Flip Cookbook

Girl geek foodies making healthy cooking fun and easy.

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Gluten Free Apricot Scones

Living in the US, I have the pleasure of having almost every country represented when it comes to restaurants. Many of the restaurants that focus on a particular country try really hard to transport you to the country itself. It’s like walking through the restaurant’s doors magically teleports you to another country. Sometimes exotic. Sometimes familiar. Often revealing. So when I travel, often I actually compare restaurants in those countries to ones I find back home. I compare the decor, the tastes, the aroma. Often there are so many similarities that I fall even more in love with the restaurants back home for being so genuine – so authentic.

However, no matter how similar things are between restaurants back home and the ones in the actual country, there seems to be one thing that almost always is different…

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Sugar Free Sunday & America’s Addiction

Welcome to one of the sweetest weekly virtual potluck get-together ever! We host Sugar Free Sunday every week to exchange incredible sugar free recipes to inspire everyone to start the week right!

I came across this infographic at myhealtheme.com with some fascinating statistics.
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Sugar Free Sunday & Read That Ingredient List

Welcome to one of the sweetest weekly virtual potluck get-together ever! We host Sugar Free Sunday every week to exchange incredible sugar free recipes to inspire everyone to start the week right!

Is it just me or does seeing “lightly sweetened with pomegranate juice” in the front make you think that the cereal is only sweetened by fruit juice? Take a gander at the ingredients list and you’ll notice it’s not even the first sweetener in the list. Geeze – I hate misleading packing.

Natures Path Front
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Sugar Free Sunday & Visualize The Sugar In Drinks

Welcome to one of the sweetest weekly virtual potluck get-together ever! We host Sugar Free Sunday every week to exchange incredible sugar free recipes to inspire everyone to start the week right!

I think often pictures convey a message much simpler than words. I’d like you to consider the following picture (especially the highlighted parts)

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