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…]
Tugging rare Melrose apples from the rickety arms of orchards in Ohio has given way to gingerly laying a bag of golden crisps, which someone else picked, onto a conveyer belt. But the end result is the same: spreadable autumn, also known as apple butter.
These nectarous little fruits hold their own as they break down into a sensuous spread without added sugars or even apple juice. It’s the perfect topping for toast or muffins.
While berry season is winding down and apple season is just picking up, now is the best time of year to enjoy this exquisite combination of summer liveliness and kindling fall.
We’re officially rounding the seasonal corner. Put away your white shoes, kiss cherries goodbye, and at least locate your favorite sweaters and scarves. It’s almost time.
Not just an attention-grabber, but a statement of honesty as truffles are traditionally coated in chocolate. In the interest of having a treat that doesn’t make you nervous about setting off an allergic reaction, I decided to take a stand for the naked truffle.
I’ve been doubling down on healing my leaky gut. I was nearly recovered and symptom free last July when I over-did the trouble foods, causing a relapse and onset of a lot of my old symptoms. I hadn’t efficiently addressed the permeable gut lining. I had a volatile state of recovery, which I pushed too far.
One of the key ways to heal the gut lining is through adding things like L glutamine and gelatin to your diet. Per my friend and fellow blogger Sandra’s advice, I’ve started drinking a morning concoction of glutamine, grass-fed gelatin, slippery elm bark and marshmallow root. Yeah, I’m going all out assault. I’m done being sick and I’m stopping the potential permutations, like autoimmune disease, in their tracks.
Here’s a fun option for adding the healing gelatin into your diet, soothing your intestinal lining and your mind. Plus they’re like candy! Which is a foreign idea to anyone adhering to the candida diet or any other low sugar endeavor. Gummy Snacks!