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Month: October 2015

Pumpkin butter on toast.

Pumpkin Butter: A Sweet Finale

Happy Friday! At last, my pumpkin extravaganza is drawing to an end. How better to celebrate this event than with homemade pumpkin butter? Oh She Glows is a DELIGHTFUL vegan website I’ve utilised over the years. She had a pumpkin butter recipe I wanted to try my own take on. (See her version at her website…
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Pumpkin and Kale Sauté.

Pumpkin and Kale Sauté

One would think I’d be getting tired of cooking and eating pumpkin this week. Fortunately for me that isn’t the case! I’d been excited about the idea of this sauté once I planned to do something other than cooking with puree. The recipe is a twist on a sweet potato dish from Sun Basket. Ingredients 1 small sugar…
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Pumpkin curry soup with toasted pumpkin seeds.

Homemade Pumpkin Curry Soup

This week has been all about my affair with pumpkins. I’d rather eat them then carve them! Once I had the puree and seeds prepared, it was time to harness them for delicious eating enjoyment. I scoured the internet for recipes for pumpkin soup, ultimately devising my own take on a pumpkin curry soup. This recipe is…
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Salted and curried pumpkin seeds.

Sure Fire Ways to Fall in Love with Pumpkin: Getting Seedy

Yesterday I posted how to make your own pumpkin puree, and was left with two cups of delicious seeds. I split them in half, wanting some plain salted seeds for garnish and another batch of seasoned seeds for snacking. The first half I allowed to dry before salting and roasting. Once dry, I tossed them with…
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Whole sugar pie pumpkins

Sure Fire Ways to Fall in Love with Pumpkin: Day 1

If you give me a choice between sweet potato and pumpkin, I’ll choose sweet potatoes any day. They’re easy to prepare and every bit as versatile as a pumpkin. Pumpkins, on the other hand, take sharp knives, leverage, and application of the muscle you’ve been building in the gym. Nutritionally speaking, they’re loaded with beta-carotene,…
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The Truth About Exercise Frequency: Is More Better?

One of the most common questions I’m asked is, “How often should I workout?” My first response is always, “What are you trying to accomplish?” What you’re trying to do ultimately impacts frequency. According to the American Heart Association, for basic cardiovascular health, standards call for 150 minutes of moderate intensity movement. (75 if your intensity is…
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The picture in question: flailing my way through situps in early 2004.

The Remarkable Paradox: Ashamed About Being Called “Brave”

I posted a picture for Throwback Thursday a couple of weeks ago, and found myself confused by my negative reactions to some of the comments it received. (Even though they were universally positive.) “You are so brave and such an inspiration” “awesome! so brave to open yourself up and such a great release to know you’re…
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Plank It Up, Baby: The Essential Need for a Strong Core

Crunches, planking – what’s the big deal? They do the same thing for the most part, don’t they? Nope. The knowledge and science of physical fitness has changed dramatically over the years. We have learned more about our bodies, and what is best for them. One of the most interesting and beneficial “discoveries” is that…
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