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January 01, 2010



Happy New Year!


Happy New Year!! it looks delicious! :D

Meg Wolff

Hey VeggieGirl & Lenni,
Wishing you both the best in 2010!

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Perfectly simple and nutritious.


Happy New Year, Meg! Even having spent most of last year on a cleansing (anti-candida) diet, I still feel the need to go a little more "clean" right now. Sure, I'll join you! :) Your meal looks quite perfect to me--kale is my favorite green and I adore quinoa. A simple, yummy, balanced meal.


happy new year meg
when you tell us that you are doing a wider macrobiotic diet, that will be good news, because your efforts will have been worth it
i am thinking of you

Meg Wolff

Hi Ricki,
Keep up the good work! I remember that quinoa is one of your favorites. I guess it's a good time for "cleansing" even when not planned!

You will be the first to hear! Thanks for thinking of me!XO

susan g

I just commented on "A Veggie Venture" that quinoa is a new year's resolution in itself -- and here you are reminding me again. How low on the food chain can we go (and still love it)? Your path is not an easy one, Meg, and you are an inspiration. Looking forward to a wonderful year for you.


Happy New Year! You are such an inspiration for me, and your blog is always the grounding support that I need when things go awry. May the new year bring you everything you desire in life and, as always, generous health.

Warm blessings,


Here's wishing you the best in this new year.

Carol Seavitt

Meg -- Happy New Year to you and your family. I pray that God grants you quick healing and please know that your picture inspired me today but for lunch! Was just thinking of what to whip up between cleaning and your menu is perfect. I may just add a few beans too. May life bring you much health and sunshine this year.


A beautiful plate for toasting the New Year and New Decade, Meg.

Wishing you joy and complete healing in 2010...

Meg Wolff

Thanks, San, I'm getting there. :-)

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I know it's kinda late, but happy new year to you.

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Happy New Year! (almost 10 months too late...)


It looks great. Where have you gone? We need more of your posts.


Delicious, easy & nutritious as well. Thanks for this sharing. Keep It Up.

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