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Persephone In Action

Persephone was playing on the decrepit scratching post this morning – scratch, scratch, BITE, scratch! We got some snow last night! Brrrrr!

For breakfast, I decided to switch it up and have some nice hot pumpkin oatmeal on this snowy day … I used 1/2 C Quaker oats (they may not be entirely gluten free, but that’s okay), 1 tbsp of chia seeds, 1 C milk, cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, and a banana … … 158 more words

Cats

Semi-Gluten Free

Y’all, yesterday I made an executive decision, right after my headache and stomachache from eating a piece of bread: I’m going to try an elimination diet where I don’t eat bread, pastas, most things with gluten. 374 more words

Good Eats

Being "Flexitarian"

Grail Springs Holistic Detox for Body, Mind & Spirit by Madeleine Marentette, was the first book I read about detoxing. I read it about five years ago and to this day it holds spot number one for me for explaining the detox process, and includes fantastic recipes. 350 more words

Suzanne Costigan

Protein + Bipolar

Howdy! I woke up feeling much better from my massive mood swings which literally ruined most of my night – Luke was so kind and convinced me to go get a Diet Coke and some fruit around 8:30, and I felt better after that. 543 more words

Cats

Step Five: Cooking!

At last, all the previous efforts have been worthwhile and we can finally get in the kitchen and cook up a storm. This whole post is personal, as I’m describing my eating habits and what I like to cook. 574 more words

Healthy Lifestyle

Vegetarian Meal #3

Veg Frittata with a Spinach Salad.

This is essentially an oven-baked Spanish omelette, with potatoes, mushrooms, spinach and tomato. I would often do this with bacon or diced chorizo, but not this time, just extra mushrooms. 16 more words

Vegetarian Meal #2

Mexitarian Quorn Mince Enchiladas.

I want to say that I hated this meal.

But I can’t.

However I won’t be making it again. Even with my homemade blend of Mexican seasonings and a fresh avocado salsa, the meal was a soul-less charade of a family favourite. 169 more words