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Organic Recipes

Earl Grey Shish Kebab

Apr 23, 2015

The spring is finally approaching, but just because it’s getting warmer outside doesn’t mean you need to give up the exotic aroma and flavor found in your piping hot mug of Earl Grey tea. This innovative recipe from Numi Tea uses its Aged Earl Grey tea to infuse the flavors of aged organic Assam black […]

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Southwestern fiesta salad with peaches, black beans and avocado

Mar 20, 2015

This delicious salad is the perfect mix of sweet and savory with just a little kick!  It’s hearty, healthy and can be served as a main course, as a side to any meal, or as a party snack with tortilla chips. Remember, those delicious peaches add much more than a little bit of sweet to […]

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Coconut water mojito

Jan 27, 2015

Spring may be a long way off but that doesn’t mean the winter blues need to get you down.  Draw yourself a warm bath, close your eyes, and take a sip of this coconut water mojito (delicious with or without alcohol) to instantly transport yourself to a tropical beach. Coconut water is rich in vitamins […]

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Cranberry-orange holiday relish

Dec 03, 2014

 Welcome the holidays to your table with this refreshing side dish that will compliment any holiday meal. Cranberries are not only delicious, they’re healthy, but make sure that when you’re in the grocery store, minimize your pesticide exposure by choosing organic cranberries! The Research Conventional cranberry bogs rely on a large number of insecticides, fungicides […]

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Banana Walnut Oat Bread

Nov 14, 2014

Get ready for the holidays with our decadent Banana Walnut Oat Bread. This easy sweet treat is great as a dessert after dinner or first thing in the morning with your coffee. It’s so delicious you’ll hardly believe how many nutrients are packed into one slice. Bananas are rich in potassium, walnuts provide loads of […]

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Ginger Apple Cobbler

Oct 10, 2014

Fall is finally here and what better way to welcome changing leaves and chilly evenings than with a hot apple cobbler. When picking out apples for this dessert, choose tart apples for their flavor and organic apples for their antioxidant properties.   The Research A report published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry […]

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The Silver Jubilee

May 05, 2014

For those of you (over 21 years old) looking for the perfect organic summer cocktail – look no further!  This recipe for The Silver Jubilee from Choice Organic Teas and Bluewater Organic Distilling is a fresh take on using ice tea to mix fantastic cocktails that will help you withstand the heat of summer.   […]

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Quick and Easy Quiche

Jan 08, 2014

Use organic eggs to avoid pesticide resistant bacteria   The Research   Several studies have shown that using antibiotics in poultry rearing can increase the number of antibiotic resistant bacteria on eggs.  Researchers swabbed the outside of  conventional and organic egg shells to test for bacterial antibiotic resistance, and found that bacteria on the conventional […]

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Buckwheat Pasta with Tofu and Sesame Vegetables

Jan 05, 2014

 The Research Despite its name, buckwheat is not a grain.  It’s actually more closely related to sorrel and rhubarb than wheat!  The seeds of buckwheat plants are ground into flour, and are known for having high levels of flavonoids.  Some of these flavonoids are more concentrated when the plant is grown under organic conditions.  For […]

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Spicy Indian Chicken with Chickpeas

Dec 04, 2013

I like to spice things up in the kitchen; for variety’s sake, and health’s sake too. Turmeric has been shown to help with digestive disorders, the aches and pains from arthritis, and even prevent certain types of cancer. The Research As always, use organic ingredients wherever possible.  This goes doubly for the chicken in this […]

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