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Shana Tova! Welcome to my Rosh Hashana Table!  Love, The Jewish Hostess

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Shana Tova! Welcome to my Rosh Hashana Table! Love, The Jewish Hostess

4 Comments 12 August 2016

 (Enjoy my Rosh Hashanah table setting from September 2011!)

Dear Hostesses,

Even though Rosh Hashanah came a little bit later this year, for some reason I was still scrambling till the last minute. Thank goodness  it all came together somehow by the time it was time to light the candles! Setting my table took about three days, (believe it or not), and of course it always looks so effortless when the guests walk in.

1- My tablecloth- a simple linen hem stitch cloth was the backdrop for the beautiful dishes that my mom packed up as a gift to me before the holiday. She had owned them for about 40 years, and I seem to remember the navy dishes with the gold scrollwork being piled high at the the disco-dinner party that my parents had made for my older brother back in the 70’s. Looking back, she still wishes that she had ordered more than service for 18. Out of curiosity,  I checked on Replacements.com and actually found these dishes! Unfortunately they are out of stock but will let me know if they ever uncover any more.

2- My napkin rings are lucite each napkin ring has a small hole to display a flower. You can purchase them at The Jewish Hostess Shop.  I didn’t want to deal with keeping real flowers alive with water that would spill on everyone’s new holiday clothes, so I sent my daughter to the flower district on 28 Street between 6 and 7th  in Manhattan to find very real looking orchids which we snipped with scissors and slid into each ring.

 

3- Honey dippers- I bought these wooden honey dippers from www.craftparts.com. They were so inexpensive! About $30. for 50 of them. The little kids had a great time sliding them into the lucite napkin rings, and I also bought honey sticks (not shown) which we also slid into the napkin rings on the kids table.

 

4- I have about 6 of my grandmother’s little crystal shot glasses (above), so I poured some honey into each of them and spread them along the length of the table.

5- I had a lot of fun putting together my centerpiece of “new fruits” for my Rosh Hashanah table. Last year I purchased this L’Objet centerpiece bowl from Parci Parla, and I knew that it would be a perfect match for my mom’s gold dishes. I purchased a gold apple for about $15 from “Aimee”, and a gold butterfly from Karen’s Invitations on Avenue U  and then ran into Ouri’s fruit store to get whatever new gorgeous fruits that were still left on the shelves. Ouri had the best Medjool dates, mini pineapples, dates on the vine, concord grapes, champagne grapes, raisins on the stem, Meyer lemons (which gave a pop of color), and several more fruits which I cannot remember the names. (If you really want to know ALL of the names of these fruits then I give you permission to email Martha Stewart with any questions and I’m sure she will answer you right away- let me know!)

6- I love these little tasting spoons and bowls that I found online from  http://www.worldmarket.com, and I especially loved how cool all of the red pomegranates seeds looked lined up in the white ceramic tasting spoons before we said the Beracha.

7- Sugar in a mini silver dish…. (above), and “sillet”(next to the apple and the medjool date) made by my mother in law- which is a Syrian recipe for the gourd. I will hopefully post this gourd recipe by next Rosh Hashanah!

After this pic was taken, we put out the rest of the berachot which included leek edjeh, (fried patties made by my mother in law) sugared quince, and loobiah (meat stew made with black eyed peas)


8. Note the natural honey in the wood crate  from Ouri’s fruit. Ouri warned the women in the fruit store not to let their families eat the “waxy” exterior which he said is not kosher. Just serve the delicious honey that drips out!

Shana Tova Oometukah to all of my Jewish Hostesses!!!! Love, Marlene

P.S. Check out Candy Gabbay’s Missoni Mania Rosh Hashanah table!!!!

