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Join us at the
21st Annual Dog-A-Thon
July 23rd at Fort Steilacoom Park,
Tacoma-Pierce County’s annual
walk for homeless pets!
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a note from
If you read this column you know I am a big fan
of canines. I do love dogs! Would you believe I
don’t even have one? I’ve always felt I’m away
from home too much to keep a dog. I do have
three “grand dogs” I get to see now and then,
and in between I love to read about them. My
latest find is Inside of a Dog by Alexandra Horowitz.
Since reading it I’ve found many others who remark
on how much they enjoyed it, too.
The book is not an “easy read” but it’s very educational about what dogs see, smell and understand.
For instance, “The dog observes us, thinks about us, knows us. Do they then have some special
knowledge about us, born of their attention to us and to our attention? They do!” Apparently they table of contents
know things about us we don’t know ourselves. We are recognizable by our smell, our looks, how
we move, and by our behavior.
The author of this great book has a dog of her own, Pumpernickel (Pump for short), whose actions 2 A Note from Marlene
and antics are woven into the book. She shows how Pump, and probably your dog, too, can
manipulate you for attention. It makes you realize how their minds work.
3 From the Editor’s Desk
This book teaches you about the colors dogs can and can’t see, how they can be aware of their
owner’s health, truthfulness, even their relationships. The author compares wolves and dogs at 4-5 Take 5: Five Ideas for
times – for instance, a wolf will try and try to get into a container for a bit of food until he succeeds,
while a dog tries until it appears too difficult and then looks around for a human to assist him, and Summer Picnics
then begins a variety of attention getting behaviors until the person relents and helps.
The author gives a lot of space to the dog’s marvelous sense of smell. I also enjoyed her discussion
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of learning a lot about a dog by how he carries his head and his tail. Spectrum Health
I could go on and on. Perhaps you can find the book yourself and have a better summer with your
four-legged friend just by knowing some of the things in this book. Whatever you do, be kind and 7 Himalayan Salt for Inner
understanding with your pet and give him or her your time as generously as you can. If you want and Outter Health
a dog after reading this, remember all those at the shelter that need homes. Adopt one for me, too.
Oh, and visit our booth at the Pierce County Humane Society Dog-a-Thon on Saturday, July 23, 8 Natural Treatment for
9 am – 2 pm at Steilacoom Park. It’s a fun day centered around our special friends.
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Herbalist Jovial King and naturopath Guido Masè, ND joined us recently
from Vermont to talk about Urban Moonshine, the niche line of herbal
bitters they make by hand with great love and care. Many of us were re-
invigorated by King, a wilderness-loving earth mother clearly in love with
her babies, and Masè, a dreadlocked professional in suit and tie, and their
heartfelt message of helping humanity reconnect and live in closer harmony
with the “greenworld”. It’s such an honor to know that through our work
at Marlene’s we get to help foster and promote that same message. It thrills
us when we’re able to help you reconnect with the awesome living gifts of
Nature – culinary, nutritional, medicinal, aesthetic.
While they talked about learning to I’d never eaten a dandelion flower
identify wild plants and prepare them before but it was easy and made me
as medicinal foods, I kept thinking back smile as I chewed. We both agreed
to a meal I’d had the week before at the meal’s best component was the
my friend Patricia’s home. I always look fermented salad - not too tangy with
forward to these invitations. A longtime just the right blend of sweet organic
Waldorf educator who’s lived all over carrot and raw ginger. I also loved
the world, Patricia never fails to surprise knowing the good dose of friendly
me with some variation on Chinese duck flora it contained would help keep the
soup or Indian rice and lentils. Last week peace in my colon.
she invited me to come early to pick As for the dandelion tea… even with
nettles. This was my second foray into a generous portion of almond milk,
her nettle patch, so I knew to show up dear readers, I had trouble getting it
covered well – no stinging arms or legs down. At least at first. Talk about bitter!
for me! I was dispatched with scissors Yet… within a few minutes of my first
and steel bowl and told to return when sip I noticed I wanted another … then
I’d gathered plenty. another… until I’d finished most of the
An hour later we were feasting on cup. As I struggled with the last few
cold roast chicken served over fresh swallows, Patricia reminded me her
dandelion greens and flower heads, a recipe could be modified to include
side of lightly steamed nettles, and the chicory, dried date pieces, more honey
pièce de résistance - cultured ginger or best of all, whatever’s coming up in
carrot salad Patricia had fermented the the yard or garden that week.
