SPINACH MUFFINS for Picky Eaters

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These spinach muffins are soft, bouncy, and delicious. They do not taste too spinachy, and everybody loved them at my house including the little ones. SPINACH MUFFINS Ingredients: 2 cups of Flour (Sprouted Spelt Flour or Organic All-purpose Flour) 1 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder 2 teaspoons of Cream of Tartar…

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LIVER PANCAKES – soft, tender, and delicious!

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Liver pancakes is a great way to feed picky eaters who refuse the liver in other forms. I have a recipe for perfect liver and onions, which I’ve been using for a few years (which is in my blog also). However, today I wanted to experiment by making something different.…

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KOREAN CUCUMBER SALAD recipe

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This Korean cucumber salad recipe is delicious both when freshly made or fermented. It slightly ferments after a few days. I like when this cucumber salad is fermented after staying in the fridge for a week. It might not be a real Korean salad, it’s more like a Russian-Korean salad.…

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BLUEBERRY COFFEE CAKE – Sugar-Free Date Cake

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If you are trying to avoid refined sugar in your baking, then this sugar-free date cake recipe is for you. This blueberry coffee cake contains no sugar and it’s sweetened by dates only. If you are using the frosting, then you will be using dates and honey as a sweetener…

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BEST BAKED CHICKEN BREAST (Melts in your mouth!)

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Don’t like chicken breast? You will love it after you try this best baked chicken breast recipe. This baked chicken breast turns out super soft, tender and very fragrant. BEST BAKED CHICKEN BREAST Ingredients for soaking:  2 Chicken breasts (about 400 gr) Filtered water – 2 cups Celtic Sea Salt…

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Korean Spinach Salad Recipe

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This delicious Korean spinach salad is one of my favorites! You can pair it with any foods you like. Spinach needs to be slightly cooked because it contains high levels of oxalates. Oxalates may contribute to kidney stones. Heat destroys oxalates and this is why I slightly cook the spinach before…

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