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Peeling Garlic. Enjoying Pomegranate.

Saturday, October 31, 2015      6 comments

OK, Eliz asked how to peel garlic? You'll need a Chinese cleaver for that. Break apart all the cloves and use a knife to cut off the stem ends. Do it for all the cloves. Then use a Chinese cleaver to smack them, one or more at a time. Not t... Read more

6 Heads of Garlic, Bacon Grease & Spinach, To Go Please

Monday, October 26, 2015      5 comments

So the spinach has been sitting in the fridge for a week. Not a good way to start bulk cooking. As you can tell, I don't feel like cooking today but the spinach will have to be thrown out if I don't. So here I go, the momentum will carry me over... Read more

The Truth About Cancer

Tuesday, October 13, 2015      4 comments

Free world premiere video starting today for 9 days. Very slick. Let me know if the link doesn't work. Enjoy.
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Why I Think Biopsy is a Bad Idea

Sunday, October 11, 2015      5 comments

This is just my opinion. It's not a medical advice. Consult your physicians for medical advices. My own research and conclusion has led me to believe that biopsy while being promoted as safe can be quite harmful and could be the beginning o... Read more

Sophie's Wisdom and a Kitchen Whisperer

Wednesday, October 07, 2015      6 comments

About a month ago, I had a chance to meet a dear friend, Heather, whom I haven't seen for over 20 years. Her teenage daughter, Sophie, is some sort of a horse whisperer. It was wonderful to see an old friend. To me it's as close to time travelin... Read more

Another Day in Cooking Paradise

Sunday, September 20, 2015      6 comments

Just kidding of course. We do what we have to do and I found that cooking big is better despite the hassle because I will always have foods. So salute to the food processors and the frozen food makers whom I got the idea from. I'm just doing the... Read more

Sixty Eggs, Zero Mistake; There is Hope

Tuesday, September 08, 2015      5 comments

Did I feel like cooking? Certainly not. But it's already two days late as I should have cooked them on Sunday. These eggs are from the farmer's market and they are best cooked the same day or the next day at the latest. Otherwise, I might as wel... Read more

5 Brutal Hours of Cooking

Monday, September 07, 2015      8 comments

It's brutal when you don't want to but you have to. Let's see what I got done in 5 hours. 4 lb of uncured bacon 1 lb of salmon 12 oz of shrimp (unfortunately I bought with the shell on, so I had to peel them) 6 small acorn squash ... Read more

I Am The Walrus, I Am The Eggman

Wednesday, July 29, 2015      7 comments

I ran out of eggs a week ago, so it's time to cook up some. 60 eggs and 2 mistakes of breaking the yolks. Not bad. Cooking time was 45 minutes with prep and clean up time about 30 minutes. I freeze them so I can have eggs for 30 days. Read more

Bamboo Leaf Tea, The Details

Sunday, July 05, 2015      4 comments

I used 4 large leaves. Washed and cut into one inch strips with scissors. 3 Qt of water. Covered and bring to a boil. Simmered for 25 minutes. Yielded about 1/2 gallon. Read more

Uncured Bacon, Dark Chocolate: Life is Good

Sunday, June 21, 2015      6 comments

I've been looking for uncured bacon for weeks with no success until I found them at Aldi today. No nitrates is good. They have always carried the dark chocolate from Germany. I also picked up some avocados to round out the good fats program. I h... Read more

Low Carb Solution to the Beer is good for bones

Sunday, May 31, 2015      5 comments

For years we've known that beer is good for the bones and connective tissues because of the silicon content. Silicon is good for bones, hair, skin and nails. A study with 1,700 women shows that moderate to light beer drinkers had much bette... Read more

Too Much Carbs; Time for Asparagus

Monday, May 25, 2015      5 comments

I've been drinking the mass quantity juice I made everyday and found that I'm gaining weight. What's worse is the arterial stiffness numbers. I have an expensive pulse wave machine that can measure that and it has put my arteries at 10 years old... Read more

Frozen Juice aka I Love Aldi

Sunday, May 10, 2015      4 comments

OK, 2nd round for making the juice. Thanks to Aldi who makes it possible with 99 cents Pineapples and celery. $2 Kale, 1.79 Spinach. Aldi allows me to continue with my juicing journey without going broke. Ingredients list: 14 lbs Carrots, 8... Read more

Coconut Milk Riddle: Solved

Sunday, May 03, 2015      8 comments

I've been wanting to make coconut milk from scratch for quite some time. At first I thought using the BlendTec blender would be the answer. But it's such a hassle that I never get around to do it, despite buying coconuts many times and had to th... Read more

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