Healthiest Ways to Use Oils – Refined and Unrefined Oils Guide
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Healthiest Ways to Use Oils – Refined and Unrefined Oils Guide

It was only recently that I discovered the many different types of oils and how they should be used. Turns out that oil has a smoking point, which basically means how long they can withstand temperatures until they fume out things that will cause you damage. Latest and Newest Info: Use coconut oil for cooking,…

Guest Post: Healthy Food that Appeals to Bitter Sensitivity
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Guest Post: Healthy Food that Appeals to Bitter Sensitivity

[Guest post from my hubby] One thing I really have always wished is that people would be more willing to try to create new dishes that are healthy but appeal to pallets that are sensitive to bitterness and the standard “vegetable taste”. I know perhaps a lot of parents had gotten used to cooking vegetables…

Food Storage Tips
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Food Storage Tips

Decide what you are going to cook this week, don’t buy things that you won’t have time to make, because if you store them away, you may even forget about them. Buy foods that have the hardest quality, you can probably tell by the way they look – if they are fresh or wilting. If…

Top 20 Foods with Antioxidants
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Top 20 Foods with Antioxidants

We all know that antioxidants help us fight free radicals, keeps us young and does all kinds of amazing stuff. According to a 2004 study found 20 foods with more antioxidants than anything else. Here they are. Dried Mexican red beans Wild blueberries Red kidney beans Pinto beans Cultivated blueberries Cranberries Artichokes Blackberries Prunes Raspberries…

Make Vegetable Broth from Kitchen Scraps
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Make Vegetable Broth from Kitchen Scraps

What you can use: Sweet potato skin, potato skin, any peeled vegetable skin, leftover carrots, zucchini, onion, mushroom, celery, cabbage stalks, cauliflower/broccoflower leaves. Directions: Chop everything in smaller pieces and fill a huge pot with water. Bring it to a boil, then turn it to medium low (3-4) and gently simmer for two or three…