I cook, a lot. I have a set of stainless steel saucepans that I use nearly every day. I also have a griddle pan that fits over two burners on my stove top that I use weekly. But the one thing I use every single day is a frying pan. I make eggs most mornings.
I currently live in the middle of a thousand avocado trees. Really. The trees are bursting with luscious dark green fruit. I am privileged to be able to enjoy these super foods every day. I’ve long known of the health benefits of eating avocados. They are little power houses of goodness. Just one avocado
So, did anyone besides me make a new batch of Apple Cider Vinegar this week? I have a quart jar fermenting away even as I type this. I’ve also got a pint jar that now lives on the counter top so I won’t forget to drink a bit of it all day long. I’ve been
I am a big fan of apple cider vinegar (ACV). There are dozens of purported benefits for health. It has antimicrobial properties, which makes it a great alternative to chemical laden cleaning products. Plus, it tastes pretty darn good and makes a great everyday vinegar for salad dressings and other cooking needs. The only drawback? Natural, unpasteurized
I got some disturbing news today. The results of my DEXA bone scan came back showing I have mild osteopenia. What’s that you ask? Well, according to some it is a precursor to osteoporosis or brittle bones. Others say it is an over diagnosed condition that affects most women over the age of 50 and