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More Calcium than Dairy? Easy that!

Hemp-Goji Acai Bowl – inspired by Ani Phyo’s RAW FOOD DESSERT BOOK
Makes 4 Servings.
Acai is a dark purple palm berry from the Amazon in Brazil, and nature’s energy and beauty fruit. Its taste reminds me of dark berries (or red […]

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Beyond the Barcode: The Local Food Revolution

WHERE DOES YOUR FOOD COME FROM? WHAT DOES THE BARCODE ON THE LABEL STAND FOR? LET’S GO BEYOND THE BARCODE and dig a little deeper…
The bar code system works much like the zip code system.  The trouble is, there is […]

Culinary Team

5 Things your Kids learn in the Kitchen

Inviting Children into your kitchen can be a very positive experience for both children and their parents. It does not matter what you cook or how old your child is. When you invite your kids into the kitchen, they will […]

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Add Chicks: The Chicken Whisperer

BECOME A CHICKEN WHISPERER
Keeping urban chickens may seem like a new trend for some, but here at WKA we continue to love our chickens for the benefit of teaching our children responsibility and respect for farm animals. And of course […]

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Top 5 Veggies to grow this Spring

Spring Planting has started weeks ago in our WKA Garden Green House, but now we’re ready to transplant the last of our goods into two of our community gardens, that will feed our Whole Kids Adventure children, and give fresh […]

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5 Top Reasons to make your own Baby Food

When mom’s get pregnant with their first child, most of them get recommendations to read all of the books new moms are “supposed” to read: the ones about sleep, discipline, eating, and anything else that could possibly happen during their […]

Picky Eater

Raising a Picky Eater

By Lea Peyton Gebhardt. Photo by Lene Saint-Orens.
Physiologically, eating may just be the most complicated thing we do.
Swallowing, alone, involves 26 muscles, and every meal engages the respiratory, endocrine and metabolic systems, as well as the entire GI tract and all 5 […]

Simplicity

Simplicity is the Spice of Life

Article by Veronica Meewes.
When describing one of Austin’s many wine bars, “kid-friendly” and “eco-conscious” are not usually the first terms that come to mind, but the last thing Simplicity Wine & Eats is trying to be is another typical wine […]

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Pregnant Mom’s: Eat Your Water

Article by Alisha Guthery-Morse. Image by Dominique Seller.
May I speak frankly? I am eighth months pregnant now and I can deal with being bigger, after all there is a baby in my belly; I can even deal with all of […]

Fall Garden

Foogs – For Our Own Goods

Busy as a bee. It’s a great little saying. The words seem to “buzz” right off the tongue. The imagery is delightful as well—little workers dancing from flower to flower pollinating and making honey. This is certainly an apt phrase […]

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