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  • Ric

    My wife just made your mashed potato cauliflower recipe and my God, I am in seventh heaven! You are amazing !
    Thank you so much. You saved my life because I loved mashed potatoes and now I’ve got the perfect substitute.
    I am on a heart healthy diet due to bypass surgery several years ago and now I can enjoy one of my favorite foods without concern.

  • Hi there!
    I love your recipes and I was wondering if you have a thin mint recipe like the girl scout cookies.
    Thanks in advance for all that you do to change the way we bake and eat!
    Maximum blessings,
    Emily

  • Ruth

    Hello!! I just wanted to say I LOVE your website!! We don’t eat any refined sugars and seeing so many great recipes on your website is refreshing and encouraging. Great to see so many healthy recipes! Overwhelmed with excitement to try these!

  • crystal

    Hi Megan, so I am glad you have this chart up for food combining its a great tool!

    However I have a few questions and concerns. I thought fruit does not combine with anything except with eachother

    I did not know that I can eat dried fruit in salads and yogurt???

    Also can I have any kind of cheese with nuts and dried fruit???

  • L

    Hi Megan,

    I recently came across your site looking for a peanut butter ball recipe that wasn’t full of sugar and I’ve been checking your page out for close to a month. Now my roommate is also onto it and we’ve been having a really good time putting together some of your recipes and seeing how they turn out. I don’t think we’ve had one that wasn’t pretty tasty. We’re very much looking forward to the release of your recipe book and hope that it makes it’s way North to British Columbia when it comes out.

    Best of luck

    L

  • Joy Dauble

    Thank you for this website. Your enthusiasm, the brilliant photos of your recipes, the solid tips for shopping, prepping and food combining… it’s all so very helpful and encouraging. I’ve not been eating very healthfully as of late and I can feel it. I don’t sleep as well. I have more indigestion problems than before. I really think a lot of it might be due to my poor combinations of foods. I used to eat salads all the time and felt much more healthy while I did so. Makes since, because I was probably for the most part combining more appropriate foods. I was wondering if somewhere you have a “pantry list” of items that you like to keep on hand at all times. Esp. the things that aren’t necessarily fresh: tamari, coconut oil, almond butter, things like this that you find you use frequently when making your recipes.

  • Rich

    Hi Megan,

    I am interested in making almond butter. How many almonds does it take to make 16 oz of almond butter?

    Thanks,
    Rich

  • Amy Bundy

    Hello Megan,
    I have been searching for healthy recipes that are easy, tasty and most important that my 3 young children will eat. I am so glad I stumbled across your site. I am spreading the word to my friends too. Wow. I am truly inspired. Great job!
    Amy

  • Terin

    I made your creamy almond butter freezer fudge for a super bowl party today!!!! OMG Amazeballs and gone!!! Unfortunately it did not do a thing for my Broncos. Thanks for all of your fantastic recipes!!

  • Darcy

    I am so happy I stumbled upon you, so far I am in love with what I am reading.
    I love that you have suggested pages I actually had found Lyinda Wagners page about
    2 years back and loved it, from there I started loiking into the vegan world Where I found Kristina and others
    witch I also see on your suggestions :) so I can’t wait to check into some of the other suggestions you have! Thank you for this page I can’t wait to read it all :D

  • Kathleen Schell

    We have been enjoying your blog and the wonderful recipes and recommendations. I have been making and consuming lots of almond butter and almond milk. I am writing to ask if you have a particular source for almonds? I have purchased from California Almonds on line and have been pleased overall but I have noticed that my almond milk has what I can only describe as a “soapy” taste. I also purchased a nut bag from Vitamix and sometimes even after washing it has an odor. I live in Central Florida and usually order online. THANKS

  • Pat

    A short while ago you endorsed a Y Vegetable Peeler. You said it’s great for making “vegetable noodles”. I cannot find that info anywhere…would you still have that info…or do you recommend using something else.

    Can I also say, in my ripe age of 55years, I am very excited and inspired by this ‘new’ way of eating that you have introduced me to.

    Thanks for my new journey!
    Pat

  • Robin

    Thank you so much for creating this site. I have been grain-, dairy-, egg-free, plus many fruits and vegetables for four years. Recently I have had complications with my diet and needed to begin afresh. So I began to seek new recipes. Today was Pinterest’s turn. I am grateful I looked there and found your recipes. You have made things a bit easier again.
    Thank you your helpful hints,
    Robin

  • I am not a maple syrup fan. Is there a substitute for this…? I’ve already made one of your recipes and can’t wait to try a bunch of others!! Love your website!!

    Thank-you,
    Andi

  • Amber

    How can I edit a comment I made on one of your recipes??

  • It doesn’t look like you have a book consolidating these recipes in one place. That would be SO much more convenient for me and your followers. My workload is so full that I don’t like spending time on Facebook; and it is going to be a huge time-consuming chore to download all the recipes I’d like to put to paper so I won’t have to read a computer monitor. And then I’ll have a slew of sheets of paper to stick into a folder and forget about instead of having a beautiful book in my hands to pick up and read frequently, and from which to make your delicious foods! Doris Sampson,Duluth MN.

    • Megan

      I am currently working on a book with Random House, so a beautiful book is in the works! In the meantime, I hope the printable recipes will keep you busy. :)

  • carre

    HI! OK, so I weight train, a lot, and am currently eating vegan. I use Pea protein powder and I use hemp protein powders. I combine the two usually with 1 cup almond milk, or flax milk, PB2 powdered peanut butter, stevia (baking variety) and a banana. I’m just learning about food combining and not sure how to treat my pea and hemp protein powders when combining. I would love to stick to this protein shake combo I just mentioned, but I do get bloated (and such) after drinking. Not sure if it’s the food combination or if drinking straight out of the blender is causing me to drink excess air. Also, typically after a workout you should have your protein and some complex carbs, but I don’t think that works with food combining either..? I’d love your suggestions on this! Thank you so much! Carre

  • Maja hranilovic

    If I eat oatmeal,how shoud I do that the best with food combining? Thanks

  • Maja hranilovic

    How does it loook your usually meal day,what and when do you eat?

  • Maja hranilovic

    I read a lot of good blogger about food,and I think you are the best,most helpfull. Thanks

  • Sabina

    Hi Megan,

    I really love your website! Your recipes are fantastic. I eat the grain-free raspberry chocolate chip muffins every day for breakfast. I have also tried your cauliflower pizza crust, almond butter pancakes, paleo pancakes and almond milk. I love them all. You have made a gluten-free, grain-free lifestyle so much more fun. I’m going to try the raw swirled cheesecake bars next. I really enjoy that I have most of the ingredients on hand in my kitchen and that the recipes are simple.
    Thanks!!!!!!

  • Shannon

    I love your recipes! So happy to see you’re working on a cookbook! I can’t wait to buy it!

  • Cindy

    Hello Megan,
    I just have a quick question for you. Is it ok to start a day with smoothies that contain both fruits and vegetables? I’ve heard so much about food combining and keeping fruits separate. Do you have an opinion on this?
    Thanks,
    Cindy

  • Michael Crabb

    Thank you! This was my first day on your “detoxinista” diet and your recipe for cauliflower pizza crust was really good. My family was pleasantly surprised. THESE TYPES OF DISHES DON’T USUALLY WORK OUT FOR ME… I am really looking forward to more recipes!
    Thank you!

  • Lenny

    Do you have raw almonds in the shell..?
    We are experimenting with planting a few tres in Thailand.

  • I live for peanut butter and your Peanut Butter Balls are going to be by my side for the rest of my life!!! Just love them!!!
    Dottie
    West Warwick, RI

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