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  1. Just recently learned about the saponins in quinoa. Used to use the True Roots brand ( think theirs were pre-rinsed) but have not been able to find them lately. Thanks for all the great tips. 💕from Ky.

  2. Good tips! But nutritional yeast is neurotoxic….Not good for your brain! And vinegars leaches calcium from your bones so it's a tooth dissolver. (Bcs of the acidity the body has to buffer it by drawing out calcium from your teeth and bones!) To learn more check out Anthony William, the Medical Medium podcast.

  3. I learned this one from a Berta Jay video it has saved me a lot of money over the years. I use a gallon or 2-gallon bag or a large storage container. Put a paper towel in the bottom of your container, dump in your salad mix or spinach, and put a paper towel on top, and seal it up. It has been the most noticeable with spinach in keeping it fresh for a week or more.

  4. Perhaps we can all refuse to buy all the overpackaging on organic produce. Complain to the produce managers. Organic bananas for example have a plastic band and multiple stickers. Avocados and lemons in plastic net bags. They are not recyclable. Let's work to reduce the garbage they are forcing on us.

  5. Thanks for another amazing video. I've been thinking of ways lately to add more decorative greens to my place and the idea of putting the scallions and herbs in a jar is brilliant!

  6. I like the idea of mixing your grains but lentils should be soaked over night or soaked in hot water to remove anti-nutrients such as lectins and phytates, make them easier to digest prior to cooking it so having them mixed like that – I’m not sure if soaking rice would benefit it at all or make it worse so while I think it’s great idea just be sure to remember that and to always wash your rice several times not just a quick rinse.

    Thanks for the tips. I’ve been buying produce and letting them soak in water and once the roots get long enough I actually plant them. I’m growing Brussels sprouts, zucchini, peas, potatoes and of course mint came back from last year and totally devoured one of my flower beds. It’s overwhelming how fast mint grows and spreads. And I have grape vines all over my fence for the animals and bees to chow down on.

  7. ABSOLOUTLEY subscribed ! I love your positive happy little attitude and this was SO helpful, thank you so much, vegetarian wanting to go vegan (properly and sustainably) THANK YOU ! 😇

  8. If your peanut butter is in a glass jar, throw it in the microwave for a couple minutes. Once it's hot you can stir it together very easily. After that, just store it in the fridge and it will not separate again unless it sits for quite a while.

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