Tag: healthy recipes
Traditional cooking tips…Soak brown rice and other grains to get rid of phytic acid and make them more digestible.
Whole grains, such as brown rice, wheat, oats, etc, contain phytic acid, which stores phosphorus for the young bean plant. The problem comes when we humans try to eat untreated beans. The phytic acid in the bean acts as an enzyme inhibitor, which are needed for digestion. Pepsin, in the stomach, for protein, Amylase for…
Whole Food Recipes…Peanut Butter & Banana Smoothie with Pea Micro Greens
There are just those time when you have to have something sweet. Maybe you’re craving ice cream, or a shake. This little smoothie fits the bill, even with the micro greens added. Don’t add too many, or they will over power the flavor. To boost the nutrients even more, I’ve added some of my L.A.P.S.…
Traditional cooking tips…Soak beans to get rid of phytic acid and make them more digestible.
Beans, beans the magical fruit…Well, we all know that little saying. Beans are notoriously difficult to digest, causing many people digestive distress. Beans contain phytic acid, which stores phosphorus for the young bean plant. The problem comes when we humans try to eat untreated beans. The phytic acid in the bean acts as an enzyme…
Boost your Vitamin and Mineral Intake with L.A.P.S. Nut and Seed Mix
What would you say to a nut and seed mix that would supply nutrients to improve health throughout the body? This nut and seed mix, L.A.P.S., (linseed/flax-almonds-pumpkin seeds-sunflower seeds) does just that. L.A.P.S. provides a range of nutrients that help the body in many ways which include: improving skin, hair and teeth, boosting immunity, building…
Traditional Cooking Tip: Traditional cooks only use eggs from pasture raised chickens.
I am so lucky when it comes to eggs. A friend of mine raises chickens and I buy my eggs directly from her. I love her eggs. I don’t just get chicken eggs, but also turkey eggs and sometimes goose eggs. Here’s a short clip of Fountain Spring Farm. This was 2 years ago and…
Daily Traditional Cooking Tip: Make your own butter in 5 minutes or less
Have you ever bought a pint of cream for a recipe, and have a bunch left over? Make your own butter with the left overs. With our modern appliances, it’s so easy. Of course you can also make it by shaking cream in a mason jar, for about 10-15 minutes. A bit of a work…
Wholistic Living: The Truth About Coconut Oil — The Wholistic Hiker
Here is the latest wholistic living post from my little holistic hiking blog: Many in the medical and government nutrition communities demonize all saturated fats, including virgin coconut oil. A journal article, dated January 13, 2020, from the American Heart Association, says “ 625 more words Wholistic Living: The Truth About Coconut Oil — The Wholistic…
Make your own Greek yogurt at home!
Earlier this week I published an article highlighting 10 probiotic rich foods and why to eat them. Yogurt is definitely one of those fabulous foods, and YOU can make your own! I’ve been experimenting a lot lately with traditional cooking techniques and fermentation, including fermented dairy. I’ve dabbled with piima milk, sour cream, and kefir.…
The Wellness Mindset ~ Recipes: Creamy Cilantro Avocado Dressing
Today, on my main blog, I discussed the benefits of 1 daily avocado in relation to dementia prevention. So, I thought it only right to include at least one avocado recipe here. I love avocado, but my better half does not. I’d like to try and incorporate this healthy fruit into our daily diet, but…
10 Delicious & Healthy Chocolate Desserts to Share with the Ones you Love
Middle-Age Wisdom Recipes…I decided to search the internet for delicious chocolate recipes, but that are still on the healthy side. Many of these are vegan and/or gluten free. I hope you enjoy!