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No-Bake Chocolaty Brownies - Green to Glass

No-Bake Chocolaty Brownies

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These delicious no-bake chocolaty brownies are vegan, gluten-free, rich in fiber and protein, and sure to please everyone! 16 (2 inch) squares Ingredients Do you need a delicious pick me up dessert today? These No-Bake Chocolaty Brownies will feed your...
Probiotic fermented fruity water kefir - Green to Glass

Fruit Water Kefir – A Sparkling Probiotic Drink

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Sparkling, probiotic, fruity water kefir you can easily make at home! This version was prepared with dried dates, lemon and orange slices, and fermented for 3 days. This lovely refreshing drink is linked to various health benefits, including improved immunity and even…

easy vegan chocolate pie - Green to Glass

Vegan Chocolate Mousse Pie

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Vegan, creamy dark chocolate mousse pie recipe! Super easy to make and rich in protein, polyphenols, and antioxidants, vegan, just fabulous my darlings! Dairy-free, gluten-free, made with coconut milk… True bliss is just around the corner!! Complete Recipe for the…

How to make probiotic rejuvelac - Green to Glass

How to Make Rejuvelac, a Healthy Probiotic Drink

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In this video, I demonstrate how to make Rejuvelac with filtered water, quinoa or buckwheat seeds. It’s a natural probiotic drink, and a key ingredient for making fabulous vegan cheeses. Vegan, sugar-free, caffeine-free, and gluten-free, it’s a great source beneficial…

Cocoa superfood energy balls - Vert au Verre

Cocoa Superfood Energy Balls

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High protein cocoa superfood energy balls Makes about 12 superfood energy balls Ingredients 390 g (13 oz) nuts of your choice (cashews, almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, etc.). If you wish to upgrade the nutritional value, you can add seeds such as...
calcium plant-based - Green to Glass

Great Plant-Based Sources of Calcium

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Did you know that its the calcium in the bloodstream is the first to decline through sweat and muscle contractions? As a result, active people need more dietary calcium. Also, to maximize calcium absorption and help with bone maintenance, vitamin…

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