week before. We ended our repast with It will be early July when you read
dandelion tea and almond milk with wild this and by then other plants, with
local honey. other and properties and gifts, will be
How did it all go down? Wonderfully, for in season. I hope you’ll make time
the most part. Steamed nettles, it turns regularly this summer to relax deeply
out, are very mild in flavor and have into the greenworld – and bring some
a delicate, spongy texture when lightly of it back with you into your kitchen.
steamed. Deep green and full of bio-
available silica, I was happy knowing
my hair, skin, nails, bones and teeth Only the unfurled “fiddleheads” of ostrich ferns
would benefit. The raw dandelion greens are considered edible so be sure you’ve correctly
were quite bitter to my taste buds (truth identified your plant before consuming! If you’re
be told I could not finish them), but sure you’ve got ostrich ferns, simply harvest and
Lori Lively is Education Director
Patricia’s vinaigrette dressing (homemade, at Marlene’s Market & Deli stores
wash the unopened leaves, steam them lightly,
of course) and the sweetness of the beets and Editor of Sound Outlook and serve with a bit of butter and salt.
she added helped offset their intensity. magazine.
take 5 for summer
By Debra Daniels-Zeller
Picnics can be magical. They tease our
sense of adventure, satisfy our hunger for
novelty, quench our thirst for community,
and best of all they help connect us to the
earth. These outdoor feasts don’t have to be
fussy or complicated. Sometimes the most
memorable outdoor meals seem more like
second thoughts than planned events.
The first picnic of every season brings back memories of a picnic that changed my life. On a summer road trip decades ago,
my sister and I stopped at picnic area along the Rogue River in southern Oregon. After we ate sandwiches and soda and a
basket of fresh blueberries, bought in Medford, I soaked in the sun and inhaled the aroma of pine trees. As the river rushed by,
I daydreamed about living in the Northwest. A few years later, I packed my bags and moved to Bellingham.
Not all picnics have to be life changing, but they do include a feast, whether humble or elaborate. It’s been that way since
Hunting parties ended with a picnic feast during the Middle Ages, and country banquets gained popularity among the wealthy
during the Renaissance. In Victorian times, garden party picnics became trendy when authors like Jane Austen and Charles
Dickens wrote about them in them in their novels. The word picnic can be traced back to 1748, according to the Oxford
English Dictionary, but some sources indicate picnics were already popular in France, Germany and Sweden. These early
picnics were more formal and included chairs, tables, fine linen and tablecloths. Servants passed plates of food that took hours
or even days to prepare.
One of the prominent features of picnics 100 years ago was the bring-your-own-dish or potluck. Today picnics are casual affairs,
whether planned or spur-of-the-moment.
Here are five ideas to make your picnic memorable:
Let the food be as simple as possible.
Summer picnics are all about being outdoors,
Make a list of picnic essentials or create a picnic connecting with the earth. Raw fruits and
kit. Designate a basket or box (humble or fancy) vegetables put together in easy ways add
for your essentials. Here are a few things to pizzazz and make eating fun. Try sliced
include: avocado in fresh tomato salsa; or toss a salad
• Cutlery of thinly sliced cabbage and shredded carrots with berry
• Plates, bowls, cups vinaigrette. Puree strawberries, apricots or peaches with a
• Tongs little hazelnut butter and lemon and gently mix with fresh
• Sharp knife, long fork, serving spoons berries.
• Corkscrew (for wine)
• Condiments (salt, pepper, mayo, mustard, relish, Think beyond potato salad and baked beans.
catsup, and salsa) A salad bowl is a blank palette waiting to be
• Foil or covered containers for leftovers painted. Think grains, beans, and vegetables
• Table cloth or blanket paired with condiments, flavored vinegars and
• Stove or grill other treasures from your pantry. Sundried
tomatoes, kalamata olives, pickled peppers
One of my friends also brings a collapsible table and fold-up or green beans can tweak favorite recipes or create new
Quinoa, Corn and
picnics Roasted Pepper Salad
Roasted peppers, corn and pecans define this delicious whole meal
salad. Be sure to add the pecans just before serving. Easy to
picnic treasures. Toasted nuts, make, pack, and serve, this has been one of my favorite picnic
diced celery or water chestnuts salads for years.
