Homemade ghee (clarified butter) #Foodie Friday

It's been a long time since I did a food post. I suppose some of you don't know that I do that sometimes. There is a collection here on Beyond Meds. I also have a food blog that I've not posted on in a long time that has a lot more variation because I was doing it while my diet kept changing and changing as I learned what my body needed at any given time. ...

Food as medicine. Food sensitivities, too.

Food and diet has been critically important to my healing journey. Sensitivities are profound teachers that humble me again and again and teach me all manner of things about the nature of being human. I am finding more and more people who understand them in this way. What we are finding is that there is some spiritual significance in the very real (and sometimes potentially deadly) physical, biological and physiological reactions that so many people on the planet are experiencing with foods that used to be safe to eat. Of course there is also environmental significance to the phenomena. ...

Fermentation is a way to get probiotics naturally #foodie friday

Today I'm pickling sliced onions. Not only do I get yummy probiotics, I also get a quercetin rich food with enhanced vitamin C from the fermentation process. I don't tolerate quercetin supplements but do very well with naturally rich foods high in quercetin. I've also had difficulty in tolerating probiotic supplements the last couple of years, but lately can again eat carefully fermented foods and kefir. Many good healing substances in natural food products made in my own home. I'm profoundly grateful for natural whole food in my healing process. … [click on title for the rest of the post]

The politics of food, nutrition, vegan, paleo, etc. etc.

I mindfully use diet and food and herbs to heal my body/mind/spirit. Natural healing depends on it, but the information out there is sometimes very difficult to navigate. … [click on title to read and view more]

Multi-colored beets with cilantro and hemp seed pesto #foodie friday

Fresh cut beets look like candy! Roast them with garlic and onion too. Topped with cilantro and hemp seed pesto. … [click on title to read and view more]

Sweet potato chips (fried in coconut oil) homemade junk food #foodie friday

Had a hankering for something crunchy and I haven't eaten chips of any variety in eons (literally several years) ...so I did the only thing I could do in this circumstance...I deep fried my own sweet potato chips in coconut oil... photographed below is one of the batches...I ate each batch as the next batch fried...I'm shameless... … [click on title to read and view more]

Socca flat bread with cilantro pesto #foodie friday (grain free)

Today I only made enough for one serving so I used 1/4 cup of chick pea (garbanzo bean) flour. I tossed in half a small onion, a large garlic clove and a teaspoon of chia seeds. (yes I go crazy with variations) I didn't cook the onion or the garlic, I just tossed them all together with a tablespoon of olive oil and some salt and pepper too and then I blended it all with my immersion blender (my favorite small kitchen appliance). … [click on title to read more]

Green juicing… (#foodie friday)

Ingredients: Dandelion greens, parsley, celery, turmeric, apple, beet, cucumber I actually only used about 1/3 of the beet, 1/3 of the turmeric root, and half of the apple. I added 1/2 a tablespoon of hemp oil to the juice. Many veggie vitamins are fat soluble and like to be accompanied with some fat when ingested for more complete absorption. … [click on title for the rest of the post]

Soba noodles with bok choy, hemp seeds, ghee and garlic #foodie friday

This is a recipe for ONE serving. It's an easy recipe and doesn't take long at all. Double, triple, quadruple it as needed. 1.5 oz dry Soba 100% Buckwheat Wheat Free (this is the only brand I can eat as it's free of regular wheat -- buck wheat has no relationship to wheat so it's... Continue Reading →

GMO OMG: a film for #foodie friday

Today in the United States, by the simple acts of feeding ourselves, we are unwittingly participating in the largest experiment ever conducted on human beings. Each of us unknowingly consumes genetically engineered food on a daily basis. The risks and effects to our health and the environment are largely unknown. Yet more and more studies are being conducted around the world, which only provide even more reason for concern. We are the oblivious guinea pigs for wide-scale experimentation of modern biotechnology. This opens with a lovely poem and looks like a really wonderful and important film. Below I've included a list posts that consider our contaminated food supply… [click on title to read the rest]

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