Monthly Archives: June 2013

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Vegan zucchini flax walnut muffins

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In search of baby-brain boosting food, I decided to make some muffins that would include flax and walnuts – both great vegan sources of DHA. Starting with a yummy bread recipe from Martha Stewart, I concocted my own fairly healthy … Continue reading

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First Father’s Day (kinda!)

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No, we don’t have the kid yet, but she does make her presence known constantly (by kicking my insides around like soccer balls.) We decided to go ahead and  celebrate Mother’s and Father’s Day this year, because we can! Mother’s … Continue reading

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Happy Summer!

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Today is the summer solstice. Yay! Summer is officially here! Well it will be, at 10:04 pm Pacific Daylight Time. For everyone East of Central time, it will be tomorrow. But yay anyway! Here are some fun facts from the … Continue reading

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Vegan handmade bagel dogs

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The other day I was suddenly struck by a furious craving for bagel dogs. I hadn’t  had a bagel dog since before becoming a vegetarian after high school. So it had been many, MANY years. Realizing that almost any recipe … Continue reading

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So I took a little break

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A six month hiatus from blogging and now I’m back. I missed it! Since my last post in mid-December, here is a recap of my half-year: Shortly after that post we found out we are pregnant and due in September. We … Continue reading

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Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

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Last weekend my dear James and I went on a little adventure to seek out native wildlife. I don’t recall how I came across Northwest Trek Wildlife Park but I sure am glad I did! The park is part of … Continue reading

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Menu planning: A new (to me) technique.

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Lately I’ve been toying with the idea of having a weekly menu board where I can plan out what I’ll make for dinner. I figured this would help me in two ways: 1. Alleviate some of the stress of cooking … Continue reading