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Going raw ~ Southern Style

Going raw ~ Southern Style

Going raw ~ Southern Style Great article about Tina Kane, a raw foods aficionado in Birmingham who coaches people on how to  incorporate more raw foods into their diets. She states: “The more raw food you incorporate into your diet, the more healthy,  vibrant and energetic you’ll become. The more healthful, nutrient-dense foods you add to your diet, the more your body becomes nourished and the less you crave processed, sugar-laden foods” For simple solutions to increase nutrition in your […]

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Living Nutz in Maine ~ Where are you Living Nutz?

Living Nutz in Maine ~ Where are you Living Nutz?

We are excited about our new website and the ease of ordering for our customers. It has been a long time coming and finally everything came together. It has a new layout and easy to use features. It is easy to find our blog under the new categories as well.  Please check it out.       It is now August and that can be a little bittersweet as it means the summer is starting to trickle away, but it […]

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Living Nutz Naked Carrot Soup

Living Nutz Naked Carrot Soup

                         Living Nutz Naked Carrot Soup Yield: 2 servings Ingredients: Soup: 2 pounds carrot, washed, & sliced into one inch sections 6 apricots, washed and pitted        3 oranges, juice & pulp 1 lemon or lime, juice & pulp Toppings: 1 big pinch of dehydrated seaweed, reconstituted 1 teaspoon fresh marjoram leaves ½ package Living Nutz Organic Naked Germinated & Dehydrated Walnuts 1 to 2 teaspoons dried sweet onion powder Directions: Place the dried seaweed into a small ramekin or bowl […]

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Changes in McDonald’s Happy Meal- but how far does it go?

  McDonald’s USA president Jan Fields announced the company’s “Commitments to Offer Improved Nutrition Choices.” The comprehensive plan aims to help customers — especially families and children — make nutrition-minded choices whether visiting McDonald’s or eating elsewhere.” But the biggest and fastest change customers will notice at first will be the change with the popular Happy Meal. Traditionally, fries have been standard fare with the toy-oriented child’s meal. Now, they’ll only get a half order of fries, and half order […]

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Some ‘Chili’ on a hot summer’s day ~ Oh yeah

Some ‘Chili’ on a hot summer’s day ~ Oh yeah

Living Nuts Raw & Wicked Salmon Almond Chili Ingredients: 1 package Living Nutz Wicked Almond Chili 1 c fresh carrot pulp 1 lemon, juice and pulp ¼-½ c water ½ tsp Herbamare ½ T thyme (fresh, if possible; if using dried herb, use 1 tsp) 1 tsp marjoram (fresh, if possible; if using dried herb, use a pinch) Directions: Mix everything together in a food processor or Vitamix type of blender. Pour the water slowly for ease of blending. Serve […]

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Nutz in the Summer time

Nutz in the Summer time

Hello All, It is now summer and if you are not at work then it is wise to head for the hills(for a hike) or something outside that allows you to enjoy the warm and hopefully beautiful weather. There are many activities that you can enjoy. I eat Living Nutz more when I’m away from the company. If I’m heading on a trip or staying local while enjoying the great outdoors I usually grab a few bags and enjoy them […]

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New List of Dirty/Clean veggies & fruit to eat

The  Environmental Working Group (EWG) each year comes out with lists that tests the amounts of pesticides that remain on fruit and vegetables after they have been picked, power washed and stocked onto grocery store shelves.  The EWG uses this information to compile  lists for consumers to reference while they shop. This year they have the Dirty Dozen and the Clean Fifteen For more info see:  http://www.ewg.org/foodnews/ Stephanie

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Forks over Knives

Dr. T. Colin Campbell, author of “The China Study”, along with Dr. C. Esselstyn, both leading voices in the field of diet-based medicine brings us Forks over Knives, a documentary about degenerative diseases like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even several forms of cancer,  that could almost always be prevented—and in many cases reversed—by adopting a whole foods, plant-based diet. Hopefully coming to a theater near you.  Has anyone seen it yet- What is your opinion? See http://www.forksoverknives.com/ Stephanie

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Living Nutz Mayan Chili Pistachio Ranch Dressing

Living Nutz Mayan Chili Pistachio Ranch Dressing

Living Nutz Mayan Chili Pistachio Ranch Dressing Preparation time: 23 to 43 minutes; actual kitchen time: 3 minutes Yield: 2 to 3 pints of dressing Ingredients:  3/4 cup macadamia or cashew nuts, soaked for 20 minutes or until plumped up with water 1/2 cup lime, juice and pulp (3 or so limes) 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons good quality Brewer’s or Nutritional yeast 1 heaping tablespoon Living Nutz Mayan Chili Pistachio Nutz 1 garlic clove, smashed 3/4 cup […]

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Change of seasons

WOW, What a beautiful day today. It has been a while since we woke up with the sun here in the Northeast.   The sun is now setting past eight.  Here in Maine, the seasons are so drastic that you have to work with nature on so many levels. The temperature and humidity affect so many variables in terms of when and how you monitor and apply your normal process. Dehydrating, which I talk about quite a lot is very sensitive […]

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