Here’s a great way to use up that leftover almond pulp from making almond milk. If you like banana bread (who doesn’t?) you get to have little banana bread muffins in no time with this easy, stir-it-bake-it-eat-it recipe. [Read more…]
Can I be totally honest?
I’m a little lost on the road to optimal health at the moment.
Okay, it’s time to lay off the pie for a post here. There is a phase between Thanksgiving and Christmas where I have to take it down a notch and recalibrate.
It’s nice to have the option of sweets, but they don’t make up the majority of foods to eat from day to day on the candida diet, or any other clean eating, immune-boosting regimen.
We need simple, practical ideas for foods to toss into a lunch bag over and over that will help us feel satisfied and excited for lunchtime while speeding along our healing.
Ideas like these easy grain-free wraps that can be used as tortillas for tacos, for sandwich rolls, or even cut up into triangles and baked for a corn chip-like snack.
My love for pumpkin goes deeper than the flesh.
Pumpkin seeds offer benefits to the digestive system, the nervous system and the bones by supplying necessary magnesium.
Soaking them de-activates enzyme inhibitors, which can block these nutrients from being absorbed, makes them easier to break down and softens them so you can make a nice pliable paté or spread. Being able to play with textures and flavors like this opens up a whole new vista for the palate. And I don’t know about you, but I crave new vistas.
Feliz Cinco De Mayo! A few days late, but never-the-less.
I’m a big fan of fish tacos. Especially when you top them with freshly made, spicy guacamole.
So here it the easiest, laziest fish taco recipe known to man.