Katie Neubauer
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Mandy commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'ShadowBrook Farm's BIKE-A-FARM'
"Thanks for sharing! Looks like a good time :)"
May 17, 2010
A blog post by Katie Neubauer was featured

ShadowBrook Farm's BIKE-A-FARM

This weekend I was lucky enough to attend ShadowBrook Farm's BIKE-A-FARM, a 6 mile bike ride to (and tour of) an incredible organic vegetable farm. It was an amazing experience. If you aren't familiar with their facility or their products, check out their website:http://shadowbrk.com/indexYou can find ShadowBrook produce at Lincoln and Omaha farmer's markets, or head out to the farm (which I highly recommend, it is a great facility!) I especially enjoyed…See More
May 17, 2010
micheal nelson jr. commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"astevia is a plant u can grow at home and can be used in place of sugar or any other sweetener it is sold in the store but that is the processed form now u cant use the plant in baking ( unless u buy it ) but u can use it in tea or coffee"
May 11, 2010
Katie Neubauer commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"Of course I like tequila--check out my hat!!!"
May 5, 2010
Katie Neubauer commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"Well, of corse, I would never try to say that agave is a health food...that's like saying that sugar is a health food. But I thought the idea here was reducing the use of processed foods, like white sugar. Agave (at least the brand I bought) is…"
May 4, 2010
Lori Jacobsen commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"Agave is 75% fructose. High fructose corn syrup is 55% and has a bad name because of it. Fruit juices are considered natural as well, but when you isolate the juice from the fiber you are concentrating the sugar. There have been many studies showing…"
May 4, 2010
rose simons commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"there are great alternatives like raw maple syrup, stevia, and xyolitol that work much better then agave necture. another one that works great also is Lo Han. hopes this helps. r"
May 4, 2010
Hayley Renshaw commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"Mercola.com is a very trustworthy website. That is were I have bought most of my health food for years now. If you are looking for a natural sweetner, simply buy raw local honey. Absolutely no processing and has many health benefits, esp for this…"
May 3, 2010
NIcolle commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"I have read that it is still sugar. Mercola has very good info!"
May 3, 2010
Katie Neubauer commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"Hmmm. I wonder how trustworthy Mercola.com is. Who runs it, and why should I trust them over all the articles I've read from reputable sources that say agave is a good alternative to artifical sweetners? This is interesting stuff. I have heard…"
May 3, 2010
Amber T commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"Check out Mercola.com. Not sure if agave nectar is really a good choice."
May 3, 2010
Katie Neubauer commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"I did some research on the different brands, and thought Madhava seemed like the best. The Global Healing Center website says about it: "Madhava offers extremely high-quality, all-natural, 100% organic agave nectar, made by minimal processing.…"
May 3, 2010
rose simons commented on Katie Neubauer's blog post 'Agave nectar'
"the only draw back I have heard lately is that it could have Fuctrose corn syrup added to it. I do not know for sure the Brands. hear about it from an article I read on Mercola. com"
May 3, 2010
Katie Neubauer posted a blog post

Agave nectar

I bought a bottle of agave nectar in the "health market" at Hyvee. I've heard good things about it, and used it to sweeten a green smoothie I made this morning. I've also tried it in plain, organic yogurt, which is also good. Anyone have any awesome agave recipes?
May 3, 2010
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Grilled Asparagus

"I bought a bunch of asparagus at the Haymarket Farmer's Market on Saturday with this recipe in mind. It was delicious! Had it with grilled burgers made with local, organic beef (also from the market) served on locally-made whole wheat sourdough…"
May 3, 2010
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Request/provide info here for simplifying tasks related to food preparation, etc. Also a great place to share information regarding kitchen tools and gadgets!
Apr 26, 2010

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ShadowBrook Farm's BIKE-A-FARM

Posted on May 17, 2010 at 12:01pm 1 Comment

This weekend I was lucky enough to attend ShadowBrook Farm's BIKE-A-FARM, a 6 mile bike ride to (and tour of) an incredible organic vegetable farm. It was an amazing experience. If you aren't familiar with their facility or their products, check out their website:

http://shadowbrk.com/index

You can find ShadowBrook produce at Lincoln and Omaha farmer's markets, or head out to the farm (which I highly recommend, it is a…

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Agave nectar

Posted on May 3, 2010 at 9:35am 11 Comments

I bought a bottle of agave nectar in the "health market" at Hyvee. I've heard good things about it, and used it to sweeten a green smoothie I made this morning. I've also tried it in plain, organic yogurt, which is also good. Anyone have any awesome agave recipes?

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