add crunch or texture, and don’t
forget shredded carrots, red 2 red peppers
currants, or diced peppers to add 1 3/4 cup water
inviting colors. 1 cup quinoa
1 cup corn, fresh or frozen
Get creative 3 Tbs balsamic vinegar
with sandwiches, the staple of many picnics. 1 tsp garlic aioli spread or
Consider alternatives beyond the usual rolls and mayonnaise
sliced bread. For example, try tortilla pinwheels 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
and wraps, Thai vegetable lettuce wraps, or 2 to 3 cloves garlic, pressed
pita pockets stuffed with hummus or bean spreads. I like 1/2 cup chopped kalamata olives
the surprise of a spicy black bean pate, carrot hummus, tofu- 1/2 cup sliced green onions
based spreads, grilled eggplant, or even ratatouille with goat 1/2 cup minced parsley
cheese inside tortilla wraps. My must-haves for sandwiches Salt and pepper to taste
include pickles and peppers, so whatever you decide, make 1/2 cup toasted chopped pecans
it your own. (Hint: Sometimes it’s easier if you pack the filling and bread
separately and make them just before serving.)
• Roast the red peppers in a 350° F. oven for
about 45 minutes or until the outsides are
Make dessert fun and healthy. Fresh fruit is
blackened. Remove from oven and place in
always a treat but for something different, why
a paper bag until cool. Peel blackend skin
not add sorbet to a cold thermos, then pour
away, remove seeds and cut into strips.
the slushy mixture over berries and angel
food cake. Slice pound cake and make fresh • Heat water in a medium saucepan over
fruit sandwiches at the picnic. Sprinkle a little medium heat until it boils. Add quinoa
lavender sugar and splash some sweet raspberry wine over and corn, cover and bring to a second boil.
berries. Stir and put them in the ice chest; then spoon the Then reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes
berries over sweet biscuits. For another option, mash ripe or until quinoa has absorbed all the water
berries, apricots or peaches into yogurt and blend in a pinch and is fluffy.
of lavender or chopped spearmint. • While quinoa cooks combine balsamic
vinegar, aioli spread and olive oil. When
For 101 inspired quick and easy picnic recipes check out quinoa has cooled, blend dressing, olives,
Mark Bittman’s article in the New York Times (www.nytimes. onions and parsley into the quinoa. Add
com/2008/07/02/dining/02mini.html). Who knew cold pizza salt and pepper to taste. Just before serving
with lemon squeezed over it could be delicious picnic fare? blend in the pecans.
Get out your basket, pack your food and go forth and enjoy
Who knows, your picnic might just be life changing.
Debra Daniels-Zeller is author of The Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook: 200 Recipes That Celebrate the Flavors
of Oregon and Washington (Timber Press, 2010). She is a regular contributor to Vegetarian Journal magazine
and writes a delightful food blog at http://foodconnections.blogspot.com. She can be reached at (425) 776-4689.
for full spectrum health
Minerals are the building blocks of the body and their full-spectrum presence daily is critical for
the optimum functioning of every physiological activity. Did you know our bodies do not produce
minerals? They must be ingested from an outside source – continuously - to maintain life and health.
People who are aware of this the 90+ minerals and trace elements that more difficult for the body to break
physiological need may increase their supported the first cells of life, something down and reabsorb. Land minerals
intake of mineral-rich foods; however, it continues to do two billion years later. also are not naturally ionic, which
even if one is eating enormous amounts Interestingly, human blood chemistry inhibits their absorption. Inland sea
of high quality, organic food, it is still closely matches the mineral chemistry of and mined minerals can lack potency
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vitamins and minerals, the truth is that feeling an increase in energy, cleansing that earth minerals lack the balance of
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There’s a big difference between the Khokhar, Bart Burger, CEO of Aloha reveals that it contains a large number
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are added. Then, to mask the bitter
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chemicals are added. your body
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and cooking can easily be replaced with body’s cells, particularly your brain
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to eliminate synthetics from our diet and
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Don’t let chronic bladder infections keep you from
enjoying your life – try Dr. Hudson’s advice instead!
for bladder infections
Ten to twenty percent of all women
have some kind of urinary discomfort
or infection at least once a year. A
narrow spectrum of microbes is
responsible for the infections in young
women with acute uncomplicated
cystitis and Escherichia coli (E. coli)
causing the infection 80 % of the time. cranberry juice are effective in women
Postmenopausal women may also with active urinary tract infections.
