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Dana Zucker

in In Our Kitchen, Kids & Family, On the Menu, Recipes

BACK TO SCHOOL HEALTHY LUNCHES

So my kids are those kids; they never buy school lunches, but carry their own. They always have a variety in their lunch bags, use real forks and recyclable containers, including glass, and a real napkin. Yea, their friends always made smart comments, until they beame super jealous. (Did I mention they have made it all the way to their senior year in high school…

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MACAROONS – VEGAN

My family loves macaroons.  When we travel to destination races and rent a house, I have the ingredients for these shipped, if I know they won’t be readily available.  They are not only yummy and easy, but loaded with goodness.  NO COOKING required. INGREDIENTS 2 cups shredded ,unsweetened coconut 1/2 cup almonds;  grind in the food processor or coffee grinder to your liking.  I do…

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Breadmaking Day Made Simple!

Bread making day, made simple! I have taken the NYT No-Knead bread and I have adjusted to meet our needs. I make the actual bread two different ways. I use all organic ingredients. 2c bread flour, I prefer King Arthur 1c Whole Wheat Flour, I use Bobs 1 teaspoon Kosher salt Then add 1 3/4 cup warm and place 1/2 teaspoon yeast on warm water…

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Ramen Noodle Soup Time

Thank goodness it has been rainy here is Austin, we need the rain! The rain also means, soup! So no homemade noodles. It was a major fail. I will keep working on them. I think I will ask for a pasta machine for Valentine’s day… I served this as an after school snack before the twins went off to work out for 4-5 hours, and…

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The Best Bread Ever

This is a bread recipe that I adapted once I found my very healthy husband had heredity pre diabetes and heredity high cholesterol. There is a lot you can add to it or change. Remember, cookbooks and books, read them, read the blogs, listen to what others have down and adjust for your needs. I use this bread for morning toast and sandwiches for school…

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