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Tulsi Leaf Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Tulsi Leaf.

Getting Your Greens

When Martha Stewart was doing hard time, there were reports that she voluntarily pulled up weeds outside in the prison yard each day. Was she just trying to get out early for good behavior? Not quite. Martha was actually taking an unconventional appr...  Read more

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Cooking

The next time a recipe calls for fresh basil, skip the poor substitute of dried basil, forgo the last-minute dash to the supermarket for some overpriced wilted basil, and just pluck a few tender leaves off of the basil plant you have growing in your...  Read more

Fruit and Vegetable Gardening A-Z: Spinach

Spinach is intolerant of heat and "bolts" easily unless you plant specific heat-tolerant varieties. Spinach can be Savoy (curly)-leafed or smooth-leafed and is a delicious additive to soups, sandwiches, smoothies and salads. Hardiness...  Read more

Fruit and Vegetable Gardening A-Z: Swiss Chard

Swiss chard (also known as silverbeet, Indian spinach, leaf beets, or sea kale) has tender leaves that can substitute for spinach in many recipes. It is popular in the garden because it is bolt-resistant and very easy to grow. Hardiness Zones: ...  Read more

Fun Outdoor Activities for Kids

There are enough ideas to have fun trying a new one every week for over a year! Spring Seasons search: Go out and find 10 things that you will only see during the spring.   Go to a stream during a spring rain and list...  Read more

Turning over a new leaf!
Updated 1/27/2014 4:14:48 PM

Hello! I started SparkPeople a couple years ago but I'm in a much better place now and more prepared to shed this extra weight. My secret...HIKING!! Now that I graduated from college last year, moved to RVA, ditched the boyfriend, and have a jo...  Read more

Turning a new leaf
Updated 11/17/2013 1:19:11 AM

Hello my name is Ashley. I had always been over weight. The highest weight that I have reached is 210. I have got down to 128 lbs and very determined to get back there. I have always been self conscious and never let anyone see me fully naked. Well I...  Read more

Using Stevia Leaves as a sweetener
Updated 7/24/2013 6:48:21 PM

I have a Stevia rebaudiana - Stevia plant and have been using the leaves finely shreaded as a sweetener for very sour fruits like rhubarb, and have also used instead of sugar in crumble toppings. Having read the article "The truth about Stevia"...  Read more

Caring for sister leaves me exhausted
Updated 4/29/2013 1:25:25 AM

I have guardianship of my severely multiply impaired adult sister. She lives with me and our mom. I've had more difficulty finding a reliable caregiver for her than I have ever had with anything. I don't know where else to look. I've tried local...  Read more

Keep the Leaves on the top page!
Updated 2/6/2014 7:17:38 PM

Can we try this? I'm loving this Fall weather right now!! 465...  Read more

Eating Spinach

Add raw spinach leafs to salads...  Read more

Celery Juice Helps Curb Your Cravings For Sweets & More

Eating celery reduces high blood pressure & clears uric acid from painful joints. Celery also helps the kidney, has anti-cancer compounds & has has almost zero calories, plus it can neutralize acidity in the stomach. The leaves atop the celery stal...  Read more

Getting Healthy in Our 20's

This group is for people in their twenties who are trying to turn over a new leaf and get healthy. We are doing this to feel better and to be better role models for our friends and families....  Read more

Chef Meg's Eggs Nested in Spicy Tomato Sauce

Nestle eggs into a spicy tomato sauce and bake them for a light and easy supper. Serve over pasta or with crusty whole-wheat bread for dipping. Minutes to Prepare: 10Minutes to Cook: 20Number of Servings:
 4 ...  Read more

Poll: What's Your Favorite Fall Ingredient?

Happy fall, everyone! While it's still 92 degrees and humid here in Cincinnati, this weekend will mark the unofficial start of fall. Bring on the corduroy and boots, warm soups, and hikes through the leaves. Chef Meg and I are cooking up (ha, ha)...  Read more