It’s almost time to switch from making conventional granola with rolled oats to quinoa for Pesach. This week I am starting to see the early posts of baking, meal plans and questions about Passover recipes. Now that I have replenished our granola supply one more tome, I will also be focusing on Passover!
Tag Archives: WholeFoods
Tossed Salad (American Salad)
Salad is an amazing source of the Prebiotics that your body needs every day. This is an easy recipe that anyone should be able to make at home and that will be a colorful and delicious addition to your Microbiome Diet. Ingredients 1/2 head of romaine/red leaf lettuce/oak leaf other lettuce 1 cucumber 1 carrotContinue reading “Tossed Salad (American Salad)”
Cookbooks or Cooking?
I still remember my first, a special-issue centennial Gold Medal Flour cookbook available only by mail-order. This is the book that taught me how to bake bread and includes recipes for all of the great American classic cookies and cakes – essentially anything with flour. For those too young to remember the days before Amazon PrimeContinue reading “Cookbooks or Cooking?”
The Microbiome Diet ABCs – C is for Curtail Processed Foods
Earlier installments in this series focused on Probiotics and Prebiotics, two extremely important elements in the Microbiome Diet that we need every day. Now we come to Processed Foods – the elephant in the room – likely the greatest challenge for your Microbiome Diet and healthy Second Middle Age. Most of us have grown upContinue reading “The Microbiome Diet ABCs – C is for Curtail Processed Foods”
The Microbiome Diet
This entry provides a brief overview of the Microbiome and why the Microbiome Diet is important, including Microbiome ABCs. This is a favorite topic of mine; I have been a student of the microbiome and the potential for development of practical tools to advance human health for some time. More to the point, I haveContinue reading “The Microbiome Diet”