“The basic reason we need sodium is osmotic pressure, a pressure on the inside and outside of the cell. Our bodies are supposed to be salty. We absolutely need a teaspoon and a half of salt a day to […]
Tongue is one of the most amazing dishes that, if you can handle the concept of what it is you’re cooking, will be many delicious meals. It’s the kind of meal that makes you wonder why you’re cooking it, but after you taste it you’ll wonder why you haven’t been eating it your […]
Breakfast quiche is a delicious all in one meal that can be made ahead of time and served warm or cold. This meal can save time and satisfy many.
Start with a GAPS approved pie crust that is a savory gluten free and sugar free recipe which works in […]
Pie pumpkins are small, often darker in color and cost roughly $2.86. They yield roughly 4 cups of pumpkin.
Jack-O-Lantern pumpkins are four times the size of pie pumpkins, nearly the same color and cost $4.00. They produce roughly 18 cups of pumpkin.
Cooking with olive oil is a common practice. Restaurants do it, personal chefs do it, even housewives do it. The topic has been debated for years. Many “experts” say cooking with olive oil is beneficial, however, doing so may be more than harmful.
“NEVER cook with olive oil. Never heat, never cook with it. Nut […]
Croup is a common respiratory challenge most evident in children involving inflammation and mucous resulting in a heart stopping barking cough. This infection of the upper airway is scary for the child and the parent. Croup is most often brought on by a virus and can go away on its own in three to seven […]
Going to a party with a restricted diet is daunting. Taking your own dish that looks fantastic and tastes delicious is not just beneficial to there being a food option for yourself, it’s a memorable addition to the celebration.
Pumpkin: cheddar cheese
Eyes and mouth: […]
Brewing Kombucha is a bit intimidating at first. Most every person brewing this delicious and beneficial tea considers the thought, “What if I’m doing it wrong? Is this mold?” As the new SCOBY forms it does sometimes look moldy. The easiest way to tell if it’s moldy is to wait.
Allow the SCOBY […]
Every person has a microbiome, a balance of good bacteria and bad bacteria in your gut that regulates the proper function of your body. When the good bacteria is compromised the bad bacteria can grow prolifically, unchecked. This creates all sorts of problems for many people.
If you were to open up your intestinal tract […]
We’ve tried countless sourdough recipes for hamburger buns over the years, working the recipe and reworking the recipe looking for a version that holds up to a quality burger. This recipe is the winner so far. It is the easiest and most consistent. It works amazingly well as a hot dog bun recipe […]
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