Ginger is known as a flexible ingredient that can be consumed in tea, beer, and in other drinks or in cooking. Indian, Arabic, and Asian healers believed that ginger is not just a food, but is a medicine, too for thousands of years. And modern research supported almost all of the traditional health claims about this spice. Being in the same botanical family as cardamom and turmeric, this tropical plant also improves the absorption and assimilation of essential nutrients in the body.
We don't have to deprive ourselves of some of our favorite foods to eliminate gluten and wheat from our diets. No need to miss out on delicious baked goods!
Whenever we’re stressed, burned-out, or getting tired of thinking about our problems, we tend to say to ourselves, “I need to get a breathe of fresh air”. Well guess what, you’re body is speaking for...
Do you suffer from obesity or weight gain?
If you have body-mass index higher than 24, you're not alone.
Over 68% of Americans are overweight and over 34% are obese.
The criss-cross design on top of peanut butter cookies brings back memories... so I decided to make some peanut butter cookies for myself, but this time with vegan and gluten-free ingredients. Have a fork nearby and ready to make the nostalgic criss-cross design, if you're making the cookies now!
Broccoli and cheese is such a classic combination, it must run in our genes! Seriously though, this recipe is super yummy and easy to whip up. If you like eggs and are already fan of broccoli and cheese then this recipe is definitely for you. If you're unsure, I suggest you give these Broccoli & Cheese Egg Muffins a try, at least once ;)
Oh and they are gluten-free too!
Okay, so why would you want to use coconut oil to cook with in the first place? Well... there are actually a ton of reasons.
It's safe to say that we have all used or eaten oils like Canola Oil and Soybean Oil. And there's no doubt they have always worked for cooking and baking, but did you know these oils aren't quite what they're said to be?