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Celebration Magazine Has New Health and Nutrition Columnists: Nancy Addison and Maryann De Leo

 Celebration Magazine Has New Health and Nutrition Columnist!

Celebration Magazine has a new health and nutrition column and it is written by Chef and Nutrition Expert Nancy Addison and Academy Award-Winning
Documentary Filmmaker, Maryann De Leo. They recently released their book, Alive
and Cooking – An Easy Guide to Health for You and Your Parents, which
provides more than 100 easy, healthful, and budget-friendly recipes,
health tips and shopping resource guide to aid all in creating a
nutritional plan best suited for older adults.

What a great month to start our column!  The month we celebrate love,
cooking is love – expressed through food.

Leeann Lavin, who wrote the forward to our book, said, “Food is love.”

We could not agree more! We’d like to think as food as the celebration
of life and love!

 

I always say: The Main Ingredient Is Always Love!   and the title of our column this month for February is:

The Main Ingredient Is Love

 

That makes me so happy!

Our recipe is our chocolate chip cookie recipe on page  246 and 247 where we use Garbanzo bean flour!

It is delicious with a healthy twist!

Sending you heart felt hugs for February!

Almond Cookies – Raw, Healthy and Easy To Make!

I frequently make these living-food cookies using almond meal I have leftover after making almond milk. I never wanted to waste the almond meal, and this is a wonderful way to use it. You can make these into small snack bars as well. Make sure to store these cookies in the refrigerator.

Would you like to eat a healthy delicious cookie?

Easy too!

This recipe is one of many raw recipes in my book, “How To Be A Healthy Vegetarian.”

Raw recipe

ALMOND COOKIES

Ingredients:
2 c. almonds, soaked in water 12 to 18 hours, or almond meal
1⁄2–1 tsp. sea salt
1⁄2 c. or more honey
1⁄4 c. almond butter
2 T. protein powder
1⁄2 c. organic, raw, shredded coconut

Directions:
1. Grind almonds and sea salt into a fine meal.
2. Slowly add honey, almond butter, and protein powder to make
sticky dough.
3. Roll dough into round long logs.
4. Roll logs in coconut.
5. Wrap logs in parchment or wax paper and then in foil. 6. Chill until firm.
7. Cut slices a little over one-quarter-inch thick.

Note:
I use Garden of Life brand protein powder.

Variation:
Gently press cookies in coconut after they are sliced, for a more coconut-y flavor.

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