Lentils, also called masoor dal, are a nutritious and quick cooking member of the legume family. They are versatile and easily, lending a nutty flavor to many dishes or as the main ingredient in these four hearty lentil recipes.
These are much like bath bombs and can be used for toilets, garbage disposals, microwaves,toilets, pots, pans, sinks, baking sheets, and even dish washers.
As of 2009, reported sales of kombucha beverages sold in the United States is $40 million. This doesn’t account for all the people who brew it as home using a Scoby and a glass jar. Kombucha is easy to culture at home – try this recipe to brew your own!
These 4 delicious salad dressings will make your mouth water just reading the recipes. Avoid chemicals, sugars, and preservatives, make your own recipe!
As I make the move to a zero-chemical home, I have discovered cheap natural (when I say cheap, read “almost free”) solutions to my skin problems.
These little packets have enough to fix just about nasty issue I’ve had. Here are a few of the many uses that we have found for the little chemical concoctions of citric acid and food coloring.
This recipe has all of the memories and only half the guilt. Its a fun way to eat any fruit, not just peaches, so experiment with your own fresh fruit of choice.
My main issue with gluten-free products off the shelves is that many are riddled with extensive corn products and chemicals. Who needs maltodextrin and corn starch or even corn flower? Gluten-free should be simple and as easy as regular products. This recipe utilizes my nearly perfected gluten-free flour recipe and can easily be stored in […]
I stopped using Kool Aid as a food product long ago. The food coloring and sugar is all around bad for health and especially the mental health of children. However, it still is a fun and super cheap product to use as a dye. Simply buy the packets that do not include sweetener and have […]
Probiotics are often vilified by the medical industry as snake oil of our time. The truth is, before refrigeration, most of our food was preserved using bacteria. Our internal gut health is dependent on a healthy supply of beneficial bacteria. After all, as Hippocrates said, “all disease begins in the gut.” Without a proper a […]
Most of the children with egg allergies may also have other food allergies. Statistics currently show that many children outgrow these allergies by age 5. Even then, 3 percent will continue to suffer from egg allergies as an adult. As a parent, relative, guardian, daycare, preschool, babysitter or other caregiver you may find it […]
Parchment paper differs from waxed paper in that it is impregnated with silicon rather than covered in wax. It is safer for cooking since it is less likely to catch fire or smoke. These four recipes are meant to be spooned into pouches made with parchment, folded up, and placed in a slow cooker or […]