Blackstrap Molasses Latte

Blackstrap Molasses Latte

Blackstrap Molasses Latte You may have seen on instagram that my in-laws are visiting this week. While my mother-in-law is always creating the most amazing dishes for us to eat, her one culinary request for me is to make her my blackstrap molasses latte – it is...
Raspberry Pecan Oatmeal Bake

Raspberry Pecan Oatmeal Bake

This recipe for Raspberry Pecan Oatmeal Bake is one of my friend’s and family’s all time favorites. It is so easy to make and is perfect for brunch, cut into bars as a snack, or warmed up and topped with ice cream or whipped coconut cream for dessert. For those of you...
8 Ways to Naturally Balance your Cortisol

8 Ways to Naturally Balance your Cortisol

Cortisol is a necessary hormone produced by the adrenals, that assists in keeping our bodies in homeostasis. Our prehistoric ancestors benefited greatly from cortisol, as it is what allowed them to escape the wrath of a woolly mammoth or saber tooth tiger. In modern...
Resistant Starch Rice in the Instant Pot

Resistant Starch Rice in the Instant Pot

  After this article in the Washington Post, resistant starch and prebiotics have been getting a lot of press. Put simply, the act of cooking the rice with a bit of fat, and letting it cool for at least 12 hours, lowers the calories absorbed plus turns the rice...
Pea Sprouts and Mushrooms

Pea Sprouts and Mushrooms

Sprouted or germinated food has been around for centuries. In the past, most grains were eaten in the partially germinated form. Modern farming techniques prevent grains from germinating before they hit the table. The process of germinating seeds produces vitamin C...
Healthier Homemade Chocolate

Healthier Homemade Chocolate

For Valentine’s Day this year I made these sweet little chocolate hearts. Whole food chocolate is so easy to make at home, and completely customizable. These are simple, only contain 3 ingredients, and are soy free, dairy free, and refined sugar free. Everyone...

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