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This blog is intended to track my 100% whole food plant based experience and share what I have learned with others. You can participate in this blog by posting questions, advice, your experiences and successes, and anything else you think others may learn from this share in the Post Comments section after each of my Blog Posts. Please take advantage of the Subscribe For Updates or follow us link...your email address will not be shared. Also, feel free to click the Please Share It link and share it with the G+1 button in the top left corner to join our Google Circle and also add me to Facebook and Twitter. Ken Carlile



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Stop worrying about dieting. Just eat whole foods that come out of the earth and not the foods that fertilize it. Ken Carlile, Blogger at www.ieatplants.com


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HEALTHY WAY TO LOSE WEIGHT AND KEEP IT OFF.

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Check out this new series from the makers of "The Biggest Loser" and "Extreme Weight Liss".


This is interesting that they're doing a whole TV show on eating Plant Based




SAGE VEGAN BISTRO-CULVER CITY, CA

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Dinner!
Top left buckwheat crust pizza with heirloom tomatoes and cashew cream, jack fruit tacos , pierogi with soy ginger reduction.




SHOP AT SPECIALTY MARKETS

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Try shopping at specialty markets such as Korean, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Indian etc.  Not only do they have some of the best looking and most exotic produce, there prices are amazing when compared to your neighborhood grocery store.  All of the Shiitake mushrooms shown above were about $2.32 US.  When you buy them dried, which is usually the only way you can get them at the grocery stores, they are about $8.50 for approx 6 mushrooms.  BIG SAVINGS!

Shop the sauces and spice sections as well as you can find tons of things to experiment with to add that extra zip to your dishes.  Don't know what something is, a quick google of the item or write it in the notes section of your phone and look it up later along with recipes using the item.  Have fun on your journey.





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