Despite rational and clear guidelines, even the world of unprocessed eating has its minor controversies and debates. Case in point: Oil.
Worcestershire sauce is a pantry staple that is most often loaded with sugar or high-fructose corn syrup. Making your own is incredibly easy and it can be stored in the fridge for up to six months.
Microgreens are exactly what they sound like. Teeny, tiny versions of various greens. They’re mainly used as a garnish, but don’t be fooled by that. There’s a huge amount of flavor and nutrients packed into those teensy leaves.
Alternatives to processed sugar are a necessary part of an unprocessed lifestyle. Using dried fruit as the base, we learn how to make fruit paste that can be used in a variety of ways.
One of the most important things to keep in mind while taking a healthy eating challenge is to properly hydrate. While you’re already embarking on the awesome challenge of unprocessed eating, try taking note of how much water you’re drinking. Here’s why.
Why am I glad that diabetes came into my life? Because it inspired me to change. I decided to say goodbye to sugar and carbohydrates, including grains, starchy vegetables, legumes, and most fruits. Sticking to this way of eating has changed my life.
Cooking whole grains is super easy, but if you want your whole grains to turn out tasting delicious and satisfying, then there’s one thing you don’t want to forget…
Making your own Homemade Nutella is a great way to get a sweet treat, without all of the processed ingredients that are in the orginal version. Four simple ingredients and a little time in the kitchen is all it takes to satisfy your sweet tooth.