Yep, I’m big time going there…I refuse to wear tampons and pads any longer. No, I’m not in menopause! No, I’m not crazy! What I found was what every young lady and woman on this planet should know about…the Mooncup (UK) or MCUK. Why did I throw out all my feminine hygiene products and replace …View full post
This is a family recipe that I’ve tweaked to my taste for spicy Sicilian lasagna. A while back I was perplexed when reading a post about lasagna and cottage cheese. I’m Sicilian and would never put cottage cheese in lasagna. But, I was surprised to find out “why” people did…because they didn’t like ricotta cheese. …View full post
I love the Zuppa Toscano at that Italian “chain” restaurant. You know the one I’m talking about with those yummy bread sticks. I wanted that soup but without all the additives and garbage fillers. I tried a few recipes online and this is the closest I can find to what you get dining in. And …View full post
You can’t have soup without bread sticks. Well, I certainly cannot. I know people are staying away from grains and gluten consumption. What works for my family is substantially decreasing the amount of grains we consume AND when we do eat them, stick to the ancient sprouted grains. I personally like spelt flour. It has …View full post
I love corned beef brisket but I’m not a fan of the boiled down version. Here’s a flavorful and easy recipe that takes about 10 minutes to prepare, pop it in the oven, forget about it for 2 hours and then Voila! A meal that will look and taste like you slaved in the kitchen …View full post
A hearty and light dinner on those days where you just don’t want to spend a whole lot of time in the kitchen. This lamb chop dish with a fast saute topping is easy-peasy. I served with green beans and cous-cous but you can choose the side accompaniment that works for you and your family. …View full post
Sometimes it pays to think out of the norm…when reinventing classic recipes, I try to incorporate non-traditional animal protein that is lean and higher in content than plain old beef. Here is my twist on meatloaf using venison…a delicious, lean, high protein meat. If you don’t like venison because it’s too “gamey” then this recipe …View full post
Are you tired of paying over $4 a bottle for kombucha? Here is a guide on how to make your own kombucha SCOBY. A SCOBY is a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast. This is the probiotic benefit of drinking kombucha at home on a regular basis. The hardest part of brewing your own at …View full post
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Sometimes you just need to step back and take a good look around you. Don’t browse…LOOK at your surroundings; your home, your family, your friends, your blessings. I did just this over the last month…a good long, honest-to-goodness, hard look at what I’ve got to be thankful for. It seems only fitting that I post this now, in November, the month we Americans reflect on what we are thankful for.
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What’s the real truth about GMO’s? Monsanto and other “big business” GMO corporations state there is no harm in their use. Agriculture advocates, farmers and foodies state they are detrimental to our health. Here are the facts from both sides for you to make the decision for yourself about GMO consumption.
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There’s been a lot of debate lately on many real food blogs on what is right and what is wrong to eat.
I’ve been sitting back and just taking in all the information…some good, some not so good. I’ve been struggling with some of the bloggers I’ve come to love so much for their plethora of information and recipes. I’m struggling because there seems to be a shift within the REAL food universe that has gone from bloggers who research and provide information to an audience of willing readers, to blogs, posts and teasers about how certain foods, lifestyles and whatnot will strike you down dead if you consume them.
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It’s been a couple of days since I’ve posted Step 1: Stop drinking soda as part of the 15 simple changes that we can make to Get on the Road to Wellness.
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