Author archive for admin

  • Buckwheat n’ Basil Cabbage Rolls

    “What’s for dinner tonight” I hollered at my mother. “Cabbage rolls” she’d say politely back.  “Ewww” I’d hurl back. Now some years later I want to slap my own self silly. First of all, cabbage rolls are actually super delicious.  Secondly, how was I such a jerk? Here is this hard working woman, mother of three, chef to 5, who comes […]
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  • 3 Foods You Should Be Eating That You’re Probably Not

      Broccoli Sprouts:  A sprinkle of the sprouts is all you need, which is great news for picky kids and picky adults alike.   Immature broccoli is packed with anti-cancer compounds. In fact they contain 10 – 100 times more sulforaphan than regular broccoli. Sulforaphan is one of the many active ingredients in broccoli that gives it such a good […]
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  • Chocolate Covered Strawberries

    Chocolate ¼ cup raw, unpasteurized honey ½ cup organic cold pressed coconut oil (melted) ¾ cup raw cocao (to taste) pinch of seasalt In a bowl combine all the ingredients. Mix well. Pour on parchment paper covered baking sheet and spread out with a knife to desired thickness. Run knife through the wet chocolate to shape into squares (this makes […]
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  • Quinoa Pizza Bites. Yep, That’s Right.

    Just because you choose to eat healthily doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice all things delicious. In fact good-for-you-food can be just as tasty as the not-so-good-for-you stuff. Case and point: Quinoa Pizza Bites What You Need: 1 cup quinoa, cooked ½ cup cheese, shredded 2 tbsp. parmesan cheese 2 tbsp. red pepper, minced ¼ cup red onion, minced ¼ […]
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  • Finalist in ethicalDeal Best Gluten-Free Blog Awards

    Wildlives has an exciting announcement!
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  • Guest Blog Post: The Key To Staying Motivated

    Check out my guest post over at ethicalDeal on motivation, health and loving yourself.
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  • I’m Thankful For Thanksgiving (And Apple Pie)

    I’m grateful for you, dear reader. Thank you for reading. Grain-Free Apple Pie, because I love you. Crust – What You Need: 3 Eggs 1/2 cup melted coconut oil pinch of salt 3T melted honey ½ cup tapioca flour ½ cup + 1T coconut flour What You Do: Preheat oven to 350. In a mixer combine eggs, oil, salt and […]
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  • Instructables #1: Rice Paper Salad Rolls

    A picture is worth a 1000 words eh? Well that’ll save me some time! Below is a picture guide to one of my favorite recipes. These salad rolls are quick, easy and super transportable which makes them a lunch-time fav. 1. Dip the rice paper in a bowl of warm water for 1-15 seconds:   Once I pull it out […]
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  • Peanut Butter n Blackstrap Molasses Cookies

    Sometimes you just want something sweet. It happened to me last night. Lucky for all of us I went to work in the kitchen trying to create something sweet- ish  that wouldn’t cause too much trouble for the ol’ bod. Enter Pb n Molasses Cookies. Enjoy! What You Need: 3/4 cup crunchy natural peanut butter (ingredients should read: peanuts, salt) 1 […]
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  • Grain-Free Spiced Banana Pancakes

    Going gluten-free isn’t always easy, but it has its perks – perks like reduced antinutrient (lectins, phytates and gluten) consumption. Grains in general are loaded with these not-so-marvelous features that make them difficult for us to digest. Without our realizing it, many of us are sensitive to these antinutrients and they are wreaking havoc on our systems in the form of leaky gut, among […]
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