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Astrological Prediction of the Presidential Candidates

There is so much to be said on this topic for this election season. Many of you have seen this commentary from previous elections when I give an unbiased analysis of each candidate and predictions for the outcomes from the debates and who will win the election come November. But this season is radically different from any I have […]

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Juicing – Vegan – Raw

I’ve seen so many documentaries about food like OMG GMO, Food Inc., Forks Over Knives, The Beautiful Truth, and Thrive. Plus I have devoured many great books like Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan, Animal Vegetable Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver, and two great kid’s books by Ruby Roth, Vegan is Love and That’s Why We Don’t […]

The End of the Year of the Sheep

Tonight the Full Moon rises is in the sky and ends the Year of the Wood Sheep. Here in Richmond, VA, she left in her path a mess of a snowstorm. But despite the snow or whatever weather you might be contending with, now is the time to get your cures outside for a FULL […]

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2016 Feng Shui Flying Stars for Home and Office

Feng Shui for 2015 Flying Stars Feng Shui is an ancient application that takes the reading of energy in the home or office to the next level. It is a science that takes years to master. Yet, this information, as it is laid out, is easy enough for anyone to apply but it is highly […]

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Cream of Cashew Soup

One of the BEST fall soups out there and you can easily make this vegan and skip on the cream and butter. 2 medium onions 1/2 stick of butter 4 tbsp. olive oil 2 c. raw or roasted (unsalted) cashews 2 – 3 tbsp. fresh ground peanut butter 2 – 3 tbsp. fresh ground almond […]

Layered Veggie Casserole

Fall Veggie Casserole

One of my favorite fall dishes and easy to make. 2 – 3 medium potatoes 2 medium sized zucchinis 1 large onion 1 large eggplant 2 -3 red or green tomatoes Large ball of mozzarella Season with sea salt and rosemary Oil a large baking dish and preheat oven to 450 Slice to medium width […]

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What’s For Dinner? Weekly Menu

The garden is in it’s decline, sad but true. So, with the sun not shining quite as long, the tomatoes don’t turn red but I have a great solution so those round yummies don’t go to waste. Saturday – Fried Green Tomatoes: From All Recipes website: 4 large green tomatoes 2 eggs 1/2 cup milk […]

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Weekly Menu – Cooler Days Ahead

Sunday – Gumbo – gotta do something with all the okra coming out of the garden! Large pot Dice about 4 – 6 tomatoes Sautee in garlic (2 – 3 cloves minced) and olive oil Add 1 diced onion 2 diced peppers as much okra as you like! Can of organic black beans Optional – […]

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Weekly Menu – Welcome October!

The Blood Full Moon high in the sky last night and the leaves just tipping into a new spectrum of color as autumn sweeps in and October is right there waiting at the end of the week. The farmer’s markets are thinning out but there is still plenty to work with to make meals nutritious […]