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Baked Trout

By Cat, Dec 5, 2018 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) During the winter it is hard to find fresh wild-caught fish like salmon, so I sometimes cook a fresh trout such as rainbow or steelhead. Unfortunately these are usually farm … Continue reading

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Caesar Dressing with Commercial Avo-Mayo

By Catherine Haug, July 6, 2018 (source of image, right, has been lost) I have long avoided commercial mayo because they use soy, corn and/or canola oil, none of which a healthy (the high-pressure process to separate the oil from … Continue reading

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Ginger Expectorant, Cough Syrup, Decongestant Recipes

By Cat, June 3, 2018 (Image, right, from Lisa’s Project Blog (2)) Expectorants and decongestants help us get rid of respiratory debris from the action of our immune system against seasonal allergies, colds and flu viruses, etc.; they aid in clearance … Continue reading

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Lemon Blueberry Dutch Baby

By Cat, Mar 25, 2018 (photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) I used to have Apple Dutch Baby at a small restaurant on the 2nd floor of Portland’s Galleria building, back in “the day” (1980s), but I’ve since forgot about that … Continue reading

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Echinacea & Ginger Tea

By Cat, Feb 2018 (image, right, from from Lisa’s Project Vegan blog (6) It’s cold and flu season here in wintry Montana. “Some common symptoms of flu include high temperature, cold shivers, fatigue, and body pains.” (5)  It is best to … Continue reading

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Lacto-Fermented Orange or other Citrus

by Cat, Nov-Dec 2017 (All photos by Cat) Fermentation is an ancient process that goes back to early Biblical times. It preserves and augments the nutritional elements of the preserved food. It is recommended to eat 1 – 2 bits … Continue reading

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Mediterranean-Style Harissa-Spiced Cod with Polenta, with Fennel-Orange Salad

by Cat, October 2017 (photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) As a person of Scandinavian descent, I love cod (and lutefisk made from cod). My usual way to prepare this fish is to bake it with butter, dill, salt and pepper … Continue reading

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Sage or Thyme Tea

by Cat, Oct 2017 (photo by Cat) Sage, or sage and thyme mix, in a warm tea is also healing for a sore throat, as both herbs have antimicrobial properties. I add ⅛ – ¼ tsp unrefined sea salt  if treating … Continue reading

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Baked Cod or Salmon With Capers and Olives

By Cat, April 27, 2017 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) I love using capers and olives for flavor and texture, and fish is my favorite meat, and this recipe includes all of these! The original recipe includes a long list … Continue reading

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Marinated Olives and Feta, Greek-Style

By Cat, April 27, 2017 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) I absolutely LOVE Greek food; I think I was a Greek in a previous life. One of the things I like most, is that much of the meal is a … Continue reading

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