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Eating Well in a Yurt

For the past few nights we have been staying in an accessible yurt in Ridgway State Park in Colorado. It’s very comfortable, and it allows us to do some healthy cooking on the road. We made a menu before we … Continue reading

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General Tso’s Chicken

I so love General Tso’s Chicken, but it’s usually pretty high in sodium. This recipe uses reduced-sodium soy sauce, so that helps cut down the sodium. Unfortunately the gluten-free soy sauce is high in sodium, so you have to make … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Sausage and Cheese Quiche

I love quiche, especially on a lazy Sunday morning. The problem is that after I went wheat-free, it was pretty much off the menu. Sure, I tried to do a crustless quiche, which is pretty much what I call a … Continue reading

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Shrimp and Tomatillo Bake

I like that this recipe has a lot of flavor, but it only uses one skillet for preparation. Just make sure that you use a pot-holder to get it out of the oven as the handle will really heat up … Continue reading

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Crock Pot Cashew Chicken

I had my doubts about this recipe, because it just didn’t look like enough sauce, but it worked out just fine. As it cooked, the liquid increased. I used rice flour to dodge the wheat, and although it’s higher in … Continue reading

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Kicking Wheat to the Curb

After being fairly happy with my Lifestyle Plan for over three years, I’ve decided to institute one major change — I’m eliminating all wheat from my diet. No, I’m not a celiac, nor am I looking at it as a … Continue reading

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Egg McMuffin Makeover

Every now and again I have to eat breakfast out on the road. My preferred order is two poached eggs on one slice of dry wheat toast, but I can only get that in a sit-down restaurant. If I have … Continue reading

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Health(ier) Canadian Fast Food Choices

Whenever you travel outside of your own country, you have to acquaint yourself with some of the local fast food joints, in order to make healthier choices on the road. Even in Canada. Although there are a lot of US … Continue reading

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Eating Healthy at a B&B

Eating healthy at a B&B can definitely be a challenge. To be honest, it all depends on the attitude of the innkeeper. And although there is little you can do when you run into a “Breakfast Nazi” innkeeper, you can … Continue reading

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Tomato and Cheese Stuffed Chicken

I love this recipe because it’s so easy to make. Instead of pounding out the chicken, topping it with filling and then rolling it up, you just butterfly the chicken breast. It’s much easier than pounding!! The original recipe called … Continue reading

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