• It’s A Good Day

    It’s a good day! Days can be good even if you spend the day doing errands, cooking, and checking emails every half our or so, which is basically what I did today. I did get my morning yoga session in and got to go on a nice walk with my dog, however other than that, […]

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  • Mock Tuna or Walnut Pate

    I love making this recipe. I call it Mock Tuna. However, some of my friends call it Walnut Pate. I love serving it on dehydrated onion bread or with dehydrated flax crackers. I really don’t measure in this recipe. Here are some guidelines, however you may want to adjust them a bit. Ingredients: 3 c […]

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  • Ginger Quinoa Granola

    Ginger Quinoa Granola – Vegan and Gluten Free! Adapted from Better Homes and Gardens 3/4 cup uncooked quinoa, rinsed well to remove bitterness and well-drained 1/2 cup whole almonds 1/2 cup walnut pieces 1/4 cup flax seeds 1/4 cup maple syrup 2 Tbsp. coconut oil 1 tsp.cinnamon 1/2 tsp.salt 1/3 cup crystallized ginger pieces, chopped […]

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  • Vegan Broccoli Soup

    I love making this soup with broccoli fresh from our garden. It is a quick, simple soup that is creamy and delicious. The best part for me is that it is gluten free and vegan. Hope you enjoy it is much as my family does! * this recipe is taken from allrecipes.com Ingredients: 1 cup […]

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  • Bodhi Tree Market Gratitude

    Every night when I rest my head on my pillow, I mentally do a list of all the things I am grateful for. It is a practice I have been doing for years. An important lesson I have learned in this practice is that while there are things I may take for granted, such as [...] Continue Reading
  • Fermenting Vegetables

    Fermenting Vegetables Around here, we share the workload in lots of ways. One of them is in the kitchen. All of us, including the kids, have their favorite things to make for themselves and the family. This time of year, my husband always has a heightened interest in fermenting vegetables. He loves to make sauerkraut, [...] Continue Reading
  • Planting Seeds

    With each New Year comes many things. One of them in our household is the excitement of picking out seeds for our gardens. My husband and his farmer friend Marty, love looking through all the magazines and planning what seeds will be planted. They take into careful consideration the seeds that will fill the gardens [...] Continue Reading
  • Greek Salad With Tofu

    This is one of my favorite summer salad recipes that sounds just as delicious on this warm and sunny February day. It’s a great tasting salad and so simple to make!! (I will strongly suggest you use organic, non-gmo tofu.) This recipe is adapted from the New Farm Vegetarian Cookbook. Ingredients: 1 package (16 ounces) [...] Continue Reading