Peachy Oatmeal Shake

You've got to be kidding me, OATMEAL in a shake? YES! Oatmeal is highly nutritious, versatile and provides this shake with body. I had some frozen organic peaches in the freezer and some raw oats whcih I had soaked overnight to both soften and release the enzymes. I whipped this together. LOVED the outcome. You can use fresh peaches in season too, but I would recommend adding a few ice cubes. I used raw oatmeal, which is best soaked overnight, but you could use rolled oats for instant gratification. The cinnamon and the nutmeg adds extra depth. I always use a pinch of sea salt to enhance the sweetness of the fruit. To make it easier... You can use leftover cooked oatmeal.

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Orange Vinaigrette

This is a great winter-spring vinaigrette you can enjoy when citrus is abundant and at its peak! The garlic and mustard emulsify the dressing. You can serve this with just about any green salad. It also makes a great marinade.

Orange Sweet and Sour Tofu


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Orange “Creamsicle” Energy Smoothie


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My Good Friend Jared’s Granola

Jared used to surprise me with his terrific version of granola at my house in Richmond, Vermont. With the addition of fruit and almond milk, it is a great healthy meal.

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Morning Glory Muffins with Flax, Carrots, Apple and Coconut


Mock Calamari Salad


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Miso-Honey Glaze

Here is a tasty chicken or salmon glaze. Or thin it slightly with more Apple Cider Vinegar for an Asian Slaw dressing. It will keep in your refrigerator indefinitely.

Miso Soup with Two Mushrooms


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Meyer Lemon Ice


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