegan/advocate, and colleague (of sorts) also led to a subsequent loss of desire to post anything of late since life offline has been so very overwhelming. However, I’m...

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Lunar Noodling – Heirloom Apple/Butternut Pasta & Sunflower Seed Butter Sauce

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Lunar Noodling – Heirloom Apple/Butternut Pasta & Sunflower Seed Butter Sauce

Happy Lunar New Year! This time of year marks that particular moment when many of us (myself included) choose to observe onset of a new full calendar reset – and in this case the Year of The Monkey. In honour of kindred primates worldwide, this seems more than an appropriate time to celebrate with the best possible food to fuel primates of all species (including humans): FRUIT!   As it seems that ritual accompanies the onset of each new year, symbolism always plays an integral role in the way many of us are...

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Juicy January – Healthful Habits & Reviews (part II)

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Juicy January – Healthful Habits & Reviews (part II)

The Juicing Joy Continues… Since my last post was so epic and primarily focused upon review of one item, I felt it most appropriate to create a second post to close out “Juicy January” with a few tasty ideas and a second review of another piece of culinary equipment with which I have been working diligently this past month: Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer. As mentioned in my previous entry, I had been desperately yearning to try out this amazing piece of equipment since having had it brought to my...

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Juicy January – Healthful Habits & Reviews (part I)

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Please forgive the acute lateness of this post, which was meant to have gone live in time for the start of 2016. Although I have been juicing rather diligently since the beginning of the month, the passing of my absolute favourite artist just following the release of his new album (the imminent availability of which had been my sole source of consolation since the recent passing of my dear father) came as a terrible shock to me and set me into what I can only describe as a grieving tailspin relapse. Although I...

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Noodling About with Spiral Slicers & Thai Nut Butter Sauce

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Noodling About with Spiral Slicers & Thai Nut Butter Sauce

Warm greetings to you, kind reader, and a bittersweet farewell to 2015   As promised per my previous post, I have more to share in relation to some testing I’ve been doing of various attachments acquired for use with the KitchenAid Artisan series stand mixer I’ve recently inherited upon the passing of my dear father. This holiday season has been incredibly difficult without him, and experimentation with one of his most liked gadgets was meant to bring a bit of joy into a heart-heavy journey...

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