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Thai-ish Sesame Noodles
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Thai-ish Sesame Noodles

This recipe was adapted from The China Study Cookbook. Salad: 2 cups of shredded green cabbage 1 red bell pepper, diced 2 medium carrots, grated 1 cup of peanuts, crushed 1/4 cup of sesame seeds 1/2 cup scallions or green onions, diced 4 ounces of cooked soba noodles Dressing: 1/4 cup Coconut animos 1 T […]


Mary's Bean and Quinoa Salad
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Mary’s Bean and Quinoa Salad

This recipe was adapted from The China Study Cookbook. Salad: 2 cups of cooked beans ( I used pintos) 2 cups of cooked quinoa 2 green onions, diced 1 green bell pepper, diced 1 celery stalk, diced 2 small tomatoes, diced Dressing: 1 T Coconut aminos 1 t brown mustard 1/4 t Pure Maple Syrup 2 […]


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Red Beet Salad and Golden Beet Salad

One of our students, Dana, brought  really yummy Beet Salads to our party.  Here’s the recipes: Red Beet salad Boil and peel red beets Grate beets into a bowl Grind walnuts Mix beets and walnuts Add pepper and rice vinegar to taste   Golden Beet Salad Boil and peel beets Cut/cube beets Add cut orange […]




Taking your Fitness to the Next Level
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Taking your Fitness to the Next Level

I’d like to challenge you pick heavier dumbbells to use during your next boot camp workout. Why? Because I want to see you drop those last few pounds you have been struggling to drop. I’d like to see you get over that “plateau” or that “hump” you’ve been stuck at for weeks. I’d like to […]



Mexican Kale Salad
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Mexican Kale Salad

Thanks to Sharon McRae of www.eatwell-staywell.com for this recipe! This is a very versatile recipe, as you can use the massaged kale with just about any beans, vegetables, and dressing. It’s also great with chickpeas and a tahini-based dressing, with some chopped onion, peppers, carrots, celery and cucumbers! It is also great topped with fresh […]