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    I don't do a lot of window cleaning . . . as little as possible, actually. LOL However, I recently decided my front and back storm doors needed a thorough cleaning. A quick perusal, of my cleaning supplies, revealed that I didn't have a natural window cleaner. So, when when I was in the "Organic" Aisle, at the grocery store, I decided to check out window cleaners. After seeing that they were costing around $3.00+ for what appeared to be mostly vinegar and/or ammonia, I decided that was a no brainer, and came home, to make my own. After looking online, for a recipe, and not finding one, that didn’t use ammonia, which makes me sick, I made up my own . . . and it works REALLY well!

    Recipe #437580

    I have been trying, unsuccessfully, to find a "healthy" commercial, meal replacement, that doesn't have artificial sweeteners and/or sugar alcohols (like Xylitol, Manitol, Stevia, etc), which give me migraines. I have MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity), and must avoid ALL chemicals, so organic is a must, for me. Each time I find a shake, I think I can use and recommend to friends, I look closer, and find something in it that won't work. Add to that, the fact that they are all very expensive, and I finally decided to make my own. Here is the result of my search.

    Recipe #394027

    I just got my new Vitamix today, and am so excited, I had to make some of the recipes. Since I have lots of Swiss Chard and Yellow squash in my garden, I wanted to use them, but couldn't find a recipe. The Zucchini Soup recipe in the cookbook, that came with my machine, looked good, but didn't quite fit the bill. So, as I am known to do, I started improvising. I can't eat white potatoes, but can eat yams or sweet potatoes, so I made a substitution there. The flavor was a bit bland, so I added the garlic, onion and fresh basil, from my garden. I'm trying to transition to the Raw Food Lifestyle, and didn't want to get the soup too hot, so only blended it four, instead of the six minutes recommended. It got plenty hot. Next time, I will put my candy thermometer in it, to check the temp, as it should stay less than 105F, to preserve enzymes, in the vegetables. A piece of toasted, sprouted multi-grain bread, rounded out the meal. It was very creamy, really quite good, and very satisfying. My husband isn't quite on board, with the Raw Lifestyle yet, so the jury is still out there. However, he did scarf it down, without complaints. When asked what he thought, he said, "Very interesting flavor". :D He did say, that he would eat it again, though. This is technically not RAW, because of the cooked yam. But unless you are 100% raw, this makes a nice healthy (nearly raw) meal. I suppose you could finely chop the yam (in the Vitamix), before adding the rest, of the ingredients, and it should cook with the rest, of the soup. However, I don't think the soup would be as nice and creamy that way.

    Recipe #435554

    I have been looking for a healthy "Mayo" recipe for a while now, and finally decided to try one, that I had found. It was a dismal failure. I think adding the mustard and lemon juice, at the beginning, may have caused the egg to curdle, and it never thickened. So, I tried mixing the egg and slowly drizzled oil mixture, first, and then the lemon, salt and mustard. Voila! Success! I used Brown Mustard with Horseradish, because that is what I had in the house. But, I think you could use Dijon or even yellow mustard, with excellent results. I mixed Olive Oil and Safflower Oil, because I had seen that Olive Oil, by it's self, it really strong. But, you can use any oil or combination of oils. I hope my recipe is what you are looking for, and that you enjoy it, as much as my hubby and I do.

    Recipe #423640

    I love to cook creatively. One night I had thawed a pound of lean, grange fed, ground beef, to put on the grill. But, I didn't want plain burgers. I started adding what I thought would give the burgers good flavor and texture. I think it started with grated carrots, caramelized onion and garlic, and went from there. When my hubby brought them in from the grill, I was pleasantly surprised, that they smelled so great, and tasted awesome. They taste great on a bun, with lettuce and tomato, but we had them, that night, with buttered bow tie pasta, and a simple salad. My husband named them, when we talked about serving them to our grandson, who can be a picky eater. He said we should give them a fun name, and maybe he would be more willing to eat them. He suggested "Circus Burgers", because of the orange, of the carrot. Well, Joshua loves them, and the name has stuck. :D

    Recipe #432986

    This is a recipe that I have been making since I was a teenager. My Step-Father was Armenian, and we ate this pilaf often, with our evening meal. It has a great buttery flavor, and can be made with either brown rice or long grain, white rice. It's YUMMY either way. I learned to make it with just butter. However, using a combination of oil and butter, helps to keep smoking and burning to a minimum, while still imparting the great buttery taste. I have also made it with just olive oil, and also with a combination of butter and olive oil. Of course, the flavor is slightly different. I think it has the best flavor, when made with just 3 Tbsp of butter (no oil), but it is healthier with the butter/oil combination, and healthiest with 2 Tbsp oil and no butter.

    Recipe #356244

    YUMMY! Chocolate covered strawberries, with white chocolate drizzled over top. White chocolate has been added to the dark chocolate to make it creamy, rich, and sweet. It contrasts beautifully with the tart sweetness of the strawberries.

    Recipe #356032

    This recipe goes WAY back to my childhood. My Mother found it in a woman's magazine, and it became a family staple. My older sister used to come home, from college, and ask my Mom to make it, just because she LOVED the aroma in the house, when it was cooking. I was so happy the day my newly married daughter called me, and asked me for the recipe, so she could make it for her husband. THEN, not too long after that, my son called and asked, for it, because he wanted to make it for his wife! That's three generations making this for their families. The recipe has evolved a bit, since I was a little girl, but only for the better. I must admit, that many children pick out the bell pepper slices, but that's OK. For me, it isn't Wienies Creole without the bell peppers.

    Recipe #356310

    It has been many years since I have made breaded pork chops. I have had a yearning for them for a while, now, so today, when I came across a package of boneless pork chops in the freezer, decided that tonight was the night to make them again. My husband kept muttering under his breath, "Wow, that was good". . . " Man, you out did yourself tonight". . . Geez, that was delicious". . . I think he liked it ;-D

    Recipe #357726

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