This is one of those creations that you can throw together in minutes and they’ll think you’ve been slaving away in the kitchen for hours.
This is a family favorite. We’ve actually been enjoying this one for too many years to count. It never gets old. And depending on what dietary restrictions you may need to address, this works for most. It is gluten-free, low-carb & delicious. It can be served with crackers, bread or even raw veggies.
Impress your friends with this one. With a handful of ingredients that you may have hangin’ out in your fridge and pantry.
We are all familiar with the terms, free radicals and antioxidants. There’s a new one out there …oxidative stress. It’s a buzzword that seems to be fairly new in the conversation. One that we’re more recently focusing on. For good reason.
We love homemade soup in my household. Really love it. So here’s a question. How do you define homemade?
How do we know for sure that our plant-based supplements are safe and effective? That’s a really good question. We should always be cautious about what we take …for ourselves and what we recommend for our loved ones.
With all of the talk of instant pots these days, I’m going against the grain on this one. Nice and slow. To quote the folks over at Cooking Light, “some sort of magic happens over the long, controlled simmer in the slow cooker: The barley cooks to tender-chewy perfection, the inexpensive and tough beef becomes meltingly
So …what is this Nrf2 you’ve been hearing about lately? Simply put, it is “the guardian of lifespan that protects the body against disease, aging, and malfunction!” Profound statement, right? Let’s talk about the benefits of “biohacking” through your Nrf2 pathway.
A fulfilling life. What does that mean exactly? Let’s get the basics out of the way so we can concentrate on the core of this. You know what I mean by basics …like having our most fundamental needs met on a daily basis. Food on the table and a roof over our head. Good health
This Middle-Eastern inspired side dish is just too delicious to save for dinner. Pile it high on top of a generous amount of hummus. Add pita bread or naan. And you have everyone’s new favorite appetizer.
To start off, how many of you make your own homemade naan? I bet not too many hands went up on that one. I confess to being a newbie at this, too. I’ve made gluten-free naan-style bread many times but this was my first attempt at making regular naan.
Who doesn’t love fresh pastries? All warm and crispy, straight from the oven. That’s what you can have at home. With this easy recipe using frozen puff pastry dough. So yummy.