Did you know that herbs can help with inflammation?
Herbs and spices can be anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. These anti-inflammatory and antioxidant herbs have been used by Ayurvedic and Chinese medical practitioners for centuries. They are used in preparing food, brewed in the form of tea, taken internally, and used in balms to apply to the body.
Using these herbs and spices on a daily basis it can make a positive effect on your health.
It’s that time of the year when pickling cucumbers are abundant. Maybe your garden is providing you with a bumper crop, a friend has shared a bunch with you, or you purchased some from your local farmer.
However, how many can you eat fresh before they start to spoil?
Okay, so you have decided you want to make pickles. Is there more than one way to make pickles? Yes!
Cultured foods play an essential part in a healthy digestive system, and it is vital that more people consume them for their overall health.
Now I know that not everyone loves fermented sauerkraut as much as I do, so with this in mind, I began to brainstorm how to get more individuals to eat sauerkraut. (Okay, just for the record I genuinely enjoy getting creative)
This Chicken & Dumpling recipe was specifically created with the Weston A. Price guidelines in mind. Did you know that by fermenting the dumpling dough overnight makes it easier to digest? This dish turned out amazing; I’m so happy to share it with you.
2 to 3 Quarts filtered/spring water or chicken bone broth
4 to 6 Organic chicken thighs or other cut up pieces
1 to 2 Bay leaves
1 tbs. Celtic Sea salt
1 Chopped organic onion
2 Chopped organic celery stalks
3 Chopped organic carrots (rainbow carrots add a nice touch)
1 to 2 Minced organic garlic cloves
2 1/2 Cups stone ground organic spelt flour
1 tbs. Celtic sea salt
2 tbs. Whey
1/2 to 3/4 cup of filtered/spring water (or use yogurt in place of whey and water)
1/2 Cup organic butter
Ground pepper to taste along with any other herb and spices you would like to add
It’s easy for anybody to make a bottle of flavored infused olive oil as an edible gift or simply to get your chef on.
From cooking to dipping sauces for bread, sandwiches, and snacks of all kinds; it’s safe to say we only touched the surface for the various uses of edible flavored olive oils. There are many uses, such as.
I’m excited to share that my oldest daughter is pregnant and I will be a grandma next year (though I’m sure I’m too young for that LOL); what an exciting event.
The downside is, she currently in her second trimester with out of control acid reflux and vomiting.
After the countless internet searches for the “best remedies for acid reflux while pregnant” and “how to stop vomiting while pregnant” led her to examine the foods she was ingesting more closely. She has restricted the foods that upset her system but was still struggling to keep food down.
Since being pregnant she has lost 10 pounds. That being said the doctor gave her a script for nausea and acid reflux. Well, that helped both of those symptoms but then lead to serious constipation.