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Roasted Saffron Chicken with Figs and Drizzled Honey

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Roasted Saffron Chicken with Figs and Drizzled Honey

6 Comments 20 August 2013

Chicken with Grilled Figs and Drizzled  Honey

Marinated Chicken with Roasted Figs and Drizzled Honey

Marinated Chicken with Roasted Figs and Drizzled Honey

Ingredients

  • 1 package of chicken thighs
  • 2 tbs oil
  • pinch of saffron, salt and pepper mixed in with 1/4 cup olive oil as a paste
  • 1/4 cup Canola Oil
  • 1/3 cup honey plus for drizzling
  • Package of fresh figs sliced in half

Instructions

  1. Sautee sliced onion in canola oil
  2. Cook till onions till translucent and slightly caramelized.
  3. Add salt pepper and saffron add to olive oil and coat chicken.
  4. Put chicken on top of caramelized onion and put in oven with drizzle of honey on top at 350 covered till almost cooked through.
  5. About 20 minutes before ready, check if too much liquid in pan. Drain and add some sliced figs and drizzle again with honey on both chicken and figs cook uncovered.
  6. Raise the temp in oven and baste to get a nice color Enjoy!!!!
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On Rosh Hashanah, many Jewish Hostesses make a huge effort to include new fruits in their recipes for their holiday menu. These new fruits symbolize a fresh start to another New Year .  Not typically found throughout the year, the royal “fall fig” ripens in August. Sweet ingredients such as honey (used to dip with apples  for the Rosh Hashanah seder)  are also sought after for the many dishes that we plan to prepare. No need to let that holiday anxiety creep in! This easy  recipe for Roasted Saffron Chicken with Figs and Drizzled Honey submitted by  jewreallylove2cook on Instagram is not complicated, and  is the perfect addition to your Jewish New Year’s holiday menu!

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The Jewish Hostess Jewel Toned Sweet Rosh Hashanah Table 2012

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The Jewish Hostess Jewel Toned Sweet Rosh Hashanah Table 2012

2 Comments 12 January 2013

 Enjoy this repost of my Rosh hashanah table setting from 2012!

What will be YOUR Rosh Hashanah table decor style for 2013?

This Rosh Hashanh (2012), I decided to purchase two ram’s horns as accents to my Rosh Hashanah table decor. The horns flanked a centerpiece of gorgeous orchids and ruby red roses and “new” Rosh Hashanah fruits embedded within the display- all designed by  Shirley Bar Nathan.

Originally I had planned on using jelly apples with butterfly place card holders on each dish (pictured down below), but the jelly apples were a little more tedious than I had anticipated, so I ended up using about 10 of them as an accent on the table. I bought a couple dozen bumble bee sugar shapes on Amazon.com.
Sugar Bumble Bees Cake Decorations (1 dz)

My napkin rings were simple burgundy strips of tied velvet ribbon that picked up upon the colors of the pomegranate and the new fruits within the table’s centerpiece. A simple wood honey dipper (saved from last year’s Rosh Hashanah table setting) slipped into each “napkin ring” served as extra Rosh Hashanah table themed decor. Every table setting had their own little individualized plate of Simanim, which made it much easier to clear away and serve my dinner buffet style on the server. Candles and little golden tea lights added to our romantic themed new year’s table. Email me with any questions! Wishing all of my hostesses a healthy an happy and successful year!

P.S. PLEASE FOLLOW @thejewishhostess on Instagram for up to the minute new recipes and table setting ideas shared by Jewish women worldwide.

 

 

(photo taken by the housekeeper at the start of the holiday)

 

 

 

 

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Warm Breakfast Quinoa With Almond Butter and Cinnamon

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Warm Breakfast Quinoa With Almond Butter and Cinnamon

8 Comments 04 January 2012

This morning I couldn’t wait to start Sari’s Sugar Detox so I cooked up  a breakfast recipe that was inspired by the Couldn’t Be Pareve website. I omitted the sugar and replaced it with a little bit of honey.  This recipe is gluten free, soy-free, and vegan. I really enjoyed this warm nutty quinoa. It really made me feel like I was finally giving myself a great start to a long day. You may have to play around with the amount of cinnamon or honey that you prefer, but feel free to add a variety of fruits or ground flax seed. This quinoa recipe is large enough for at least 2 people so make sure to share it with a family member or just cut the recipe in half.

