Coconut Milk Whipped Cream

This one's easy and dairy-free! Ingredients: 1 can organic full fat* coconut milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract sweetener** (maple syrup, honey, stevia, or organic raw sugar) to taste Directions: Put can of coconut milk in the refrigerator overnight. A few hours won't do if you want really creamy whipped cream. Open can and carefully scoop …

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Beer Jelly Carmalized Onions

Carmalized onions are great for everything, burgers, salads, dips....the possibilities are endless. Now, add some Potlicker Kitchen Beer Jelly and take your onions to the next level! (serves 1 onion lover) 1 large onion, sliced into 1/8" to 1/4" rings 1 Tablespoon Potlicker Kitchen Beer or Wine Jelly Salt and pepper to taste Heat a …

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Gluten Free & Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

These traditional holiday chocolate chip cookies are made without dairy or gluten, using Miyoko's butter which is made from plants! Miyoko's butter spreads and melts like butter on veggies and baked potatoes and the taste is, well, like butter! You can find Miyoko's butter along with their vegan cream cheese and cheese wheels in our cooler. …

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What is B12 Deficiency/PA, Symptoms and Treatment

A healing journey pt. 2 B12 deficiency is insidious. The symptoms are random and slow to develop. My once strong teeth had been crumbling, my hair was falling out in clumps, I suffered from fatigue, loss of memory, aphasia, tingling and numbness in my hands and feet, random shooting pains and the feeling that water …

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Co-Factors

From the files of the Pernicious Anaemia and B12 Deficiency-Support Group (used by permission) CO-FACTOR - FOLATE 2. Folate levels must be checked when diagnosed. If you are low in folate, B12 cannot convert, resulting in the B12 injection being useless. If you are deficient, your doctor will prescribe 5mg folic acid usually for a …

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B12 Deficiency/Pernicious Anemia Awareness

A Healing Journey pt. 1 Some things just sneak up on you.  Little things that you don't pay attention to because they don't really interfere with your day or they come and go. You're a little more tired than usual. Your legs feel a little weak. Take some minerals, get some sleep, work out a …

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Fighting 5G Wireless

California is Fighting 50,000 New 5G Cell Towers Linked to Cancer Risk. Bills in THESE States Will Permit Their Installation in YOUR Backyard. Modern technology brings new health hazards with many of its innovations. Chasing the next big thing, it often comes out before it is properly studied, and any health concerns are swept under …

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Life on Benzos & More – A Healing Journey (Part V)

Please follow my posts as I continue on with my healing journey. If you care, please share to help raise awareness of the potential dangers of benzodiazepines and more.  October 2016, 9:30 am The phone rings. A voice I don't recognize says "Pam?" Yes? I say, still not sure who I'm talking to. "I’m at the hospital" …

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Fragrances; They can’t be toxic, right?

Fragrances are in perfume, cologne, body lotion, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, candles, cosmetics, laundry detergent, dryer sheets, clothing, drapes, blankets, mattresses, bed sheets, pet products, carpets, that new car smell...well, you get the picture. They all smell great, right? But they really "stink". They stink with deception. Almost all these lovely scents are man-made synthetic chemicals …

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May is Celiac Awareness Month

Does Gluten Just Bother Those With Celiac? No Way! Did you know that you can be intolerant or sensitive to gluten too? It's not just a problem for those with celiac. "I'm fine with gluten". You think so? Let's have a little Q&A session. Q) First, do you know what gluten is? A) Gluten is …

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