I Like To Cook Now

I like to cook. That's easy for me to say now, since I cook 95% of the meals I eat. Two years ago, I made a deal with my husband that I will start cooking our meals. I'm happy to say that i'm proudly living up to that promise, and I have significantly expanded...

Beat The Winter Blues

Baby it's bloody cold outside. Cold to the point of depressing, for some.  So it goes without saying that during this dismal time, we have to take extra, good care of our minds and bodies. It's so very easy to sink into depression and despair during these long...

Turn Up Your Heat

Fall is in full swing beauties, and it's getting kinda chilly outside (my temperate beauties). As you pile on the layers to warm you up, don't forget to turn up your internal heat by putting warming foods into your body. These foods, which contain higher thermal...

Mango Kale Smoothie

Kale is my favorite vegetable. I put it in most of my juices and smoothies, and I make and drink them every morning.  Benefits of this dark, green leaf includes: ♥ It's high in vitmin A, C, K, Calcium and Iron. ♥ It's fat-fee..  ♥ It's...

Kasha Vegetable Medley

This Kasha medley was a hit with my family. Kasha is basically roasted buckwheat, and though it has the name buckwheat, it is not a wheat. It's from the rhubarb family. It's gluten free, stabilizes blood sugar, strengthens the kidneys, neutralizes toxins, has a high...

How To Extract Coconut Oil In Your Kitchen

Hey beauties, I did this video 3 years ago with my grandmother, who taught me how to extract coconut oil when I was 6 years old. The method used is not virgin as it was applied to a bit of heat. To make virgin coconut oil simply leave the milk out overnight and wait...

Quinoa Medley

I shared this recipe already, but i'm sharing it again using the recipe card. Do try and enjoy. It's become one of my favorite meals. And my family agrees. [yumprint-recipe id='7']

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