I feel like I haven’t been sharing nearly as many recipes as I would like to with you lately!
I’ve been working on this book like a crazy person lately, making about 3-4 recipes a day (creating, testing, testing & re-testing), as well as photographing, editing, keeping up with my design work and studying. Read the rest of this post »
Okay guys, I’ve got a little something to tell you!
I have been working behind the scenes on it for months and months now, and I can’t really keep it a secret anymore because I am SO EXCITED and because theres not really much point to it being a secret any more!!
I am working on a cookbook for all of you my lovely readers. It will be in ebook/PDF format (perhaps one day even in print?).
I’ve been working so hard on this thing for months now on the recipe development, testing, photographing, designing and editing – and I’m only about halfway through. Read the rest of this post »
Happy Halloween party people!
Halloween isn’t really a big thing over here, no one really celebrates it, although it is getting better year by year. So it’s actually pretty dang exciting to find a organic carving pumpkin at the local health food shop – I had never even seen one in real life before until earlier this week!
Me and Ash celebrate halloween by watching a bunch of not-scary scary movies, like the Scream trilogy (one of my faves). I can’t watch actually scary movies, like all the recent paranormal-saw-weird crap that I can’t believe anyone actually enjoys. Read the rest of this post »
Do you ever have those days when you just feel crappy? Slow, sore, tired, foggy, swollen, headache-y or puffy?
When you have allergies, food intolerances or an autoimmune diseases like celiac, you will likely have inflammation in the body. And if your anything like me you can actually feel this happening inside your body. I get sore/swollen feeling feet, a swollen-type headache, tiredness, fogginess and just a general ‘puffy’ feeling.
This happens to me the days following an accidental gluten or dairy reaction, or after I take a strong detoxifying supplement like chlorella (it feels like I’ve stirred it all up inside), or even if I just stay out late. Read the rest of this post »
Corn tortillas are mine and Ash’s favourite gluten free wrap, whether I’m eating it with mexican fillings or not. They do have a corn flavour, but I still find that it works with almost all other flavours.
Seriously, there’s not a lot in the GF food world that beats a fresh, warm corn tortilla, straight from the pan. You can make breakfast burritos, salad wraps, tofu chicken + lettuce wraps, or whatever mexican fixings you like!
To make corn tortillas, you need a special flour called masa harina, which is corn flour that has been processed with lime juice. Read the rest of this post »
No you can’t change the genes your given, BUT diet and lifestyle can change the way these genes are expressed.
This is powerful stuff. No longer do we need to think of diseases as inevitable because of our genetics.
About 5 weeks ago I was siting in my naturopaths office when she mentioned in passing that they do Gene Profiling. I almost fell out of my chair I was so excited. I had heard about this test and wanted to get it done, but didn’t know where to get it. Read the rest of this post »