The Art of Intuitive Eating
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Embracing What Works: Tangy Plum Jam
What would summer be like without the abundance of fruitd with their glorious colors, tastes, textures and fragrances? At the farmers market, a basket of plums called to us. Freshly picked by a group of sunny-faced youth, we couldn't resist bringing some home.

Nurturing Talent: Spicy Fig Jam
This delightfully delicious, spicy fig jam is made with Black Mission figs, Flame raisins, and a little Moroccan Spice to give it pizazz. It's so easy to make - in a few minutes with the use of a blender we can whip up a batch of thick, velvety jam. Enjoy it on your favorite bread or yoghurt.

Peace Changing Our World: Date-Apple Butter with Spices
Dates, apples, cinnamon, lemon juice, and orange zest combine to make a spicy fruit "butter". It's filled with live enzymes and a sweet, tangy taste for a yummy topping on our favorite raw breads, yoghurt, or seed cheese.

©2007 Janet L. Doane. All rights reserverd

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so seemingly small,
ripple out
to the whole universe
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