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    I've made granola for my family for decades, but regular granola isn't exactly diet-friendly. This is my slimmed-down, lightly-sweet version which remains very popular with my family--even the grandkids! You can combine or substitute the nuts and seeds to suit your own preferences, but this is an interesting and heart-healthy combination. And you get to eat a generous crunchy-chewy half-cup serving for only 179 calories!

    Recipe #415764

    After a great deal of experimentation in my "lab" (which looks a lot like my kitchen), I developed a cheap, easy to make fake "Jet Dry" type dishwasher rinse aid that works very well. It's natural and non-chemical, but you still need to keep it out of reach of kiddies due to the alcohol content.

    Recipe #408794

    Like many people, I've tried for years to develop a cheap, natural recipe for dishwasher detergent that really works. This recipe, combined with my Homemade Jet Dry Rinse, comes close in performance to Cascade, and far outperforms commercial "green" products. Kudos to thenewhomemaker.com for the tip about citric acid. (I order citric acid online from mountainroseherbs.com at $3.50/lb.) **TIP: If you have very soft water, you might want to reduce or omit the baking soda to prevent a filmy buildup. This was developed for a hard water region of North Texas.**

    Recipe #408791

    Super flavorful whole grain muffin sweetened with maple syrup and chock full of pecans. The first time I made these my husband kept saying, "Do NOT lose this recipe! This is great!" I don't remember where I originally saw it, but I'm posting it here for safekeeping at his request.

    Recipe #406540


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