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Ellen Rosentreter
Stained glass artist. Crafter. Gardener. Vegetarian cook. Dog mom/head trainer and foster dog mom. Compacter. Frugalista. Union Assistant Director in film & television. Freelance & entrepreneur.
Stained glass artist. Crafter. Gardener. Vegetarian cook. Dog mom/head trainer and foster dog mom. Compacter. Frugalista. Union Assistant Director in film & television. Freelance & entrepreneur.
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I was excited to bring my mom's classic appetizer, Chinese Eggs, to the FBLA meeting today.  Hope you enjoy the recipe as much as my family.

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Tried my hand at oven roasting cauliflower with Smoked Paprika, and have one great prep tip to share:  Ziploc.

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Raw gluten free Chocolate Chia Pudding served at my house today.  Stop on by for some dessert.

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Aug. 19, 2013 — A new study published in Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience demonstrates that Chinese herbal medicine Ji-Sui-Kang (JSK), given systemically for three weeks after injury in rats, improved locomotor function, reduced tissue damage, and preserved the structure of neural cells compared to control rats. The report also includes data showing that JSK may first act to reduce inflammation and cell apoptosis and death, and boost local oxygen supply while, later on, it appears to restore function and promote tissue regeneration.

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What common household items could be collected to "set decorate" your life?  At the OC fair they had grouped collections of recipe boxes, aprons, and colorful bundt pans.

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I'm going to carve a turkey centerpiece for Thanksgiving....

+Erika Kerekes , it would be great to have Chef Ray come do a demo for an FBLA meeting. 

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I will be growing "Spoon" tomatoes next year!

on NPR today....

"America is facing a blood shortage — a shortage of dog blood. Whether Fido tangles with a car and loses, or Barky contracts a blood-damaging disease, dogs — like their people — sometimes need transfusions. And while there's no centralized Red Cross for Rover, there are a few commercial canine blood banks across the country, and many veterinary schools do their own blood banking.

But veterinarian Jean Dodds, who runs a canine blood bank in Garden Grove, Calif., called Hemopet, says meeting the demand for canine blood proves a tricky proposition — and some times of the year are trickier than others."

http://www.npr.org/2013/08/13/211655240/red-cross-for-rover-inside-americas-canine-blood-banks?1004%2C1007%2C1013%2C1019%2C1128
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