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A Soy-Free, Gluten-Free, and Vegan Yogurt that tastes good? It may be hard to believe, but there is a good option: So Delicious Cultured Coconut Milk Yogurt. While I can have some soy, it is put in so many dairy substitutes that I try to diversify wherever I can. It would be very easy for me to overload, and need to pull soy off my diet long term. By and large, I really enjoy Turtle Mountain’s product line-up. They are truly dairy allergy friendly. That said I am aware that they often have soy in their products. So when I say they were starting to carry soy free items as well, I was very excited. Then I tasted it.

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Once-A-Month Cooking

With a new year coming, and the holidays drawing to a close, I thought I would review a book about getting good dinners on the table in a time efficient way. Once-A-Month Cooking provides a homemade meal to freezer to table solution worth thinking about.

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One way you can divide the people of the world is into the group that loves chocolate, and the group who does not. The cookbook “Hershey’s Best Loved Recipes” is aimed squarely at those who love chocolate, with a multiple of dessert options.

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Crockpot Ultimate Recipe CollectionAs winter sets in, and a chill goes through the air, I crave the warm comfort of hot soup or stew. It’s time to pull out that Crock Pot. The Crockpot Ultimate Recipe Collection is here to help, with over 500 slow cooker recipes of all kinds. When most people think of slow cookers, they might think of chili, stew, or roasts. These can all be found. Additionally, there are dips, drinks, chicken wings, barbecue, and sauces. Everything you would expect and then some.

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This is a cookbook that came to me at a time when I was having troubles with my relationship with food, and my love of cooking due to the heavy toll living with food allergies was having on me. It takes a magical look at your kitchen and how to make it truly a place you love to be in. Additionally, it promotes a choice that is currently popular: eating with the seasons.
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Joy of Cooking

Every serious cook should have a copy of Joy of Cooking. While it is not as easy to use as Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, it is jam packed with information. Not sure what to cook? There are pages of menus to choose from, each subdivided by event type. Unsure what the different salad greens are all about, just look it. Want to make a homemade stock for a soup, take your pick. Out of an ingredient and not sure what to do, look up substitutions. Want to grow your own herbs, you guessed it, there is a whole section on that as well. As a cookbook lover, this is one cookbook I would not go without, and was my very first cookbook.

Buy Joy of Cooking: 75th Anniversary Edition – 2006

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I have wanted a new, nicer apron for a while, so I looked online, and found bambino amore on etsy. After many months of trying to decide if I wanted to buy an apron from this store or not, I finally decided to. I picked out a skull and roses Aunt Jessie’s style apron and made the order.

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