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Green Bean and Bacon Casserole

Ditch that cream of mushroom soup…it’s full of sodium! This green bean casserole recipe from Gluten-Free Entertaining is a new take on a timeless favorite and uses all fresh ingredients. Trust us, you’ll be able to taste the difference. And did we mention it has bacon?! Green Bean and Bacon Casserole Canned cream of mushroom soup is full of MSG and gluten! This classic holiday dish is easy to make from scratch and is everything a green bean casserole should be: creamy with tender green beans and a crunchy shallot topping. Bacon only makes it that much better! For Topping: ¼ cup (60 ml) canola oil 2 tablespoons (16 g) cornstarch ¼ teaspoon salt ⅛ teaspoon freshly ground pepper 2 shallots, thinly sliced into rings For Green Beans: 1 pound (454 g) green beans 6 strips bacon 1 package (10 ounces,...

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RAW and SIMPLE DETOX: A DELICIOUS Body Reboot for Health, Energy, and Weight Loss

RAW & SIMPLE DETOX: A DELICIOUS Body Reboot for Health, Energy, and Weight Loss...

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7 Important Facts You Should Know About Matcha

By Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD I’ve been getting asked about matcha a whole lot lately. I heard that matcha shots were the “it beverage” at New York Fashion Week, and many dedicated coffee lovers are ditching java in favor of matcha. If you’re curious about this trendy beverage, here are seven things you should know. It’s a special form of green tea Matcha literally means “powdered tea.” When you order traditional green tea, components from the leaves get infused into the hot water, then the leaves are discarded. With matcha, you’re drinking the actual leaves, which have been finely powdered and made into a solution, traditionally by mixing about a teaspoon of matcha powder with a third cup of hot water (heated to less than a boil), which...

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Turmeric (The Spice of Life) Used as a Anti-Inflammatory

  [caption id="attachment_22496" align="alignnone" width="674"] Tumeric is a Spice that Supports Your Body's Astonishing Immune System.[/caption] By NANCY KALISH Your arsenal of home remedies is about to get a lot spicier with these best healing herb. Though herbs have been used for hundreds of years to heal, scientists are finally starting to substantiate these plants' abilities to alleviate arthritis pain, reduce high blood sugar and cholesterol, and help with many other conditions. They're even discovering amazing new powers in the best healing herbs, such as the ability to kill cancer cells and help problem drinkers curb their alcohol intake. Here are some of the powerful healing properties that turmeric carries: Turmeric: Ease arthritis A heaping helping of curry could relieve your pain. That's because turmeric, a spice used in curry, contains curcumin, a...

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The Natural Version of Aspirin – Queen of the Meadow

Did you know..? Queen of the Meadowis the natural version of aspirin without the digestive upsets and bleeding that may accompany the synthetic product. It is even said to soothe digestive upsets, as well as the pains and aches of inflammatory ailments. Plant Description: Queen of the meadow is home-grown to central and E Asia, where most of the popular ornamental species come from such as the bridal wreath (S. x prunifolia), native to Japan, and its similar hybrid S. vanhouttei. In these species the fragrant, spire like flower clusters typical of the genus are borne on long, arching branches. Queen of the Meadow native to North America include the hardhack, or steeplebush (S. tomentosa), a local source of astringent and tonic, and the meadowsweets (several species). The name...