Monthly Archives: March 2012

Better Diet… for Kiera?

While Kiera may only be a dog (and a very silly one at that), she is an integral part of this little family. True, she spends large amounts of time attempting to consume guinea pig poop, cat poop, and kitchen … Continue reading

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End of Diet Challenge

Today is officially the last day of the vegetarian diet challenge (previously the vegan, or “plant-based” diet challenge). Once we switched to vegetarian, this was not a problem for me, and the end of March marks 3 months of vegetarianism … Continue reading

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Goals

This post is all about our goals – what we’ve accomplished so far on our path, and what we hope to accomplish in the future. What We’ve Done So Far: – Started composting! – Started a garden (Meyer lemons, avocados, … Continue reading

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Path to Freedom

I’m obsessed. Absolutely, totally, 100% in love with this wonderful website: urbanhomestead.org and the family that runs it. I mentioned previously that the more we accomplish and work towards, the more we keep seeing how interrelated all of our goals … Continue reading

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Waste Not, Want Not

Sean and I have been juggling a lot of different goals these past few months, and yet we keep coming to the conclusion that they are all inter-related. When we do better with eating and cooking, we find we’re also … Continue reading

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Updates

A lot has been going on here lately, good and bad. I’ll start with the bad and get it out of the way. Vegan Diet I’m sorry. I know there were a lot of you out there rooting for us … Continue reading

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Surprise!

Fridge Garlic Sprouts When we went to make quinoa patties a couple of days ago, we found that of the three bulbs of garlic in our fridge, all but three cloves were sprouting! Surprise! Instead of tossing them, or chopping … Continue reading

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