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How to Make Sauerkraut

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If you had told me back in college that I’d one day be doing traditional food cooking demos, I’d probably have said you were crazy.  I didn’t even know what traditional foods were back then! On the other hand, I did know a lot about late night 7-11 nachos, late night Denny’s breakfast specials and […]

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How to Make Whey and Beet Kvass

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©Depositphotos.com/cherriesjd In my last post I discussed my secret method of cooking when I’m in a rush.  I call it the “whatever, good enough” method. I use this method in many other aspects of my life.  For example, interior decorating (one of the many reasons I’m not married). Another area it suits me well is […]

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Why It’s Ethical to Eat Meat

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Not too long ago the New York Times asked its readers to write essays in no more than 600 words explaining why it’s ethical to eat meat.  They wanted to hear how meat-eaters defend themselves against the overwhelming perception that a plant-based diet is best for ourselves and the planet. This was probably one of […]

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Why I Stopped Drinking Kombucha

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If you haven’t yet been swept up by the kombucha crazy train, you may be wondering what kombucha is.  Kombucha is a traditional fermented beverage and it has numerous health benefits.   I use it with clients to help them control sugar cravings as it has a faint hint of sweetness. It’s also great for digestion as […]

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Why Weight Watchers Won’t Make You Healthy

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When people come to see me for weight loss I always ask them if they’ve tried anything in the past.  The typical answer is, “Oh I’ve tried everything!” They then proceed to rattle off a long list of popular diets.  The most frequently mentioned is Weight Watchers. And I always ask, “How did you do?” […]

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The Truth About Restaurant Cooking Oils

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© Depositphotos.com/photography33 Last time I asked the questions, “Who was Weston Price?” and “Why does he have a conference named after him?” I hope you enjoyed it and learned about the remarkable research of Dr. Price and the foundation that bears his name. Today and in the next several blogs I want to bring you […]

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