Make your own Sourdough Bread — it’s easier than you might think!
Monthly Archives: April 2014
Liver Pate’: The Tasty Way to Enjoy Liver
To quote our friend, Monica Corrado at Simply Being Well, “A paté is a sauté that is puréed with extra graisse.” Graisse is fat. As in fat-soluble rich, raw cholesterol-laden, nutrient-dense animal fat. Yes, butter, ghee, cream, duck fat, tallow, lard and egg yolks. Those highly valued sacred foods esteemed by our ancestors around the … Learn More
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Make Your Own Almond Milk
Sensitive to dairy and looking for a refreshing drink to start your day? Here’s a great alternative to the processed packaged almond milk that usually contains synthetic vitamin D and other unnecessary substances. Make your own almond milk. It’s easy and tasty!
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Kim-Chi to Your Defense
How much do you value your probiotic foods? According to Mark McDonald of the New York Times Koreans considered it a “national tragedy” in 2010 when they experienced a cabbage crop failure. Protect your gut and your overall health by starting a batch of kim-chi or sauerkraut today. Kim-chi is easy to make and is … Learn More
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Did you know that deep breathing speeds up your metabolism and helps you lose weight? In fact, your body needs oxygen to burn fat. If you are deficient, your body will create the type of cells that don’t need as much oxygen. These are fat cells. According to Pam Grout in Jumpstart Your Metabolism, breathing … Learn More
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