I can’t guarantee that your kids will say that it tastes as good as a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, but you can give it a try! Enjoy ! Marlene

Warm Breakfast Quinoa With Almond Butter and Cinnamon:

kosher recipe ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup apple sauce
  • 1/4 cup water or almond milk
  • 1 tablespoon almond butter
  • 1/2 tablespoon of honey
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 cup cooked quinoa
  • dried fruit and nuts for topping
  • honey for topping (optional)

Combine the first five ingredients (apple sauce through cinnamon) in a small saucepan. Cook over medium-high heat, stirring frequently, until the almond butter and honey are melted and the mixture is hot. Add the quinoa and stir until hot. Divide between two bowls and top with dried fruits and nuts. Drizzle with honey if desired.

 

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Gourmet Challah Recipe with Eucalyptus and Wild Flowers Honey From Israel

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Gourmet Challah Recipe with Eucalyptus and Wild Flowers Honey From Israel

No Comments 23 October 2011

This year, I sent all of my Jewish Holiday Hostess Gifts from Negev Nectars. Negev Nectars helps subsidize Israeli farmers by promoting their delicious olive oils, jams, chutneys, Israeli tea, Sweet and Savory Spreads, and more. Packaged beautifully, there  are several price ranges for every type of holiday gift that you’d like to send. My family  especially loved the Cherry Tomato Spread, the Yellow pepper and Lemon Salsa, and the Green Olive Tapenade. Try them all!!!! Marlene

 Two Honey (from Negev Nectars) Challah Recipe

(challah recipe for 3 small loaves)

Negev Nectars Honey

  • 2 packs of yeast
  • 2 cups of warm water
  • ½ cup of sugar
  • ½ cup Negev Nectars Eucalyptus Flower Honey
  • ½ cup Negev Nectars Wild Flowers Honey
  • 3 tsp salt
  • 1 cup light vegetable oil
  • 4 eggs, beaten
  • 7 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 cup whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup mixed seeds: poppy, sesame, nigella, cumin seeds

 

How to Make This Honey Challah Recipe from Negev Nectars Honey:
  1. Pour the yeast into the warm water, and let soak for 10 minutes, until yeast is active.
  2. Add sugar, Eucalyptus Honey, salt and vegetable oil to yeast.
  3. Add 3 beaten eggs and 4 cups all purpose flour. Stir until smooth.
  4. Add 3 more cups of all purpose flour and 1 cup of whole wheat flour.
  5.  Stir until dough is soft.
  6.  Turn onto well-floured board/table. Knead until smooth (about 10 minutes). Put the dough into a greased bowl and allow rising for 1-2 hours.
  7.  Turn onto floured board again. Cut into 9 equal portions.
  8. Braid into 3 loaves. Place on greased pans.
  9. Glaze with remaining beaten egg, Wild Flower Honey, and seed mixture.
  10. Allow to rise for 1 hour.

Bake at 350 degrees for 45-60 minutes.
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Fashion Isha’s Rosh Hashanah Table Decor- Stunning!

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Fashion Isha’s Rosh Hashanah Table Decor- Stunning!

No Comments 24 September 2011

 

Thank you Sharon from Fashion Isha for sending in your Rosh Hashanah table decor!

Hi Marlene,
Shana Tova-
Here’s what I did:
I purchased yellow tulips and daisies, red roses, apples, pomegranates, lemons and honey from my local grocery store. I purchased flower pots, crystal bracelets, ribbons and mini jars from my local craft store. I placed 4 different sized vases (that I found around the house) in the center of the table and added the fruit and flowers keeping each type of flower separate and keeping all four vases at different elevations. I also placed some apples and lemons around the base of the vases.
I place a bracelet around each flower pot and placed a pomegranate inside. I then filled the mini jars with honey and tied a red ribbon around each one. A pile of sheer gold ribbon makes a gorgeous base for the centerpiece or they can be laid across the table as runners.

Thanks!

 

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Whole Wheat Apple or Peach Crisp with Granola Crunch Topping

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Whole Wheat Apple or Peach Crisp with Granola Crunch Topping

1 Comment 05 August 2011

This recipe is adapted from Bitayavon- the fabulous new kosher recipe and food magazine . Check it out!!!

The original recipe called for apples but I had tons of ripe peaches that I needed to use up….

I also doubled the Bitayavon recipe for a large Shabbat crowd.