have frequent re-infections which are Recent studies have shown that
often due to residual urine retention components in cranberry juice reduce
after voiding, or to the lack of estrogen the ability of E. coli to adhere to the
causing marked changes in the vaginal lining of the bladder and urethra.
microflora. Symptoms of uncomplicated One useful herb for bladder infection
cystitis include painful and frequent is uva ursi. The antiseptic, antibacterial
urination, the urge to urinate even and astringent activity of uva ursi is
though the bladder may be nearly empty, largely due to its arbutin content. It
and pressure and pain in the pelvic area. also has diuretic properties. Uva ursi
For most bladder infections, a natural has been used with recurrent bladder
approach is usually effective and the infections and was shown to be effective
infection resolves quickly without in a double-blind study of 57 women.
recurrence or complications. The Pipsissewa, a Native remedy of the urinary tract infections (UTIs). Lactobacilli
primary goals of a natural therapeutics Pacific Northwest, is a traditional remedy species dominate the vaginal and urinary
approach are to: for urinary infections, also containing tract of healthy premenopausal women.
arbutin. Women who have recurring UTIs have an
• enhance the individual’s internal
defenses against the infection by Oregon grape root is a rich source imbalance of their flora. If we can restore
providing immune support of one of the most significant plant the flora, we can move toward preventing
based antibacterial active constituents, the infection-causing organisms from
•restore vaginal microflora, enhancing the berberine. Berberine is effective against dominating.
flow of urine many bacteria and is also able to fight D-mannose is a naturally occurring simple
• promote a proper pH infections by inhibiting the bacteria from sugar contained in cranberry juice that is
• prevent bacteria from adhering to the adhering to the host cell. helpful in treatment of UTIs. D-mannose
bladder epithelium. Other mucilage herbs are traditionally adheres to the bladder epithelium
known to be soothing to the irritated interfering with the ability of the E. coli to
Increasing the urinary flow is easily
uroepithelium, including corn silk, adhere, and cause infection.
accomplished by increasing the quantity
of liquids. Water and herbal teas related marshmallow root and plantain leaf. With assertive supplementation using the
to the treatment goals are the most Additional antimicrobial herbs for the ingredients and concepts discussed in this
logical choices. A total of 64 ounces per bladder include buchu, myrrh, propolis article, common bladder infections are
day is the common recommendation. and juniper berry. Dandelion leaf, usually resolved with self treatment.
buchu and parsley root have diuretic
No natural approach to cystitis would be Dr. Hudson is a national lecturer, author,
effects and increase the flow of urine to
complete without mention of cranberry. educator and researcher. She has over 26 years
help flush the bacteria.
Women have used cranberry juice as of experience and expertise in women’s health
a home remedy for decades. Several The use of probiotics (especially utilizing nutrition, nutraceutics, herbs, natural
lactobacilli) are commonly used hormones and other therapies to treat all
studies have shown that cranberries and
by alternative providers to prevent gynecological and primary care conditions.
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july speakers & classes
Inside the Women’s Lifestyle Retreat at Harmony Hill
with Cathy Rogers, ND
Sat., July 9
12:30-2:30 pm, FREE
Sometimes the simplest changes to our thoughts and actions create
the most lasting changes. And even though we know better, by Multidisciplinary Management of
not taking time for rest and renewal we invite dis-ease, fatigue, Migraines
uncomfortable physical symptoms and jagged life rhythms that leave us unable to with Dr. Kathleen Drake, DC,
Dr. Sarah Skolout, ND,
cope with everyday challenges. In this new lunchtime workshop, Dr. Cathy Rogers,
Merianne Jordan, PT, and
naturopathic physician and former dean of Bastyr University, addresses the issue of
Candance Burnikel, L.Ac
effective, lasting self-care when she shares tips and techniques from The Women’s
Thurs., July 14
Lifestyle Change Retreat, the popular five day workshop she facilitates quarterly at 7 pm, FREE
Harmony Hill in Union, Washington. Grab soup and salad in our deli or bring a sack Federal Way
lunch and join us for a look at dry skin brushing, healing water rituals, lymphatic Migraines are a unique type of headache
massage, food and dining suggestions and other ways to create more time for health requiring unique treatment. Successful
and joy in your life. Read more on page 18. management often involves multiple
approaches. Diet, hormones, posture,
spinal alignment, organ health, and
Six Toxic Home Practices and How to Avoid Them stress levels can all contribute to
with Denise Frakes migraines. Learn how multidisciplinary
Tue., July 12 care, including Atlas Orthogonal
7 pm, FREE Chiropractic, naturopathic medicine,
acupuncture, physical therapy, visceral
Headaches, asthma, fatigue…did you know your home may be
manipulation, and CranioSacral therapy
contributing to your health symptoms? A healthy home is essential not
can prevent and reduce the severity
just for the sake of cleanliness but also for the prevention of illness.
