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All-Natural Foods That Kids Will Love

We do not have to feed our kids processed sugar to keep them happy. There are plenty of foods out there that are tasty, healthy and all natural. 482 more words


Fruit Leather

I picked up a dehydrator so jumped on making some fruit leather using my fantastic Vitamix.

Here is my first batch:
Bananas, strawberries, apple, peach, and unsweetened coconut flakes as garnish. 186 more words


Getting my invasivore on with autumn berries

I was encouraged a few years back to explore foraging … and I love it. Less interested in that which grows deep in forests and very interested in that which grows in meadows and suburban lawns and at the scrubby edge of well-manicured community paths, lawns and corporate office parks, I find myself thrilled with foraging. 699 more words

Being Green

RecipeRedux: Spicy Ginger Peach Fruit Chews

It’s time again for the RecipeRedux – a monthly link up of dietitians’ blogs, as we all focus in on a chosen food category!  This time the theme is dehydrated food.   221 more words


Let’s Pack a Lunch!

It is the end of summer, and after Labour Day in North America school age children will be heading back to school.  Many will be not only sporting new clothes and backpacks, but new lunch boxes as well. 634 more words

Fruit Leather

Simple Fruit Leather

Greetings Everyone!

Today’s video recipe is super fun and super easy.

It’s also a great way to save some money by using up over-ripe fruits or scraps that weren’t used in other recipes.



  • Strawberries
  • Mango

Leather -- And We're Not Talking Cow Hides Here

One of my favorite ways to use up extra melon, leftover pulp, and over-ripe fruit is to make fruit leather.  It started about a year ago with tons and tons of plum pulp, continued with pineapple and berries, and finally evolved into peaches (with the skins on, of course).   167 more words

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