  • 10 ripe peaches, you can add 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 2 tablespoons of brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
  1. Mix the above ingredients with cubed peaches in a bowl.
  2. Bake in a baking dish till soft and bubbly.

Granola Topping:

  • 2 cups of whole wheat flour
  • 2 cups of oats
  • 6 tbspoons of brown sugar
  • 3/4 cup of safflower oil
  • 6 tablespoons of honey or maple syrup or more to taste.
  1. Mix above ingredients except for honey or maple syrup  and press into a baking dish.
  2. Bake 15-20 minutes till firm.
  3. Drizzle honey or maple syrup over hot granola crunch.
  4. Serve peaches in individual pretty bowls with granola sprinkled on top.

This is an easy and very healthy, gourmet looking dessert. Try it and let me know if your family liked it as much as mine did!!!

Thank you  Bitayavon for the great recipes!!!!

Keep them coming!!!

Shabbat Shalom!

Did you enter our Shabbat Table Setting Contest yet????

Marlene

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SUGAR DETOX- DAY 2!

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SUGAR DETOX- DAY 2!

6 Comments 02 May 2011

 

Hi Detoxers,

The greatest part about being on the challenge is  changing the way you are eating, and looking to make long lasting changes for the betterment of their health and wellness. Who knows how this is going to snowball. There is a ripple effect whenever someone is on to something big- and ridding sugar from your diet is BIG!

All I can say is “Hooray to US!”

A major part of the success of this challenge is your “e-mail buddy”.

I’m still pairing people up, so send me a note if you need help!

I’m  receiving such exciting feedback  on how  women on the Detox are beginning to gain awareness of what foods are being put in their bodies. More awareness than ever before!
For instance, a bite of “this” and taste of “that,” – usually the thought was, oh, its only a little piece of cookie…cake..etc..
Most people never realized the hidden sugars that are found in many foods like breads, dressings and white rice sushi.

Here is the question of the day:

Can I use cane juice or cane fiber? How about honey?

One hundred grams of dried cane juice is pretty much the same thing as 100 grams of other sweeteners, no matter what you call it. Dehydrated cane juice is sugar. It simply sounds like a whole food.”

Every commonly used sweetener is as bad as sugar when it makes up a significant part of the diet.

Albeit, evaporated cane juice does not undergo the same degree of processing that refined sugar does.
It’s benefits is that it does retain trace vitamins and minerals.
Cane juice has the same amount of calories as sugar but since its  sweeter, you might get away of using less of it than sugar-which is always good!

There are mixed reviews about whether honey is better than sugar. It depends on the individuals health and condition. Consider: Honey is a sweet, thick  fluid made by honey bees from the nectar of flowering plants. Honey is sweeter than sugar ( almost 100% sucrose), has more calories than sugar and raises the blood sugar even more than white sugar. The plus side is that  raw honey reportedly has medicinal benefits and contains enzymes and small amounts of minerals and B-complex vitamins.

Whether you’re talking about cane sugar, honey, barley malt or sucanat , they’re all primarily simple sugars, simple carbohydrates.
People should understand that, if they’re eating 150 pounds of sugar a year and you change that to 150 pounds of barley malt, you’ll have the same problems with your immune system and blood sugar levels you would have if you are eating the sugar.

The bottom line is- use these sweetener substitutes sparingly!

From my own experience, I  use as much “real” food  sweeteners as possibly. Eating a sweet potato  is a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth. If someone told me that last year, I would of thought they were crazy. A sweet potato vs. Oreos? No way!  I can assure you, its works. If you are new to detoxing from sugar it will take some time to retrain your taste buds. When you can start tasting the sweetness of a carrot or even the sweetness in brown rice, thats when you know you’ve got it.

Until then, use sweeteners such as Agave, Stevia, honeycomb raw honey,-use it sparingly and if needed. Notice how you may need  a certain amount of sweeteners on week 1, and less of it by week 4 and so on.

Here is  typical food plan on a Sugar Detox:

Breakfast- steel cut oatmeal with greek plain yogurt and berries.

Lunch- Ezekiel wrap bread with black beans and brown rice, chumus

Dinner- vegetable soup, tossed salad, olive oil and lemon dressing topped with fish (or protein of your choice)

2 snacks per day if needed, examples-  apple with some walnuts, seasonal fruits, carrots.., yogurt with fruit

Comment below on with your progress!!

