Occasionally I crave the tuna of my childhood, sans the extra mayo, served with some health along with that traditional taste. Recently, on a late Sunday morning, I made this salad that each of my 3 kids gave a thumbs up to – victory. Continue reading
Contrary to what my friends think, I do let me kids drink soda. But there are some parameters; it’s got to be sweetened with pure cane sugar and flavored with real ingredients, like fruit, with no artificial sugars, colors or additives. Continue reading
I have a confession to make. I’m a food snob when it comes to tomatoes, and well, most foods to be honest. For example, I wouldn’t think of eating a “fresh” tomato in February. It was probably shipped from California or Mexico, I’m in NJ, looks round and red like a tomato, but tastes like cardboard with about as much nutrition. Continue reading
Did you know that many people have a genetic basis for whether they like or dislike the herb cilantro. Think about it, most of us either love it or hate it. I’ve never met anyone who’s in-between. Continue reading
The answer is yes, it can be, depending on how you order yours.
I know a very healthy person who drinks coffee everyday, black, no sugar. He is fit, lives a clean lifestyle, and his coffee preference reflects that. Continue reading
Who doesn’t love a freshly baked muffin? I think they’re even better when made with great ingredients and deliver some health benefits along with their sweetness. Because my son has egg & nut allergies, I omitted the walnuts and substituted 3 tablespoons of apple sauce and 1 teaspoon of baking powder for each egg, making these vegan. Continue reading
Soon, I’ll be posting how to shop, cook, eat real food, simply prepared from scratch. It is now widely accepted that doing this is the greatest thing you can do for your health, and the earth. Continue reading