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New Recipe Page on Down to Earth Website

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A new and improved Recipe page that makes it easier to find recipes you want has just been launched on the Down to Earth website. It's easier to navigate and easier to find recipes through special categories including gluten-free, vegan, soy-free, kid-friendly meals, one-pot meals, and more!

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Down to Earth Goes Social

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Have you “Liked” us yet? Do you love using social media as much as we do? We invite you to connect with us anytime, anywhere, via your favorite social media sites, like: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. We even have our own Label GMOs Facebook page to help keep you informed about GMOs.

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Health Tip

Holiday Cooking Just Got Easier

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The holiday season is here! The time has come for sumptuous dinners, decadent desserts and the comfort of family to share it all with. Whether you are hosting this year or bringing a dish to a potluck, just searching out the right recipes can take up a lot of time and energy. If you are adjusting traditional dishes to fit a special diet, it can be even more of a headache.

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Health Tip

Tasty, Tempting, and Totally Healthy

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It’s a common misconception you’ve probably heard: vegetarian food is not tasty, and living a plant-based lifestyle must mean sacrificing flavor for health.

In fact, any diet can be boring if you eat the same thing all the time or don’t experiment; by living a more veggie lifestyle, your diet can potentially be more interesting and rich, as plant-based foods are naturally packed with flavor. So who says that vegetarian cooking can’t taste great?

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Veggie Quote

“Consider the biggest animals on the planet: elephants, and buffaloes, and giraffes. These are vegetarian animals. They grow to thousands of pounds of muscle and bone without ever eating cheeseburgers and pepperoni pizzas.”

-Michael Klaper, M.D.

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Vegetarian Recipes

Featured Recipe

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For your cooking delight we are bringing you our monthly cooking class recipes:

Feature! Cranberry Pumpkin Scones

Additional tasty recipes:

Raw Kabocha Squash Soup

Brussels Sprouts in a Balsamic Reduction

Vegan Pumpkin Cheesecake

Spiced Apple Cider

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