Please Note: This is a general guide on how to eat more healthy food and omit processed and refined flours and sugars.

It does not take the place of private counseling. My goal on this site is to bring awareness to eating in a healthy and balanced way; to lose weight, feel great and ward off diseases that so many Americans are faced with.

Good News!

I am offering a free health history evaluation in person, or by phone for those who are interested in receiving individualized recommendations and nutrition advise based on your goals.

Its my pleasure to help you!

Sari Dana 917-517-7542

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Prepare For Your Sugar Detox Today!

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Prepare For Your Sugar Detox Today!

21 Comments 01 April 2011

Hello Sugar Detoxers!

Please SIGN UP now to receive your free daily sugar detox newsletter!

Can you go a day…. a week ….. or how about a month without eating sugar?

I did it and so can you!

As the Passover holidays culminate, we, as Jewish women are ready to give back to ourselves by focusing in on what our bodies need right now. So, if you have been thinking about making an empowering life changing event to improve your health and well being- then this “30 Day Sugar Detox Challenge” is for you.  Join me with hundreds of women to take control of their bodies, this Monday May 2, 2011  as we will begin our “30 Day Sugar Detox Challenge.”

Americans are faced with all kinds of addictions- and sugar is at the top of the list. The worst part about it, is that sugar is an addiction that usually begins as a child and can last a life time.

Through that time period, the sugar consumers are faced with  the #1 health challenge -which is to simply stop eating sugar!
I know the Jewish women WANT to rid sugar from there lives, but not everyone has the courage to do so.
Here is a little help to kick this habit- who knows- it might even be for good!
Monday May 2, is our start date to kick the Sugar Addiction for a 30 Day Sugar Detox Challenge.

COMMENT BELOW IF YOU WILL BE JOINING US ON OUR SUGAR DETOX!!!

Sunday May 1st (my birthday) is preparation day.

This is the day to tell all your friends and family. Everyone can be included!
Proper planning is the key to success.
So let’s begin:
#1. You will need a Sugar Detox Buddy.
This is the person who you will speak or e mail  on daily basis, for support, questions or just to help you through a hard day.
#2. Go over your pantry and start reading ingredients. If the ingredients are:
Sugar, High fructose corn syrup,  brown sugar, cystallized sugar, fructose, maltose, sorbitol,evaporated cane juice,syrups, xylotol or anything ending in “ose”- than that food  is not for you!
There are many names for sugar- if your not sure- simply google it- ask your support buddy- or ask me!
#3. Be aware for hidden sugars as in; mayonnaise, ketchup, salad dressings, sauces, corn flake crumbs,marinades and fat free foods.
These foods almost always are filled with sugar.
#4. Alternative sweetness to use:

  1. Stevia – zero calories(make sure its 100% Stevia)
  2. Agave (60 cal per teaspoon)
  3. Raw Honey-(More Medicinal)

#5.  If there are certain  foods that  are a temptation to you (like home baked chocolate chip cookies are for me) throw it in the garbage…give it to your house keeper…sell it on ebay…….just get it out of your house!
Most Important Tip:
#6 Mentally prepare yourself. If you want to succeed-you need to believe that you can do this!
Remember: “The most important things said- are the things you say to yourself”

More information is coming…

Live Your Life Happy
AND Healthy!

Saris 30 Day Sugar Detox Challenge.

Sari Dana
Health Coach
Fitness Proffesional
Sari@Dananyc.com

Sari Dana
917-517-7542

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Sugar Detox Day 9 and 10

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Sugar Detox Day 9 and 10

1 Comment 18 April 2010

Hi Detoxers,

This week, I  had the privilege of accidentally being included in a chat session with a bunch of girls that are on our “30 Day Detox Challenge!” I was SO impressed by the support and dedication that they were giving each other. I couldn’t believe what was going on…questions, answers, thoughts, and  simply being there for each other. It truly brought tears to my eyes. It was a wake up call to me…as I was reading, I was thinking “this is really happening!”  Its not just a bunch of emails. There are really groups of girls that are really  coming out of their comfort zone… changing the way they are eating, and looking to make long lasting changes for the betterment of their health and wellness. Who knows how this is going to snow ball. All I can say is “Hooray to US!”

