I am going to step away from our usual focus on the importance of nutrition in health for a moment. Fear not, We will return to our regularly scheduled programming…. Right now, our national house is on fire. Nationwide. Our house is burning. The flames of racism, white supremacy, and associated privilege have been carefully…

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I have made one large kitchen equipment purchase during this COVID shutdown. I bought a Breville Smart Oven Air. I think it may be the best appliance investment I have made in a long, long time. Every several days we invent a new recipe using the air fryer. These Mayamachos are one of them. They…

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Not long ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Jim Brown through social media. Yes, Jim Brown is his real name. About two years ago, he posted something about being diagnosed with a beef allergy. The symptoms had developed quickly during the previous year and had been steadilydestroying his health. I was so intrigued that…

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In times of near-apocalyptic crisis, it is natural to go into survival mode. For example, fearing the end of the world, people will go to the store in a panic and buy as much food and other household necessities as possible. In these times of COVID19’s swell, surge and spread, people are running true to…

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At The Heart of The Matter February 14th, Valentine’s Day ensures that our hearts are on our minds that day and throughout that month. And why not? After all, where would we be if we were heartless? Woe to the person who doesn’t follow their heart, or who is hard-hearted, or who doesn’t have their…

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If you have been out and about in the last couple of weeks, you probably noticed that the big shopping hubs are already playing Christmas music. By the first week of November, everybody knows that, along with some turkey and some mistletoe, Christmas carols are the alarm clock, waking us up to the social demands,…

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There is something life giving about eating food that you know is good for the body, the soul, and the environment. Zucchini noodles fit that category. Dress them with some amazing basil garlic pesto and you can sleep well knowing you have done yourself and the world a service. Check out the recipe below. Zucchini…

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Kunde- Kenyan Black Eyed Peas in Peanut Sauce This is a simple Kenyan dish, made with 5 ingredients. Black eyed peas with onions and tomatoes in peanut sauce is so delectable, even my 95 year old friend Ron liked it, and he doesn’t like anything but meats and sweets! Prep Time – 10 mins Cook Time…

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Warming and hearty red lentils, ginger and spices make this vegan, oil-free, gluten-free dish a family favorite. Prep Time – 40 mins Cook Time – 20 mins Total Time – 1 hr Course: Lunch, Main Course, Side Dish, Soup Cuisine: Indian Keyword: Cinnamon, coconut milk, ginger, lentils, soup  Cost: $5 a person Equipment soup pot with lid knife cutting board Ingredients 1 large Yellow…

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