(Move over, sourdough.)
Here’s how I made it through the worst and beyond while keeping nourished.
1) A gentle, electrolyte mix
2) Broth. Never-ending Chicken Broth, sometimes Vegetable Broth, sometimes both.
3) Rice. In a rice cooker, of course!
4. “Quick-pickled Cabbage.” Chop, Drop, Done.
5. Sauteed greens A nightly staple.
6. A Soothing Smoothie In a pinch
I’ll confess the organic supermarket spinach in this smoothie is not my preferred biodynamic spinach from the farmer’s market.
We’re working to wean ourselves off Amazon/Whole Foods pandemic-reliance with a new garden in progress, while investigating local farm-to-door options.
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Easy Kale chips recipe: a long-standing favorite. Lately, I’ll admit to running higher heat ~325 to reduce the cooking time down to 5-8 minutes max. Heating the oven takes longer than cooking!
If your spinach doesn’t look like this, you’re missing out! A comparison of organic supermarket spinach vs fresh-from-the farm biodynamic spinach.
Chaplin, Amy (2014) at home in the whole food kitchen.
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