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    So good I wanted to remember it, healthy dressing for a garden or pasta salad.

    Recipe #290818

    Yummy muffins pack a nutritious punch in the morning, great for a healthy grab-n-go breakfast. You can alter this recipe any way you like and with what you have on hand, very versatile. I started with Recipe # 8845 from Kathy-Lynn and tweaked it so much it turned into something else. Recipe includes a brown sugar & nut topping. I used almonds and walnuts, but any kind of nut would be good with this.

    Recipe #288307

    Perfect for a cold winter night, healthy and delicious! Warms you body and soul, without tons of calories. I put this together spur of the moment, so good I had to record it for posterity. As with any soup recipe, you can use whatever veggies you have on hand... fresh or frozen, and can add just a handful (1/2 - 1 cup) of rice (50 minutes before it's done simmering) or pasta (8-12 minutes before it's done)if you like. This is a "loose" recipe as I don't measure much...would be easy to increase or reduce amounts to make as much as you want. Please use organic ingredients as much as possible, tastes better and is better for the earth and your body. The flavor of this soup is amazing, a must have!

    Recipe #279445


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