From now on, every Sunday, I will be answering your questions. I’ll answer as many questions as I can each week.
If I didn’t answer your question this week, please check back next week.
I love Twice Baked Potatoes even better than baked potatoes. They are so delicious, and I love that you can load in the high-quality raw fats. This will increase digestibility and enzyme content of your meal. Not to mention, if you are using sour cream and raw cheddar cheese, you get the benefits of fermentation of these foods.
I get a lot of questions in this blog and unfortunately, I’ve been remiss in answering them all. I’m sorry to say, I don’t always get to all the comments (sorry, everybody!). And I get way too much email so it’s hard to answer it all.
I really do want to answer everyone’s questions in a timely manner, so I’ve decided to start a new Q & A series to answer your questions.
I just opened up the latest edition of the Wise Traditions journal which arrived in my mailbox a few days ago. I love getting my quarterly Wise Traditions Journal, which is the publication from the Weston A. Price Foundation.
I was blown away by a couple of the letters in the Letters to the Editor section. I had to share a couple excerpts with you all. I know you’ll find them as fascinating as I do.
I had to share a couple excerpts with you.
Chili cheese dogs are a great all-American meal. They are nutritious, easy on the wallet and they make a great meal for the winter months. And children love them.
Unfortunately, nitrites that are added to processed meats can cause disease. These days, it’s easy to find “all-natural” grass-fed hot dogs with no nitrates added. Look for them at your local health food store.
I didn’t get any Christmas gifts this year other than my mom’s homemade Bing cherry preserves and some bay leaves from her garden (thanks, Mom!). Seth and I didn’t exchange gifts, nor did we exchange with our extended family. I’m not complaining. When you have kids, Christmas is all about them. I can’t tell you […]
I may not be in New England, but I still crave clam chowder in the wintertime. Even here in Southern California, it’s comforting to have something warm and nourishing on a cold winter night. It may not be blustery cold and snowing in Los Angeles, we do feel the chill in our bones during our cold, rainy season.
New England clam chowder is a milk- or cream-based chowder, traditionally made with potatoes, onion, bacon or salt pork, flour or hardtack (crackers), and clams.
This is an extremely nutrient dense meal. Clams are super nutritious — right up there with organ meats. They are very high in vitamin B12, zinc, and iron. In fact, they are the world’s richest source of iron (clams contain 9 times more iron than beef). Wow!
Happy New Year, everybody! It’s officially 2011. 2010 was a great year for me and for this blog — I hope it was a fantastic year for you, too. Life is short, after all, and we need to do what we can to make the best of it.
I’m a big believer in setting goals — because it is the goals and intentions I set that create the life that I am living. If you don’t set goals, nothing changes.
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