Monthly Archives: February 2014

Good Gluten Free Flour Blends

From Ellen’s Kitchen-Gluten Free Flour Mix 2 cups rice or millet flour 2/3 cup potato starch 1/3 cup tapioca starch 1-2 tsp. of xanthan gum From Gluten-Free Breakfast, Brunch & Beyond by Linda J. Amendt 4 cups finely ground or … Continue reading

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Becoming Independent Thinkers Through Socialization

Socialization is “ the process by which a human being beginning at infancy acquires the habits, beliefs, and accumulated knowledge of society through education and training for adult status.”  Merriam-Webster  From birth onward, we are influenced by the behaviors of … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Crackers That Taste Good

Blue Diamond gluten-free crackers made with sea salt are our favorite cracker. They are similar in snap and texture to the crackers we used to enjoy in our wheat eating days.  The ingredients appear to be G.M.O. free too.  We … Continue reading

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Don’t Be a Zombie: Distracted, Gullible, and Trusting

“Be careful little heart who you trust…” plays the song on a children’s C.D. in a group of young children in a learning center.  We teach our children to be careful about trusting strangers, but what about the average American?  … Continue reading

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Love’s Definition

“I wonder why it is we are not all kinder to each other … How much the world needs it! How easily it is done!” ― Henry Drummond St. Valentine gave his life out of love for Jesus Christ.  He … Continue reading

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GMO is Missing in Science Books

While teaching a basic lesson about genetics to one of my 7th grade students, I wondered why they didn’t introduce genetic engineering into the topic.  Genetic engineering affects most of life on the planet today.  Our oceans are polluted with … Continue reading

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