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Sara is a passionate advocate for natural approaches to health, she shares her tips here.

Gingerbread Cookies (gluten/grain free)

If you like holiday spice – you will love these cookies – they are full of spice and flavor. They are free of grains, gluten, and much lower in sugar than traditional gingerbread cookies – the only sugar used in this recipe is the organic powdered sugar in the frosting – the cookies are sweetened with an organic stevia blend called Pyure. If they come out too spiced for you – you could cut the spices down a bit – I like a lot of spice in mine! Gingerbread Cookies: 1 cup almond flour (blanched) 3 teaspoons cinnamon (I always use Ceylon cinnamon, considered “real” cinnamon) 1 t. ground cloves 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 teaspoon Real salt 3 teaspoons Pyure (organic stevia blend) 2 teaspoons

Italian Wedding Soup

I wasn’t sure why this soup is called “Italian Wedding Soup.” So I searched on the Internet. According to the “Cooking Geek,” although it is commonly served to brides and grooms in the North Eastern U.S. for ‘energy fortification’ for their first night together, the real etilogy of the name ‘wedding soup’ is because the combination of flavors in the soup is the perfect “marriage.” According to Wikipedia, “The term “wedding soup” comes from the Italian language phrase “minestra maritata (“married soup”),” which is a reference to the flavor produced by the combination/”marriage” of greens and the broth.” That makes sense to me – I have always loved the combination of mini meatballs, dark le

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