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Spicing Up The Sea
Spicing Up The Sea
February 28, 2013

Seafood can be pretty intimidating. Once you conquer the hard part of “hooking” the perfect fish, finding a good way to prepare it can be equally frustrating.If you’re unfamiliar with fish, the finished product may leave you disappointed when your fish ends up bland and flavorless. We’d hate to see your dollars and dinner go to waste! One of our favorite ways to add spice is by using homemade dry rubs. Dry rubs add depth of flavor to your favorite seafood. By using a few Simple Truth Organic Spices, you’ll create custom combinations that add bursts of flavor, whether you’re grilling, baking or pan-frying your fish.

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Tags: Seafood, Flavor, Spices, Recipe, Tips
Simple Truth Tea Lattes
Simple Truth Tea Lattes
February 25, 2013

If you’re looking for a boost of energy without getting a jittery caffeine kick, try a tea latte. This warm drink is a great way to get immune-boosting antioxidants and is low in calories. Create a soothing, easy and convenient tea latte at home using a few Simple Truth ingredients.

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Tags: Recipe, Tea, Latte, Homemade, Simple, Easy
Ideas for Canned Tomatoes
Ideas for Canned Tomatoes
February 21, 2013

Canned tomatoes are one of our favorite pantry staples because they’re so versatile. From whole, diced, stewed or crushed, it’s easy to find simple recipes that make delicious meals within minutes. When fresh tomatoes are out of season, canned tomatoes make for a perfect and affordable substitute.

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Tags: Recipe, Ideas, Simple, Solutions, Canned, Tomatoes
Do It Yourself Dressing
Do It Yourself Dressing
February 19, 2013

Bottled salad dressings can be full of artificial preservatives, ingredients and colors. They also can be loaded with sodium and sugar (quite counter-intuitive if you’re trying to make healthy food choices). Luckily, creating your own dressing at home is simple and easy!

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Tags: Homemade, Salad, Dressings, Solution, Recipes
Organizing a Dinner Swap
Organizing a Dinner Swap
February 8, 2013

For the busy individual and over-scheduled family, preparing a nightly dinner can be difficult. If you find it hard to put a healthy, wholesome meal on the dining room table every night, odds are, you’re not alone. A dinner swap is the perfect solution!

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Tags: Simple, Solutions, Dinner, Potluck, Swap
Tips for Cooking Quinoa
Tips for Cooking Quinoa
February 4, 2013

Quinoa is arguably 2013’s most popular whole grain, but it isn’t even technically a grain! Quinoa is actually a seed, but it’s usually referred to as a whole grain and it’s prepared similarly to rice, barley and pasta. This delicate and delicious grain has the highest protein content of all whole grains. If you’re looking for a great gluten-free alternative to pasta, look no further than quinoa.

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Tags: Quinoa, Cooking, Tips, Recipes