Rita Black shares three “mind hacks” and a free hypnosis session to break your sugar habit.
Tag Archives | October Unprocessed 2016
Roasted squash blended with pantry staples bring together a spicy, savory dip that tastes like fall.
Making major changes to your eating habits takes patience and work. Getting your family on board is a great way to help everyone eat healthier. But it’s not always easy!
Feel good about eating any of these fries – these salt-free and potato-free fries are a delicious and healthy twist on an old favorite.
Some recipes are made to simmer all day, it’s a great way to combine and intensify flavor. But for some recipes, like this Roasted Tomato Sauce, you can get the same “simmered-all-day” flavor by roasting the ingredients.
Our supermarkets, with their sterile, plastic-wrapped packages of pre-butchered meat, do an effective job of shielding us from the reality of where our food comes from. That means that the meat you’re eating may not be as unprocessed as you think it is (vegetarians, that goes for you too!). Hopefully, this post will help you walk into the grocery store with eyes wide open so you can better decide what’s right for you.
Today I want to mention a handful of other ingredients, usually used in small quantities, but collectively, they’re in a whole awful lot of the foods most people eat. Many of these are used in extremely small amounts in any given product, but over time I believe those small quantities can really add up.
In theory, at least, chocolate is one of those unprocessed foods that easily passes the test. If you knew what you were doing, you could grow cacao, harvest and ferment the beans, dry them, roast them, crack them into nibs, grind them into liquor, conch the liquor (mixing it for several hours), temper it, and then add some sugar and form it into a fabulous home-made chocolate bar. You know, in all your spare time.