of migraines. Take advantage of this
You’ll hear about six main culprits of a toxic home and learn simple but effective
opportunity to examine migraines with
ways to minimize your family’s exposure to chemical cleansing agents. Denise Frakes
members of Federal Way’s Natural
is a Master Home Environmentalist Volunteer from the American Lung Association.
Health Center and hear from each on
She is also a certified renovator and co-owner of Blue Sky Services. She has been
their most successful treatment options.
researching, experimenting, and writing about the joys of residue-free homes for the
chemically sensitive. Bring questions about your own home and let Denise help you
reclaim the health and happiness of your home. All attendees will receive a free gift
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Gluten-Free, Dairy Free Superfood Desserts
Summer Picnic Foods with Julia Corbett
with Robin Crout Sat., July 23
Sat., July 16 1 – 3:30 pm, $30
11 am - 2:30 pm, $30 Federal Way
Federal Way Join Julia Corbett, author
Gluten-free and dairy-free of Sweet & Raw Pie
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lineup of GFDF summer dishes that will superfoods and wild
please your whole family. Robin will foods along with
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SUMMER FRUIT SOUND OUTLOOK
TRIFLE by Melina Eshinski
S ummer baking at its best
means fresh, seasonal fruit.
Although summer here in
the Paciﬁc Northwest is not
always dependable, a delicious
Summer Fresh Triﬂe helps me
think of sunshine.
Triﬂes are a great dessert
to make just to your liking.
Traditionally, the triﬂe is a
layered dessert of cake or
cookies, ﬂavored liquor, fruit,
custard and whipped
cream. They are usually
served in a large, clear
bowl, or other container so
that the layers are shown.
Today you can do just
about anything. Here I will
show you how to make
single serving Summer
Fruit Triﬂes that will
inspire you to come up with your own
1 angel food cake or pound cake
1 cup fresh organic strawberries
1 cup fresh organic raspberries
1/4 cup + 2 Tbs organic cane sugar
2 tsp fresh organic lemon juice
2/3 cup mascarpone cheese
1 cup heavy whipping cream
1 tsp vanilla extract
•Dice the cake into small cubes about 1/2 cup per serving.
Separate into 8 equal portions.
•Make the filling by mixing together the mascarpone, cream,
vanilla, and 2 Tbs of sugar.
•Wash, dry and hull the strawberries, then slice in thick pieces.
Wash and gently dry the raspberries. Toss the fruits together with
the 1/4 cup of sugar and lemon juice. Set aside some fruit for
•Use 4 clear drinking glasses that can hold 1 1/2 cup each.
Assemble by layering cake, fruit, cream, in this order, and repeat.
Then garnish with reserved fruit.
•Refrigerate for at least 4 hours before serving to help combine
flavors. These can be made 2 days ahead.
Recipe by Melina Eshinski, Baker, Federal Way. Graduated from Pastry Specialty Baking
in Seattle, Melina has worked for Marlene’s Market & Deli for 3 years.
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As the program manager at Harmony Hill Retreat Center, I work on a daily basis with issues related to health,
disease and a holistic approach to life. Having the knowledge and resources doesn’t always translate to
taking action, however. I recognized the irony of working at a retreat center and bringing healing programs to
individuals, while I was consistently stressed out and unconsciously going through my busy day without taking the
time I needed for reflection and self care.
Harmon Hill was already well known
for its cancer program, but both I and
With mugs of hot tea around a
director Gretchen Schodde felt it was
fire in their pajamas, members of
important to balance that with programs
a recent Lifestyle Change Retreat
that offering support for individuals
glow. Harmony Hill founder
trying to improve their habits and
Gretchen Schodde is third from
lifestyles. We piloted our first Lifestyle
left and Cindy Shank, Program
Change Retreat for Women in January
Manager, is fourth from left.
