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    Transitions

    Sep 17 | 52 Views | No Comments

      I’m quickly realizing that in Jersey, there is no real transition from Summer to Fall.  I, on the other hand, have been through a major transition since I have relocated from South Carolina.  Check out some of the things I have been doing above.  I have had a lot of time in the...

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    In Season Now: Grilled Patty-Pan Pizza

    Aug 12 | 323 Views | No Comments

    Last week I visited the Collingswood Farmers market and picked up some patty pan squash.  I had a great idea for them, and now that they are in abundance and the weather is still warm, these make for great grilled faux pizzas.  Chance always thinks that there is something for him on the grill....

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    Sports Nutrition Tidbits: 7 Myths Debunked

    Aug 4 | 229 Views | No Comments

    We are officially back from vacation after a wonderful week in Ocean City, NJ.  Now that it is Monday, it is back to the grind! I have sports nutrition on the brain, and was going through some pictures so I decided to share some tidbits with you. Do you find yourself sifting through all the...

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    The Fermentation Movement: a Beginners Guide

    Aug 1 | 259 Views | No Comments

    What are fermented foods?  These can be cheese, yogurt, sauerkraut, kimchee, pickles, and olives to name a few.   What exactly are fermented veggies?  Fermentation is a way to preserve food while also enhancing its nutrient value, specifically the gut-friendly bacteria.  Let me explain the...

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