Exercising Foodies

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Cat Naps

I take a nap every single day. What? A nap. Every day? There is no way I’d have time for that, and my boss would be upset if she/he caught me napping, you might...

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Ceviche a la Tofu

Extra firm tofu Cilantro Lemon Red onion Garlic Olive oil Peanut oil (for frying)   Slice the tofu block into thick rectangular pieces and fry on high in peanut oil. While the tofu is...

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Foodgasmic Penne

Did you read about the visit to the Italian restaurant that my husband and I went to last year? The one where Sergio recommended a bit of honey on my gorgonzola pizza, remember?  http://exercisingfoodies.com/2018/02/03/pizza-for-foodies/...

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Thai Chickpeas with Seitan and Peanuts

  I’m excited. This is a dish I just thought of today and it turned out great. Really delicious. Chickpeas Seitan Peanuts Baby Spinach Tomato Sauce Vegetable Bouillon Coconut Milk Water Chili Powder Jalapeno...

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Food Guilt

It’s the end of December, a month full of angst. This is a bit of a rant. Food Guilt is what some people feel if they eat something that they think has too many...

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Helen’s Yule Chocolates

These are super easy and fun to make. There is one important rule though. Bowl licking is a must. Just imagine the horror if the melted chocolate would suddenly taste bad! It happens so...

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Festive Spinach Tortellini

Added fixings make this simple dish absolutely delicious. Fresh Spinach Tortellini Field Roast Chipotle Grain Sausage (very spicy) Roasted Garlic Cloves (I buy mine from Whole Foods) Roasted Corn Green Peas Brie Extra Virgin...

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Hills

I have a confession to make. I’ve been on a long hill-hiatus. I can’t tell you why I stopped, but I was feeling very lazy about hills for about a year or so and...