Category: Basics

Buckwheat Wraps

I’ve made many changes to my diet over the past 12 years.  I have no regrets. I’m convinced that a proper diet that keeps inflammation down and your gut happy, is the way to go for whatever ails you. Many people won’t even consider… Continue Reading “Buckwheat Wraps”

Grain Free Spinach Tortillas

A few weeks ago I tried to make the plain tortillas on the back of the Otto’s Cassava Flour bag, they were really dry and I had to keep adding liquid. The final product was stiff and not so appetizing. This time I tried more… Continue Reading “Grain Free Spinach Tortillas”

Pie, Glorious Pie & A Few Other Holiday Must Haves

We had other foods on Thanksgiving of course that are my favorites, but I’ll start with the pies. There aren’t many people on the planet who dislike pie. I can’t even fathom such a crazy thing. I absolutely love that we can have food… Continue Reading “Pie, Glorious Pie & A Few Other Holiday Must Haves”

Homemade Organic Super Green Powder

I couldn’t be happier with our weather this summer. Heck, even spring was fantastic! The abundant sunshine and high temperatures have been great for the garden (and me!). I can’t believe I haven’t been gardening in raised boxes my entire life. From this point forward,… Continue Reading “Homemade Organic Super Green Powder”

Simple Roasted Vegetable Lunch

According to Dr. Terry Wahls who healed her Progressive MS with a nutrient dense diet that she specifically designed for her mitochondria and her brain, we should be eating 6-9 cups of leafy greens and colorful vegetables per day. Per DAY. The largest part of… Continue Reading “Simple Roasted Vegetable Lunch”

Spinach & Basil Pesto

I love pesto. It’s so versatile and easy to add to meat, vegetable, pasta, and zoodle dishes. My pesto is vegan and nut free and quite delicious, if I do say so myself. I don’t miss the cheese or the nuts. If you can tolerate goat… Continue Reading “Spinach & Basil Pesto”

Pulsing & How To Plan A Road Trip When You Have Food Allergies

Last week my mom and I spent some girl time in Montana. It was really nice to have a little getaway with just the two of us. As most of you know, with allergies and a chronic illness, there’s a bit of planning that… Continue Reading “Pulsing & How To Plan A Road Trip When You Have Food Allergies”

Coconut Milk Kefir Smoothie

I have fallen in love with making my own coconut milk kefir and yogurt. I’m addicted. I don’t know why, but it’s extremely satisfying and fun! You can bake with it, put it in smoothies, eat and drink it plain, and it’s extremely good… Continue Reading “Coconut Milk Kefir Smoothie”

Beef Bone Broth

You may remember a post from a few weeks ago where I touted the benefits of bone broth. In that post I used our leftover turkey carcass from Thanksgiving. Since then I’ve used that turkey bone broth in all kinds of dinner dishes and… Continue Reading “Beef Bone Broth”

Bone Broth For A Healthier You

When most of us hear the words bone broth I think soup usually comes to mind. However, did you know there is a big difference between broth, stock, and bone broth?  Broth is generally made with meat and a small amount of bones and… Continue Reading “Bone Broth For A Healthier You”

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