Polenta is one of those recipes (kind of like risotto) that, if prepared in the traditional way, requires you to be chained to the stovetop during the duration of the cooking process, stirring regularly so it doesn’t stick on. As nice as the finished product can be, I’m just not interested in such a time-intensive…Read More
You might be thinking- What’s with the drink recipes?! Well, we in the Northeast have been through such a series of heat waves recently that developing a drink recipe sounds far more appealing than any other cooking! The first time I was exposed to chia in a drink was a bottle of kombucha with chia…Read More
A series of events (including running out of inventory and realizing I didn’t have any of the template paper with which I’ve printed the Candida Guide for years) led to a bit of revision and expansion of the guide. Plus a new cover! I figured if I had to create a new cover, I might…Read More
You’ll find many different fiber blends on the market. Some made exclusively from natural ingredients and others with not-so-natural additives. All are quite overpriced. We began making our own fiber blend years ago when I realized how inexpensive psyllium and flax are. Initially we just used ground flax mixed in water as our fiber supplement…Read More
I first tried kale chips at a local raw shop and couldn’t believe how good they were. But the cost was pretty prohibitive, so that just meant I needed to figure out a way to make them myself. They’re actually quite easy to make, and my kiddos LOVE them. What a great way to get…Read More
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