Magical Blueberry Vanilla Chia Seed Jam – Oh She Glows
Before we left for our trip, I found myself with a couple pints of blueberries and a few spotted bananas to use up. I’ve been meaning to make my strawberry chia seed jam for a while now, so I ended up adapting my recipe using blueberries, all-natural sweetener, and a touch of vanilla. It turned...Read More
Healthy Strawberry Oat Squares with Homemade Jam – Oh She Glows
I wouldn’t call myself a procrastinator in most areas of my life, with the exception of a few things such as business taxes, receipt entering, and organizing my Recipes page. I usually accomplish my tasks before they are ‘due’ without feeling in a panic and I also like to arrive early for meetings, appointments, and...Read More
3 Reasons Why You May Not Be Able to Tolerate Coconut Milk | Chris Kresser
Coconut milk intolerance and constipation is spreading at the same rate with the buzz around using coconut milk in our diet on a daily basis.
Wildcrafting: Purslane is easy to grow and easy to find, with great benefits
At the NW corner of Liberty and Main streets, purslane grows through a crack while the hanging basket attracts the eye. Linda Diane Feldt | ...
Sugar Content of Fruits
Use our sortable table to see the sugar content of dozens of kinds of fruit. Fruits are nutritious foods and good sources of vitamins and minerals, but modern farming has made fruits much sweeter.
Butter Lettuce and Bok Choy Salad with Grapes and Toasted Almonds
A hint of ginger and toasted sesame seeds in a creamy dressing balances the flavors in this salad. Each bite is a tasty sensation, with crisp slivers of bok choy, crunchy almonds and the sweet burs…
IBS-Free At Last!
Low-FODMAP diet resources for people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Tools and workshops for health care providers. Edited by Patsy Catsos, MS, RDN, LD, author of The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook and the IBS-Free FODMAP Toolkit for RDNs.
Garlic Infused Olive Oil that keeps for months
Most recipes for garlic infused olive oil warn not to store a homemade infusion in the fridge for longer than a week. Use commercially peeled and sanitized garlic to avoid food poisoning. I’m…