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Gluten Free but Still Not Feeling Your Best?

Three Steps to Identify Food Allergies If you have cut gluten from your diet but still have health complaints, then I have important news for you. Here are three likely reasons that you are still suffering from the various symptoms that eating gluten-containing foods can trigger. 1. For 100% results you must give up gluten 100%. The… Continue Reading

A Dietary Sherlock Holmes: Do 4 Out of 5 of These Clues Describe You?

I’ve been offering Diet Consultations for decades, meeting up with all kinds of people to examine the clues in their health history and diet log; to diagnostically read their face; and to deduce the causes of their health challenges. In this eminently fascinating and satisfying work, I think of myself as something of a dietary… Continue Reading

Fig Compote

Serves 3 Here’s a delicious dessert or breakfast dish. Simply plump dried figs and then simmer until tender. This dish needs no adder sweetener, but you may dress it up with a dollop of crème fraiche or a grating of nutmeg 6 ounces (1 cup) dried figs, woody stems removed 1 cup apple or orange… Continue Reading

Fig Compote

Accompanying article: Figs   Serves 3 Here’s a delicious dessert or breakfast dish. Simply plump dried figs and then simmer until tender. This dish needs no adder sweetener, but you may dress it up with a dollop of crème fraiche. 6 ounces (1 cup) dried figs, woody stems removed 1 cup apple or orange juice… Continue Reading

Quinoa Pudding

Similar to rice pudding, quinoa pudding is both more delicate and more substantial. This whole grain (wheat-free) dessert is so healthy and satisfying that some people eat it for breakfast! Serves 4-6 1/2 cup organic sugar or maple sugar 2 tablespoons soft butter, plus butter for greasing the pan 2 eggs 1 cup milk 1… Continue Reading

Oat Groats

Oat groats are sweet and—compared to other grains—almost meaty, with a satisfying moist but chewy texture. They make a great breakfast and, just like brown rice, can be used as a grain entrée or in a casserole, soup, stir-fry or croquettes. Makes 3 cups 1 cup whole oat groats 1 ¼ cups water or stock… Continue Reading

Quinoa Breakfast Cereal

For a healthy breakfast, transform left-over quinoa into a hot breakfast cereal. It’s easy, delicious and a welcome change to oatmeal. To make quinoa see the steamed quinoa recipe. Place left over quinoa in a sauce pan. Add milk to cover, a knob of butter (optional), a dash of cinnamon and a little honey or… Continue Reading

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