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Northeast Ohio Farmers Markets

From summer through early fall, farmers markets in the Greater Cleveland/Akron area are in full swing. This is the best time to stock your fridge and pantry with fresh, seasonal produce, meats, baked goods and more from local growers and producers. Find a market near you with this comprehensive guide. ...
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Whoa! On-The-Go, Gluten-Free Cookie Dough Bars #SnackHappy

(sponsored content) The founders at Whoa Dough challenged the cookie dough status quo and created a real cookie dough indulgence that rewards healthy eaters. This on-the-go, kid-approved snack can be tossed in a lunch bag or enjoyed after a long day. With six delicious flavors made from real ingredients, you'll find something for everyone. ...
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6 Easy Ways to Sneak Veggies Into Your Breakfast

Many adults are not eating the daily fruit and vegetable recommendations to maintain healthy living. Laura Thomas, of Thomas Fitness Consulting, provides ways to start your day with veggies by adding them to your breakfast routine. ...
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Maple events in Ohio

Northeast Ohio Maple Events

Make your plans for the sweetest time of year. Celebrate maple season with hands-on events that promise fun for the whole family, from sap collection and boiling lessons to scenic driving tours — and the ever-popular all-you-can-eat pancake breakfasts. There are many opportunities to soak up all things maple throughout the month. ...
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Need an Edible Cookie Dough Recipe?

Have you checked out the edible cookie dough trend yet? Some of the recipes and mixes out there are delicious. Some might contain questionable ingredients, a ton of hidden sugar or include hard-to-find specialty items. There is a fast, easy cookie dough recipe— and you might already have everything you need to make it right in your pantry. It’s also gluten-free and can easily be vegan.  ...
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Easy, Eco-Friendly Swaps to Make at the Grocery Store (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 of my grocery store series, which is meant to help you think about grocery shopping through an environmentally-friendly lens. (Click here to read Part 1.

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#CLEMAMA — Get Out Your Cookbook: 5 Meals to Make for Your Family

Did you know October is National Cookbook Month?

I’ve found so many great recipes in cookbooks throughout the years. I used to think it was silly to have cookbooks in

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How Lack of Sleep Causes Cravings — and How to Deal With It

We’ve all been there…

You have a cruddy night of sleep and the whole next day, you want to eat ALL the food…and for some reason, you never actually feel

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Going Gluten-Free: Living With a Celiac Disease Diagnosis

While gluten sensitivities do exist, celiac disease is different in that it is a lifelong, genetic autoimmune disease triggered in certain individuals by eating gluten. If left untreated, it can severely damage parts of the small intestine. The only way to combat celiac’s effect is by adhering to a strict gluten-free diet for life. We share tips and resources. ...
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Eat the Harvest: Creative & Kid-Friendly Recipes for Fall Produce

We’ve reached that point in the year when it’s unavoidable to leave the grocery store or farmers market without a bounty of crisp apples, oversized pumpkins, plump squash or a few dozen ears of sweet corn in tow. Wholesome and hearty, fall produce can be used in a variety of tasty recipes with plenty of opportunities for the kids to pick, peel, chop, mix, mash and devour. For messy hands and full bellies, bring on the harvest. ...
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