I always love it when I get my Plant Powered Kitchen email from Dreena Burton. She has wonderful recipes, but I think that this one tops them all!
Dreamy Baked Bananas: Get the recipe here http://plantpoweredkitchen.com/recipe-page/?recipe_id=6063991
They are baked in a wonderful combination of nut butter, only 2 T. (I used creamy peanut butter), non-dairy milk, raisins, and spices. Mmmmmm!
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Our sons live across the country now, but my gift to my husband, Bill, was us re-watching the movie, Forks Over Knives.
It was about 3 years ago, when we watched it for the first time. After it was done, my husband turned to me and firmly said, “I’m going vegan. You don’t have to, but I am.” I was filled with trepidation. What would we eat? But I shakily said with a gulp, “If you’re going to, I will to.” Bill now says, that inside, he was so scared that he was silently screaming, “No! No! I didn’t mean it! I was only kidding!” But he never shared that. He said OK. And from that moment on, we never looked back and changed our lives.
We got our copy of Forks Over Knives from the library, but you can watch it for a nominal fee on Netflix and YouTube. Get more info at http://www.forkoverknives.com There you can sign up for free newsletters with recipes, etc.
Show Dad how much you care. Watch the movie with him (and Mom)!
Happy Father’s Day.
If you’re an avid reader of mine, you know that I am a religious Dr. Oz Show watcher. Not having the time to watch during school, where I am a Health Communication major, I came back to 21 episodes taped on my DVR! I am slowly getting through them.
I need to share with you an episode I saw: The guest was Kelly A. Turner, Ph.D. and her book is Radical Remission – the Nine Key Factors That Can Make a Real Difference – Surviving Cancer Against All Odds. www.radicalremission.com.
She found that there were certain people who beat cancer by NOT using conventional medicine. She wondered what the common thread was that ran through all these different people. It was quite intriguing.
I went right to my library and got her book. I’m just in the first chapter, but it is so exciting that I’ve already contacted some acquaintances with cancer to tell them about it. My next stop was to tell you.
Check out this book, and, as usual, I say don’t wait until you have cancer to make the changes!
Oh my gosh, this looks so good! Can’t wait to make this.