Archive for September, 2011

Organic Stevia Cheesecake

Organic Stevia Cheesecake  (gluten and grain free as well)

This is a very easy recipe and it lends itself to making a smaller recipe. The first time I made it I was figuring out the stevia amounts so I made a half recipe and it was great. The last time I made it I only had three packages of cream cheese so I cut the other ingredients accordingly and it also worked great. If you halve the recipe you can make it in six custard cups. It’s wonderful with a little fresh fruit or sugar free jam and it freezes really well too. The picture if from the first time I made this. Using all the cream cheese makes a thicker cheesecake, then pictured. It’s delicious too!

Ingredients:

32 ounces – 4 packages – organic cream cheese

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Asian Chicken Thighs

Asian Chicken Thighs

Found this recipe for Asian Chicken Thighs. I use either one or two packages of TJ’s boneless organic thighs. Usually two as I am feeding a teenager but even then we have some leftovers.

They’re easy to make and really good!

Ingredients:

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GMOs in the News

GMOs in the News – Sept 2011 edition

Lots in the news about GMOs  this month. Share this post with your friends and families. The more people that learn about GMOs, the better!       Mom

 

Organic Versus Genetically Engineered Crops: Some Rays of Light

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GMOs and Food Allergies

This is brilliant Ted video about GMOs and food allergies. Robyn doesn’t call them that but that’s what she’s talking about.  This food is hurting our children!  It’s time to stand up and take action. If you live in California go to LabelGMOs.org and sign up to collect signature. It’s time to tell everyone you know about GMOs. With the planting of GMO alfalfa there is going to be crop contamination and even organics won’t be safe anymore…

Mom

If you live in CA (or anywhere else in the world 🙂 go visit LabelGMOs.org – sign up to help or donate. Even a few dollars will make a difference!

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