Quinoa Cutlets With Green Onions

Quinoa cutlets are an excellent protein-rich meat substitute or just a tasty addition to your meal. If you cooked too much quinoa, making these cutlets allows you to easily get rid of the leftovers. I make my quinoa cutlets with … Read more

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Strawberry Shortcake Cookies

Strawberries are in season and Gluten-Free Strawberry Shortcake Cookies use the succulent berries in a creative ( and divinely tasty) way. These cookies are chewy, fresh, slightly sweet and slightly sour. They are vegan and full of deep strawberry aroma. I … Read more

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How To Make a Felted Fairy

  I like making felted fairies, as simple Waldorf-inspired toys or gifts. These fairies can also be used as house decorations. They look especially pretty if hung by the window. Surprisingly, making a felted fairy is not a lot of … Read more

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Learning Liquid Measurements

To understand liquid measurements, we were learning them in a sensory way. Nothing is more fun for a small child than pouring water into a bunch of cups. I gave the kids a large mixing bowl, some measuring cups, a … Read more

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Gingered Cabbage Stir Fry

I love stir fries, because they allow me to feed my family quickly. Gingered cabbage stir fry is light with a hint of gentle spiciness. Add some sauteed tofu or meat of your choice and it becomes  a complete meal.

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Healthy Strawberry Banana Ice Cream

Strawberry Banana Ice Cream is probably the healthiest ice cream ever. Simply made, gluten-free and fully vegan, this tasty dessert takes a few minutes to prepare and makes both kids and adults very happy.  

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Healthy Breakfast Bowl

For a quick, fresh and tasty raw breakfast, try a simple and healthy breakfast bowl. A  gluten-free and vegan fresh alternative to the processed breakfast serial, this nutrient-dense bowl is not only delicious, it is filling as well. Chia seeds … Read more

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7 Best Manupulatives for Preschool

Manipulatives are small objects that help children understand mathematical concepts and develop their vocabularies. Children as young as two or three years old enjoy playing with manipulatives and by doing so, they learn. I like using manipulatives with older children, too. Especially … Read more

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16 Uses For Genetian Violet

Gentian violet is an antiseptic purple dye, derived from coal tar. It is used on the skin as an antifungal and antibacterial agent. As it helps with multiple issues,  I always make sure to have this remedy handy. Before using genetian … Read more

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Types of Trees Project

We were learning about the various trees with the kids. For this project, the kids had to bring a large pile of leaves form the various trees in our yard. Then we identified the trees together. I printed out the following … Read more

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20 Best Vegetarian Soup Recipes

        Vegetarian soup makes an excellent, nutrient-dense and easy lunch. The following 20 soup recipes were chosen for their taste, health value and ease of preparation. Some soups are pureed, while the other ones are chewy; some soups … Read more

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Roasted Sweet Potato Hummus

Roasted sweet potatoes make homemade hummus taste sweeter and better. This hummus is good with raw vegetables, pita crisps and crackers.  If you like hummus, this is an interesting version.

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