For the last two summers, we have been using any available space we have in our 12th floor apartment in Staten Island, NY to grow our own food. Now is the time, April in the northern hemisphere, to get your garden ready for the season! Train up a child in the way he should go,… Continue reading Summer Gardening in the City
I've been teaching my daughter about the dangers of sugar. Since we have been working to eliminate sugar from our diets and our homes, new things come up all the time! Or old things, like our annual World's Finest Chocolate Bar Candy Sale... We can't sell chocolate but we will help our PTA raise money… Continue reading The Uncandy Sale
Today's lunch from Sun in Bloom made me so grateful that I can access good, clean, nourishing food. Those of us who are so privileged have an obligation to those who are not so blessed. Next time you go shopping, buy a few extra things, pack a little separate bag, and ask God to show… Continue reading #Eat #Give #Love #Live
When my children ask mommy for "chips", mommy's home made Krispy Kurly Kale Chips are definitely included in that category for them. The other alternative is our favorite Garden of Eatin' Sprouted Blue Corn chips, so don't worry friends, none of the real junk is passing their lips! People's main complaint about this leafy green nutrient powerhouse is that… Continue reading ReallyNourish Bites: Krispy Kurly Kale Chips – You can eat just one.
This is our answer to the the proverbial New Yorker's breakfast. We have eschewed that #BaconEggandCheeseonaRoll habit in favor of this variation, which is nutrient rich, toxin free, and absolutely scrumptious!!! 'Cado & Pro-Ve-lone on a Sprouted Muffin: We used these organic ingredients: 1/2 ripe Avocado 1/4 cup of Red Onion, diced 3 large pitted… Continue reading ReallyNourish Bites: ‘Cado & Pro-Ve-lone on a Sprouted Muffin
Source: A guide to autumn foods
Think about when something is on sale in the produce section. If it's on sale, the reason is usually because there is more of it available so they can charge less per unit or per pound, right? But why does the quantity available change? Answer: When food is in its God ordained season, it is abundant AND ALSO at its peak quality!