2010, facilitated by naturopathic
physicians Cathy Rogers and Rosemary
Wood, as well as a team of amazing
women who had recently graduated
or who were graduating soon from a when they are prepared simply with other women, all of whom are going
naturopathic college. healthy fats and seasonings, even for through their own life challenges. With
So when I decided to delve into the breakfast! Cathy’s skilled facilitation, the process
Lifestyle Change retreat myself, it was The evening spa times were my favorite culminated in several breakthroughs and
not only for personal reasons but part of the day. The Great Hall was by the second day I truly felt connected
also so I could authentically share my transformed into an exotic and beautiful to each and every woman there.
experience with others interested in spa, with dry brushing by the fireplace, Looking back at my experience, I would
attending future retreats. In January steam baths, contrast showers and salt have to say it reminded me of the
of this year I immersed myself in five scrubs, all assisted with unconditional wonderful sense of community I felt
incredible days of physical, emotional love and nurturing by Cathy and her as a young girl at Girl Scout camp, the
and spiritual healing with a fabulous team. After our spa treatments, we first time I really experienced, outside
group of women who were also there to would sit around in our robes for an my immediate family, feeling connected,
learn how to better care for themselves. herbal footbath and a cup of tea while enlivened and energized by being with
Our daily schedule included movement we enjoyed each other’s company – such other human beings. I would have
and stretching each morning, group time delicious decadence! We were also stayed at camp forever if I could have,
with a facilitator, nurturing and luxurious treated to an herbal neutral bath and full and I have to admit that leaving the Hill
spa nights, and a whole foods/cleansing body massage during our time at the after this truly transformative retreat, I
diet with supportive supplements and retreat. felt very much the same way.
detoxification tea. I was surprised to Most importantly, I experienced what
learn how delicious vegetables can taste it’s like to be nurtured and supported by
The Lifestyle Change Retreat for Women
August 15-19, 2011 or February 17-21, 2012
To register for this or any program at Harmony Hill,
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At Harmony Hill, located in Union, WA overlooking Hood Canal and the Olympic
Mountains, our mission is to transform the lives of those affected by cancer and to inspire
healthy living for all. The heart of our mission is our transformational cancer program,
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School starts soon and now is the time to implement the habits that will keep your family
healthy and on track all year long. At least two weeks before school, be sure you’re
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chocolate... food of the gods
In March Marlene’s hosted an evening with raw food advocates David Wolfe and Robin
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wonderful raw chocolate. Read on to learn more...
What makes Sacred Chocolate® mushroom varieties that work together
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David and Steve spent years studying Marlene’s does not yet stock all flavors,
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Did you know your mouth can be home to 50 billion
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Local raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, and strawberries
are the pinnacle of summer time perfection. The flavors of these
backyard beauties surpass any imported or shipped variety, with
sugars so ripe and delicate they nearly preserve themselves within
hours of picking. Here at Marlene’s we are lucky enough to get
a few superb varieties of fresh berries from local farms like Terrie’s
Berries and Little Earth Farms.
Such ripe, precious gems hardly warrant anything besides popping
them continuously into one’s mouth until only stained fingertips
remain as evidence. However, I find if I do wish to concoct a recipe,
I want it to be simple and above all, highlight a food’s deliciousness.
This recipe is just that and can be made with any one of the berries
from any of your favorite local summertime brambles. They’re also
a great treat to bring to potlucks and picnics.
Strawberries have a high water content and don’t Christie Mae Qualey works in the Produce Dept. at Marlene’s-Tacoma and writes
set up as well as other berries. Add a teaspoon her own food blog at www.reciprocity-foods.com.
of chia seeds to this recipe if you desire a more
Summer Berry Tart Recipe
Makes 8-10 mini tarts
1/2 cup shredded coconut
1 cup medjool dates, pitted
1/2 lemon zest and juice
Put above ingredients into food processor and pulse until fine sticky texture is
reached. Taking a 2 inch size ball of mixture, form into little tart shells, pinching
evenly with thumb and index finger. Place in fridge while filling is prepared.
1 cup berries of choice (I used blueberries)
5-6 medjool dates, pitted
1/2 zest and juice of orange
Place ingredients into food processor and blend smooth. Place a dollop into
each tart and top with your favorite contrasting berry. Chill in fridge for at least
an hour to set and enjoy!
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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