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Michelle Mukatis

 Vegetarian: the Best Ever Recipe Collection was written by Linda Fraser.  If you are looking for recipe ideas during the holidays, this book is recommended by Michele. My clients often look for recommendations if they want to start cooking more vegetarian meals. I have an extra copy of Vegetarian: the Best Ever Recipe Collection to loan […]

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Book Review: The Modern Vegetarian

by Michelle Mukatis October 5, 2013 Book Reviews
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Michele taught me how to garden as well as introduced our family to our first CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). Michele teaches “Food Basics” from why to grow it yourself, to how to grow it and then how to prepare it and her spare time, she writes about it too.  This is one of her favorite […]

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Potato Bean Chowder

by Michelle Mukatis March 23, 2011 Current Events
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By Michele Mukatis Realizing that it’s national nutrition month and realizing that people need to be able to stomach nutrition (pun intended), here’s a way to improve your diet without stressing about reading labels and counting calories. We all know that eating more fresh fruits and vegetables is good for you. Did you know, however, […]

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Recipe:Tuna Salad with Bok Choi

by Michelle Mukatis April 13, 2010 Family

By Michelle Mukatis 2-3 servings 1 can water packed albacore tuna 2 T. mayonnaise 2 T. plain yogurt ••• c. finely chopped red bell pepper ••• c. finely chopped bokchoi stems ••• c. finely chopped green onion ••• t. each salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 t. toasted sesame oil, if desired Drain tuna […]

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Pork Tenderloin with Fall Fruits

by Michelle Mukatis January 28, 2010 Let's Get Personal

Presented by: Michele E. Mukatis CultivateHealth@gmail.com A pork tenderloin is the perfect size for two – four people. Think Valentine’s Day or just to chase away the winter blues. 1 T. unsalted butter 8 oz. dried apricots and plums ½ c. apricot nectar ¼ c. port wine 1 pork tenderloin (about 1 ½ lb.) 1 […]

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