Monthly Archives: June 2014

Greek Layered Salads to Go

Being on a tight budget means that I’m not eating out as much, and lunch is no exception. The positives of bringing lunch from home are 1) lower cost and 2) you can control the ingredients used , therefore your … Continue reading

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Homemade Coffee Coolatta

I worked at Dunkin Donuts for 3 years in high school/college so I’ve definitely had my fair share of Coolatta’s. What is actually pretty funny is that I used to make them with skim milk rather than cream, thinking it … Continue reading

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Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes with Chocolate Maple Syrup

You probably just read the title of this post and thought you were looking at the wrong blog. I can hear you saying “Seriously Frankie, I thought this blog was about health and nutrition. Why are you posting about foods … Continue reading

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Garden Tour

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: growing a garden is the most affordable way to follow a real food diet. I won’t lie, it is a lot of work and does require a small upfront investment- but … Continue reading

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Homemade Taco Seasoning

Tacos are one of the easiest meals. Everyone loves them and they really don’t take much time or skill to make. It is as easy as cooking a pound of ground beef and opening an envelope of spices. You bake … Continue reading

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