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Plant-Strong Eater Menu

Easter is around the corner and many of you are preparing for your Easter brunch or dinner. We have some tips, recipes and suggestions on how to make this Easter a healthy one. Plant-Strong kids: Easter egg hunts do not have to include eggs filled with candy. This year change it up and fill your eggs with stickers, dried fruit, little toys, coins, or maybe have one egg that has a slip of paper that says ‘special gift’ and give one nice gift that your child has been wanting. Speaking of eggs, if you’d rather not dye eggs, why not head to the craft store and pick up wooden or ceramic eggs instead! Have an egg-painting party. You can also pick up some other non-food crafts while you are at the craft store. Easter brunch: We love baking a batch of mighty muffins for brunch! Everyone loves them, and they are nice to have for people to snack on after brunch as well. Here is the recipe: Makes 6 large muffins or 1 enormous loaf. Prep-time: 15 minutes Cook time: 45 minutes Preheat oven to 375 degrees Ingredients: 6 brown bananas, lightly mashed (leave some chunks) 1 large apple, grated ¾ cup water 3 cups oat bran 1 teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt ¼ cup walnuts, chopped or halved ¼ cup raisins 4 tablespoons sweetener Juice of 1 lemon [&hellip

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A Bag of Potatoes, Microwaves and Being Kind

A few weeks ago I got this e-mail: “Hello, My name is Nancy I am 74 years old. I live on a fixed income and [&hellip

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Plant-Strong on the Go!

Plant-strong On The Go As college students, we are almost always on the move.  Some days, it seems like time just isn’t on our side.  [&hellip

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Adventures with Ami: What’s in Your Cup? Part 2

Last time we discussed sparkling waters. A bigger topic than one might imagine.  The seem to be the hot new thing out there.  Water can [&hellip

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Starting down the plant-strong path can often seem daunting. Sometimes the thought of changing every thing at once is a little overwhelming. So what if [&hellip

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Missing Out

“Everything in food works together to create health or disease. The more we think that a single chemical characterizes a whole food, the more we [&hellip

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I’ll be the first to admit, when I feel stress I want to eat. More so, I want to eat food that is definitely not [&hellip

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Adventures with Ami: What’s in Your Cup?

Figuring out the food on a plant-based whole foods plan can be the easy part for some.  The difficulty comes when figuring out what to [&hellip

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Have a Piece of Cake.

I got an e-mail last week from someone who told me they were celebrating their birthday and that they have a very long family tradition [&hellip

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