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  • Dinah Jones

    A must have for veggie soup!

  • Tiffany Cardwell

    Celery Stalks with Light Blue Cheese dressing and hot sauce.

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    How to Dice Celery for Lentil Soup #stepbystep

  • Rae Sanders

    Organic Foods Picture Slideshow: To Buy or Not to Buy Organic

  • Patti Just a 'country' Gal

    A crunchy, low-calorie vegetable with a bit of vitamins A, C, and K, folate, potassium, and manganese, one large stalk of celery only contains about 10 calories. Whether or not you buy organic celery, you can do your part to reduce pesticide residues, dirt, and bacteria by thoroughly washing the stalks under streaming water. Do not use soap.

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Calories (noun) - the tiny creatures that live in your closet and sew your clothes a little bit tighter every night.

Cucumber Salad. The dressing really makes this dish!

"We have been repeatedly told that to meet the world’s needs for food production we must resort to GM crops and chemical agriculture. However, glyphosate detrimentally interacts with all the agricultural components, so much so that an estimated 50 percent of the potential crop yields are currently being lost (see Figure 1)." This is a bit dry, but is VERY informative.

Step 1: Use as grocery list; buy all. Step 2: Prepare all in snack size portions. Step 3: Have on hand at all times. Step 4: Eat THESE instead of those. Step 5: Feel better; lose weight. (note to self: good welcome home food item for a new mom.)

Easy Eating - Use this #app to quickly and easily record the food you eat and basic data required to make a lasting change.

These food burn more calories to digest than they actually have. Good to know, the link includes a lot more info!

100 days of no processed foods - all the meal planning is done for you. This is AMAZING!