A unification of Japanese, Chinese and Mongolian traditions, known for its variety—particularly when it comes to condiments—Korean meals are generally grilled, stir-fried or stewed. Flavors vary among sweet, sour, s... Read more
Wake up your taste buds! Cooking with herbs and spices will enhance the flavor of healthy foods without adding fat, salt, sugar, or calories. Herbs and spices contribute bright color, savory taste and sensational aroma.
Tips for using herbs and... Read more
April showers might bring May flowers, but they also bring spring fruits and vegetables and the start of farmer’s market season throughout much of the country and that is equally—if not more—exciting. As we switch from warm soups an... Read more
Many of the same wholesome foods that you eat to help you glow from the inside-out can also be used externally, as shampoos, conditioners and hair masks. These vitamins, minerals, and oils that nourish your body also nourish your hair. Below you&rsqu... Read more
Ginger, pumpkin, apple, cinnamon, chocolate, peppermint. The flavors of the holidays are comforting and the perfect end to a wonderful meal. These recipes include nutrition-packed ingredients that turn holiday favorites into healthier treats the whol... Read more
For lunch I made soup. White chicken, carrots, turnip, cabbage and potatoes. I also put about 1/2 cup of ketchup. I have no idea how to add that had 2 cups.. Very good. Found one post that says 336 calories.. Thinking that might be too many calories?... Read more
This is the best Crock-Pot soup recipe ever written! White Bean Chicken Chili...Paleo, gluten free, dairy free, and delicious!
http://www.mynaturalfamily.com/recipes/g luten-free/slow-cooker-clean-eating-wh ite-chicken-chili-recipe/... Read more
What Is Ginger Good For?Ginger Nutrition FactsPrized for its medicinal and culinary properties in Asian cultures for thousands of years, ginger, also known as ginger root, is an underground rhizome. It's a little strange-looking, like a small, rounde... Read more
Forget the anti-nausea tablets! Chew a small piece of ginger or drink ginger beer / ale (there are also ginger capsules available) before setting out on a journey. Ginger will settle your tummy in no time, and it's safe for small children and during... Read more
The next time you get an upset stomach, you might be relieved to know that you don't have to down spoonfuls of gross pink fluid or chew chalky tablets. In case of bellyache, stock your fridge with one thing: Ginger. Hundreds of years ago, people... Read more
There are a variety of tips to prevent viruses. When you do find yourself not feeling well, there are various cold and flu survival guides to help you cope which is good since this year the fear of the flu is at an all time high.We have long known th... Read more
Baby carrots diced, yellow onion diced, olive oil, fresh ginger, basil, Thai red curry paste, basmati rice, unsweetened coconut milk-a small can, salt/pepper to taste, Garden Veggie bouillon cube and water. As always I use my own measurements but yo... Read more
today I made this carrot ginger soup. I used turkey broth we had in the freezer, plus onions, carrots, celery, ginger, a little apple cider, lots of good things! I cooked and added some beans, both white beans and black beans.
Don’t ask me fo... Read more
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