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Choosing the best, low fodmap, chocolate

I am a chocolate lover and I am guessing that 99% of you are as well…

There was a time when I thought I was intolerant of chocolate and I was absolutely devastated. 351 more words

Low Fodmap

Red, White, and Blue Cobbler


The tart or pie cherry is a pretty yard tree all season, and gorgeous in full fruit, with the glowing colors of a Russian enamel. This year my pie cherry tree bore heavily for the first time, and after making a new supply of tart cherry liqueur (no sugar this time,) I made a few cherry cobblers. 415 more words

Cooking

So Good, You Just Might Lose Your Marbles!

Brownies are good. Cheesecake is good. Ultimately, they are a marriage of near perfect indulgence when combined. Neither of them, however, particularly scream “have another, and another, and another… and you won’t regret it.” Unless of course, you are doing things… 980 more words

High-volume Eating

Just Say Yes To Cookies

Yesterday we made our weekly trip to Costco and Cody bought a package of their cookies. If you have never had a Costco cookie, don’t try one. 288 more words

Heavenly French Toast

It is another rainy day in Texas and I wanted to make a delicious breakfast for my two boys. I absolutely love french toast and the original always left me feeling sick and gave me a major sugar rush. 241 more words

Lily's Chocolate . . . It's Quite Tastey!!

We just got a sample pack of Lily’s Chocolate.  This is a Stevia and erythritol sweetened chocolate that has no aftertaste and doesn’t cause the stomach upset that many experience with chicory root based products.   118 more words

Low Carb

Sweetener vs sugar: Which ones you should avoid

VANCOUVER – The only common thing about sugar substitutes and sweeteners is that they taste sweet.

But everything else is different.

Dietitian Melodie Yong says our bodies handle these substitutes differently and the chemical structure of each are different again. 281 more words

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