When you’ve got a craving, it’s probably the only thing on your mind. However, your body is usually thinking something else. We broke down the bad stuff that we all crave and looked at what our bodies actually want, why they want it, and where you can get it.
Try the snacks provided in this guide. There are quick snack ideas, as well as 10 Approved Clean Eating Snacks. Have some low-glycemic (sugar) fruits, like berries, green apples, and grapefruit. Add root vegetables, figs or dates to your diet, which will provide you with natural sweet energy. Sprinkle cinnamon on fruit, in your smoothie or in your coffee substitute. It tastes delicious and is known to satisfy a sweet tooth craving. #cleaneatingsnacks
BRUSSELS SPROUTS WITH CHESTNUTS, PANCETTA AND PARSLEY The sprout recipe below is really only a slight detour from the traditional route. By all means, stick to the orthodox if you prefer by adding only buttery chestnuts to the Brussels sprouts, but what follows is now my own traditional way of cooking them. There is a lot of parsley, I know, but think of it as another vegetable ingredient rather than a garnish.
Spring is in full swing and you know what that means – it’s time to plant your garden! Growing your own groceries is very rewarding and a lot of fun, but in order to make it worth your while, it’s critical to know when to plant your seeds. So we here at Uncle Jim’s Worm Farm put together this little graphic to help you visualize when you need to have your seeds ready to plant, till and compost your garden, and plan to have some youngsters available to help you out! We understand there are…
Dauphinoise potatoes: Dauphinoise potatoes are an absolute classic. We love the combination of cream, garlic and cheese smothered on thinly sliced potatoes and it makes any meal feel more special. What's even better, is that you can cook and eat this now, or freeze ahead to have ready when you need it
// Bombay potato & spinach pie. I REALLY liked this. I didn't follow the recipe exactly--added peas and amchoor powder, maybe a few other things--but it was a great savory pie and I see lots of interesting variations in the future.