Natural, unpasteurized ACV is fermented twice over eighteen months. The first fermentation turns the sugar into alcohol. The second fermentation changes the alcoholic content into acetic acid, which gives the vinegar its taste and some surprising benefits. Apple Cider Vinegar has been drunk as an experiment in a number of recent medical studies. Here are […]
I’m going to try these out. They are supposed to have the perfect Omega 3 to Omega 6 ratios. I’ve also read Dr. Ben Bikman’s book and it is very informative.
Carol’s Shot Glass Cookbook This takes no time to make, isn’t messy and it’s so rich you’ll be satisfied after having a very small helping. These are the ingredients: 100 g of 90% dark chocolate 2 shot glasses of Xylitol made from beech trees 1 teaspoon of Vanilla Extract 1 teaspoon of vanilla powder 3 […]
Last week I went to Nick Edwards’ cider mill in Kintbury to learn how he makes his CiderNiks unpasteurized apple cider vinegar. His mill’s garden is full of large black plastic bags filled to the top with fresh eating and baking apples which he collects from orchards, farms, and stately homes near Newbury. His mill […]
This is an interesting article saying that the ratio of flour to sugar should be less than 2% to be considered a staple product in Ireland, and Subway’s bread has a 10% sugar ratio. Wow. It smells so amazing going into a Subway, and now I know it’s like going into a bakery. I recommend […]
This article is a bit shocking.
BULLETPROOF VS. PALEO VS. KETOGENIC DIETS These charts from Dave Asprey’s blog at Bulletproof.com show the differences between three high profile low-carb diets. After looking at each diagram, I realize there are foods that I’ve included into my own repertoire that are not strictly “keto”. For instance, I flavour most dishes with either yellow onions […]
A scientific survey, published in Nature, used blood from donors over 60 and donors under 30 to see how cancer reacted with the two different types of blood. Cancerous cells were put into the blood samples. The study found that the cancer reacted differently; in older blood: “cells became much more aggressive, much more metastatic […]
Today I’m reading a biography of Maeve Binchy, who worked at the Irish Times from 1968 until 2000. She learned how to read lips and once watched as two women queuing at her book signing commented meanly on her size and eating habits. The Irish Times recently published an article detailing scientific studies that link […]
Carol’s Shot Glass Cookbook Avocado Avocado Vinaigrette I try to have home-made vinaigrette prepared and ready in the refrigerator. This recipe is easy to make and delicious on hard boiled eggs, filling the middle of an avocado or for dipping vegetables into, like a slice of cucumber or celery sticks. Half a shot glass (ie […]