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Q: I find many recipes, including my grandmother's recipes, to be unhealthy and outdated. Are there ways to make baked goods healthy and vegan?
A: Grandma's recipes and many SAD (standard American diet) recipes consist of lots of fat (lard, oil, shortening), sugar (white or brown) and white flour. There's also cholesterol eggs, full fat milk (or buttermilk or cream), and more fat still when aluminum pans are greased.
Today's recipes don't have to be laden with all that richness, heaviness and calories. You can make delish muffins, cookies, quick breads and cakes with other ingredients, and still preserve great taste. Oh, and boost health, too! Here's how.
THE STANDARD SAD RECIPE IS OUTDATED
Q: I've been doing some green smoothie recipes, but I want to add in extra nutrition and vary things up. Any ideas?
~Good on Greens
A: But of course! Keep reading to find out how to supercharge your green smoothies using herbs, superfoods, probiotics, wild foods, veggie stock and more!
Q: Have you ever eaten so much spicy food that you couldn't quench your thirst afterwards? I'd be ever so grateful for some suggestions the next time I'm out eating a curry dish or indulging in a hot Thai meal.
~Hot to Trot
A: Here are 9 solutions that can be used by anyone to tamp down on the heat from spicy foods.
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