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Everyone has that one food they can’t live without. For me, it’s more of a list of critical foods that are essential to my survival. There are just too many delectable foods out there to narrow it to just ONE choice! Unfortunately for most of us, those foods that make it onto the list tend to be sweet or salty treats that don’t exactly fall into one of the essential food groups.Follow the given link to see the recipe.  http://www.homegrownlife.ca/blog//salted-chocolate-rye-cookies  

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Introducing…the best veggie burger EVER. I can make this claim because it actually is the best veggie burger. EVER. Now I am all for a juicy beef or lamb patty topped with all the fixings, but these burgers can compete with the best. I’m not sure how often you order a veggie burger at restaurants, but growing up with two vegetarian sisters over the years, you try your fair share of vegetarian alternatives. Now let me tell you from experience, there are some pretty bad versions out there. I have all but given up on buying veggie burgers because I find them either too bland, too dry or, to be honest, just unsatisfying.

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The flavor of honey really comes through in these little loaves. Another bonus: Honey retains moisture and therefore keeps baked goods from getting dry and stale. If you're not crazy about walnuts, sub in almonds, pecans, or pine nuts—or just omit them. Frozen in a heavy-duty resealable bag, these honeyed loaves will taste fresh-baked for up to 3 months. WORK TIME: 20 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes + cooling time

SERVINGS: 16 (4 mini loaves, each serves 4) 1 c whole-wheat flour
1 c all-purpose flour

2 tsp baking powder
½ tsp baking soda

½ tsp ground cinnamon

½ tsp ground ginger

⅛ tsp salt

2 large eggs
¼ c brown sugar

1 c...

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