I’m still in the Phoenix area of Arizona, having a great time doing the live blogging for InfusionCon 2013. But, I have been so crazy busy that I haven’t had any extra time to even think about getting a podcast up today. In lieu of that, I’d like to share a few pictures from my trip.
Archives for March 2013
Please welcome Kresha from Nourishing Joy who’s sharing a scrumptious spring pizza! It features lox (salt-cured salmon), fresh lemon, fresh dill, capers, sour cream, and spring onions. Beautiful, isn’t it?
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, I share how my family and I are preparing for my week-long trip to Arizona. I’m leaving and they’re staying behind, but that doesn’t mean things will stand still. They will be keeping our traditional kitchen alive. We’re brushing up on their kitchen skills and revisiting how to keep the ferments and other traditional foods going. And for my part, I’m packing some of my favorite traditional foods and will get some when I get there — to balance any lack in conference food. Also in this episode, I take two listener questions: what’s the best diet for seasonal allergies and how to bake light and fluffy homemade bread.
Do you experience any of these digestive complaints? Belching or gas, bloating, heartburn, bad breath, stomach cramps, constipation or diarrhea, food allergies, or nausea? These are symptoms of gut dysbiosis. You may not think they’re related to digestion — but they are. In this post I share an excellent resource to help heal your gut and improve your digestion — and feel better!
The dairy industry petitioned the FDA to add chemical sweeteners to a host of milk products, starting with flavored milks in schools — without adding nutrient content claims such as “reduced calorie” to the front of the carton. The dairy industry claims that visible nutrient content claims make children less likely to choose the milk products, and that removing the nutrient content claims will lead to more healthful eating practices and promote honest and fair dealings in the market. Does this sound healthful or honest to you? In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, my special guests — Sally Fallon Morrell, Kimberly Hartke, and Cathy Raymond — say no as well.
After reading an article toting the Heaven-sent benefits of tallow balm, I made my own to help heal my keratosis pilaris. In this post, I share the benefits of using grass-fed tallow in skin care and a simple recipe for homemade tallow balm. Plus a current picture of my rash because I’ll be documenting the results! [by Wardee Harmon]
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, join me as I give you a peek behind the scenes of what I do, answering these questions: how much time do you spend on business? what’s your daily routine? do you have help with home and business stuff? at what “cost” do you work online? what software do you use to run your site? plus much more! And I take a few listener questions: nutrition of flours, exploding cake recipe, and whether to soak nuts that will be baked. Please join us!
A big beefy burger may be just what you need to battle depression. If the steer that makes his way to your backyard barbecue lived his life in the pasture, he may be just what the doctor ordered. The hamburger, much aligned for its saturated fat and guilt-by-association-with-the-fast-food-industry, is not considered by most of us to top the list of health food — but not all burgers are created equal.
This favorite treat just so happens to be GAPS — but we were eating them before GAPS, and we’re still eating them after GAPS. So call them whatever you’d like, but definitely make them!