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Savoring Life, Luscious Cooking for Health and Pleasure

July 15, 11AM-3PM Savoring Life, Luscious Cooking for Health and Pleasure; Hands On Cooking Class with Leslie Cerier; Shutesbury, MASavory Life, Luscious Cooking for Health and Pleasure July 15

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Cacao vs Cocoa Benefits and Flavor

The difference between cacao and cocoa is that cacao is raw; cocoa is roasted. Cocoa is darker than the raw cacao. Some folks think that raw foods have more minerals than cooked cocoa. Cacao and Cocoa are both full of antioxidants and nutrients that positively affect our cardiovascular health and brain power. Undoubtedly, cocoa and cacao are mood enhancing Continue reading

Delicious Hemp Recipes

Roasted Sweet Potatoes/Yams is delciious garnished with hemp seeds with Pecans with Hemp Seeds

Creamy, nutty, versatile hemp seeds is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. Tasty, too! Hemp seeds are loaded with Omega-fatty acids, fiber, protein, and is gluten-free and vegan. For healthy hair, skin, joints, pumping hearts and thinking brains; hemp is a perfect food to eat regularly.

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Women’s Table: Luscious Cooking and Eating for Health and Vitality

October 20–25, 2013 Sunday–Friday; Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Stockbridge, MA

For both men and women.In this hands-on, vegetarian cooking class, gourmet organic chef, teacher, and cookbook author Leslie Cerier presents whole foods that are pleasurable and delicious while also increasing women’s health and vitality.

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10 Gluten-Free Grains for Everyone

Leslie Cerier on TV explaining Gluten-Free Grains for Everyone

Everyone can benefit from eating a wide range of gluten-free whole grains. Gluten-free cooking and baking goes beyond just replacing the few popular gluten grains such as wheat, barley, triticale, and rye in favorite recipes. It is a celebration of the earth’s bounty. There are more whole grains that do not have gluten. More choices, more whole grains and whole grain flours can mix and match with local, seasonal produce for an endless variety of daily meals.