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Double Dark-Chocolate Brownies

Preheat oven to 350º Yield: 1 doz   In a food processor combine: 1 ½ c almond butter, creamy ½ c sweet potato, cooked and mashed 1/3 c raw cocoa, powdered ½ c maple syrup 2 eggs, large 1 ½ tsp vanilla 1 tsp baking soda ½ tsp sea salt   Process until smooth and […]

Posted on 11/27/2016 10:27 am | Comments Off on Double Dark-Chocolate Brownies

From Sunbeam to Sunburn: Narcissism Exposure

The experience of being in relationship with a narcissist is like the experience of being in the sun after having been cooped up inside. At first it warms you, feels good on the skin, entices you to want more. You may notice your skin changes color after a while, but you don’t worry about it. […]

Posted on 11/27/2016 10:24 am | Comments Off on From Sunbeam to Sunburn: Narcissism Exposure

The Low-Down on Low-Glycemic

  Looking at the state of health these days is a bit depressing.  Yes, fit is the new thin, however that’s not always enough.  Chronic disease- all types –from arthritis to cancer to diabetes and heart disease is powerfully affected by sugar.  Cancer thrives on it, as does diabetes and on and on, like I […]

Posted on 10/31/2013 01:21 pm | Comments Off on The Low-Down on Low-Glycemic

A Snake in the Sink

Snakes have a bad rep and while they aren’t my favorite animal (I prefer elephants), I refrain from automatically thinking SNAKE—EVIL—KILL. Most of the snakes slinking around our farm are beneficial and do their part in keeping the rodent population in check. HOWEVER, being surprised by them in close proximity is not my idea of […]

Posted on 10/01/2013 11:02 am | Comments Off on A Snake in the Sink

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