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How to Make Potato Stamp Bags and Irish Potato Candy

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On today’s St. Patrick’s Day installment of Whole Living’s Crafting with Dudes series, we invited Bobby Pearce from Rosie Radio to join Crafternoon author Maura Madden and our [&hellip…

How to Make Your Own Nut Milk

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Nut milks – almond, hazelnut, cashew, and others – are becoming more popular every year, appealing to the health conscious, the lactose intolerant, and the vegan alike. You [&hellip…

Crunchy, Salty...Six-Legged? Whole Living Does a Grasshopper Taste Test!

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Let it never be said that Terri and I will not take a dare. We talked about this article in the Wall Street Journal last week, praising insects [&hellip…

How to Get Your Kids to Eat More Veggies

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Yesterday on “Whole Living,” Terri talked with Beth Bader, author of “The Cleaner Plate Club: More Than 100 Recipes for Real Food Your Kids Will Love.” According to The National [&hellip…

"Whole Living" Taste Test: Six All-Natural Alternatives to Refined Sugar

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You want to cut down on your sugar intake, but you like some sweet in your day, and the idea of downing packets of chemicals in your coffee [&hellip…

Have Your Cake and Be Healthy Too: Five Heart-Healthy Ingredient Swaps for Baking

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A sweet tooth doesn’t have to lead you to a poor diet. Elizabeth Stein has tested hundreds of recipes in her work as a holisitic nutrition counselor and [&hellip…

Chocolate-Lover, Locavore Dream: The Chocolate Nation Visits Whole Living with Treats!

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To celebrate Chocolate Week on Martha Stewart Living Radio, we at Whole Living were more than happy to sample a few delectable cocoa treats from thechocolatenation.com, a sort [&hellip…

Crafting with Dudes: How to Make Victorian-Inspired Valentines

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This Valentine’s Day edition of “Crafting with Dudes” was extra special because our very own crafty lady Maura Madden, author of “Crafternoon”, was recently featured in the February [&hellip…