Amongst the many changes we were making to go low waste, we decided to change our milk to a plant based alternative.
So, I decided to join the “Instant Pot Club”. I purchased the six-quart pot for $79.99, and I must admit that it was a very good investment. Before I bought the Instant Pot I hated cooking because it took to much time to make any amazing meal. On top of that my little family is created of picky eaters. I for one like many different types of foods which causes conflict at mealtime.
Let’s take it back to the birth of the cheeseburger. I know we’re all imagining a fat, juicy, cheesy as all hell burger. Don’t forget to add a cold beer to that. Possibly a shot of Fernet Branca. 80/20 Kaelin’s has a perfect amount of beers on tap, and it’s always changing. You can grab anything from Stroh’s in a bottle to a local like Goodwood Two Live Brew (just released) all the way to ‘Cheetah’ by Rhinegeist over in Cincinnati.
Of course, you probably know me very well for invading Vocal with my film studies stuff and articles entitled ‘a filmmaker’s guide’. I have often explained that I love to bake as well. Since I was young, I have loved the idea, the creativity and the relaxation of baking different things. I love to make macarons, layer cakes and gingerbread in particular and the activity of it really gets me away from my laptop (where I’m sure you know that I spend most of my life). So, I hope you enjoy me talking about what I bake and why I bake it complete with pictures (if not very good) of me actually baking, my baked goods in the process of being created and when they’re finished. I’m really happy to share this with you. And if you like, you can show me your baking (yes, I spend a lot of time writing, but I also spend a lot of time reading other people’s articles!), I would love to see it. Since I was in school, I was always interested in creating things, whether that be pieces of writing, welding things to make small statues or baking foods and making sweets (candy, if you’re American). I hope you enjoy looking at some of the stuff that has honestly kept me sane, because I seem to be going slightly mad.
If you read a lot of labels on food in the grocery store, then you are bound to see some items as gluten-free. In fact, you may know people who do not consume gluten or cannot eat it. Maybe you are one of the people who can’t eat gluten either. What is gluten and how can you determine what foods have it and what foods don’t have it?
Many have heard about going vegan and some of the health benefits that it can have, but may think that it's mainly just a way to lose weight. While this can be one of the top benefits of choosing to live a vegan lifestyle, the truth is that it can have many more benefits than that. If you're considering going vegan, or simply think you might like to try eating vegan meals once in a while, here are some things that going vegan can do for you.
The fruits and vegetables included in the following recipes are naturally gluten free, dairy free, soy free and nightshade free making these recipes anti-inflammatory, fresh and healthy.