Gluten-free flours are becoming more popular as people are becoming aware of how gluten can play a role in bettering their health. Here’s how you can use them to make Pumpkin Whoopie Pies!
Last week I had lunch with my friend Margaret Floyd, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and author of Eat Naked. Today, she talks to us about sugar.
Instead of calling it “Refined” or “Added” sugar, how about calling it “Concentrated” sugar?
Masked by many names, sugar quietly and dangerously hides in our diets.
Most “natural” products don’t list the word “sugar” anywhere in the ingredients list. Instead, they list various other types of refined, concentrated sources of sugar, like brown rice syrup or honey.
Some oils are very healthy, others not so much — and for different reasons. How do you know what’s really important when choosing a cooking oil? And how do you keep track of them all? Why, with this Cooking Oil Comparison Chart, of course!
For the sake of this particular discussion, let’s assume you’re not asking whether or not you should drink milk at all, just that you are a generally healthy adult who likes to drink milk, and you’re wondering about which particular type of cow’s milk is the best way to go.
Halloween is just around the corner, and I’d much rather indulge in a rich bowl of this Maple Butternut Pudding than store-bought candy.