A major part of the success of this challenge is your “e-mail buddy”
I’m still pairing people up, so send me a note if you need help!

I’m  receiving such exciting feedback  on how  women on the Detox are beginning to gain awareness of what foods are being put in their bodies-more awareness than ever before!
For instance, a bite of “this” and taste of “that,” – usually the thought was, oh, its only a little piece of cookie…cake..etc..

Most people never realized the hidden sugars that are found in many foods like breads, dressings and white rice sushi. Others are just amazed at how well they are doing!

Here is the question of the day:
 Can I use cane juice or cane fiber? How about honey? After researching a little, this is what I came up with:

”One hundred grams of dried cane juice is pretty much the same thing as 100 grams of other sweeteners, no matter what you call it,” says a nutritionist at the respected Bastyr University, in Seattle, Washington.

“Dehydrated cane juice is sugar. It simply sounds like a whole food.”

 The author thinks that virtually every commonly used sweetener is as bad as sugar when it makes up a significant part of the diet.

Albeit, evaporated cane juice does not undergo the same degree of processing that refined sugar does. 
It’s benefits is that it does retain trace vitamins and minerals. 
Cane juice has the same amount of calories as sugar but since its  sweeter, you might get away of using less of it than sugar-which is always good!

There are mixed results about whether honey is better than sugar. It depends on the individuals health and condition. Consider- Honey is a sweet, thick  fluid made by honey bees from the nectar of flowering plants. Honey is sweeter than sugar (100% sucrose), has more calories than sugar and raises the blood sugar even more than white sugar. The plus side is that  raw honey reportedly has medicinal benefits and contains enzymes and small amounts of minerals and B-complex vitamins.

Whether you’re talking about cane sugar, honey, barley malt or Sucanat , they’re all primarily simple sugars, simple carbohydrates.
  People should understand that, if they’re eating 150 pounds of sugar a year and you change that to 150 pounds of barley malt, you’ll have the same problems with your immune system and blood sugar levels you would have if you are eating the sugar.

The bottom line is- use these sweetener substitutes sparingly!

From my own experience, I  use as much “real” food  sweeteners as possibly. Eating a sweet potato  is a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth. If someone told me that last year, I would of thought they were crazy. A sweet potato vs. Oreos? No way!  I can assure you, its works. If you are new to detoxing from sugar it will take some time to retrain your taste buds. When you can start tasting the sweetness of a carrot or even the sweetness in brown rice, thats when you know you’ve got it.
Until then, use sweeteners such as Agave, Stevia,(more about these next time) honeycomb honey, cane fiber or cane juice,-use it sparingly and if needed. Notice how you may need  a certain amount on week 1, and less of it by week 4 and so on.

To my “Detox Buddies”:

Another great Sugar Detox on Friday and Saturday,(though splurged on empanadas!-but no sugar)  I visited my sister in law Olga on Shabbat who is doing great on the challenge, I have to say I was so impressed, her house was filled with great choice snacks, such as, dried mango from the health food store, raw unsalted pecans, fruits and dates- way to go!
my mind and body are feeling good.

Send in your questions! I will address questions through this News Letter. There may be a delay when answering individual questions-but I will get to them!

Send me your comments on how you are doing. The challenges that your facing, and/or the success that is coming your way. You can sign it anonymous or your name-your choice! We all want to know what’s going on!!

Note: since my email list grew considerably, I needed to upgrade my Blackberry. Upon switching phones, I lost many valuable email addresses and cell phone numbers. So, I have a favor to ask of you. When you receive this e-mail news letter, please ask your friends or family if they received it as well-if not-please let me know!

Pass it on: Smartbells Class Fridays @9:45
Power Sculpt
Sundays @9:15

Let me know if you need info on it.

I am reserving spots for friday May 7-an exciting class experience. 10:00-12:00 RSVP! (Free Class) my gift to YOU!

What you DESIRE you will ACHIEVE.

Till tomorrow!

Sari

Group Movement Lifestyle Enthusiast

Sari Dana
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