Monthly Archives: November 2010

Homemade co-sleeper

Steve and I decided a long time ago that we wanted to co-sleep with our baby.  There are many, many reasons why it is recommended that mamas sleep with their babies.  I encourage you to check out this link if … Continue reading

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Millet Cheese Casserole

I have made this recipe twice now, and really, really like it!  It is reminiscent of macaroni and cheese, but with millet and an added depth of flavor.  You can cook it on the stove, in the oven, or in … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

Featuring, once again, Eddy!

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Banana Bread

I really like banana bread.  But I do NOT like fake-tasting, dry, sugary banana bread.  This recipe is mostly from the old LLL Whole Foods for the Whole Family cookbook, with a few little changes thrown in.  It is moist, low-sugar … Continue reading

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Herbal Medicine Making Workshop

On Saturday, I attended an herbal medicine making workshop.  It cost a grand total of $25, and included a substantial booklet make by the instructor, all the supplies to participate in the workshop, and some things we got to take … Continue reading

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Another perk of Florida is that composting is really easy!  Although I am not a huge fan of this warm, moist, insect-filled state, all of those properties combine to make composting a no-brainer.  No incubating or turning is realy necessary … Continue reading

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My grudging appreciation for Florida

I make no secret of the fact that I do not like Florida, and cannot wait to move away from here, and never return.  I can’t say I hate Florida, at least this part of Florida, because I assure you … Continue reading

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