Growing up, my mom never allowed me to try something just once. Every food I didn’t like as a kid was something she’d make me try again almost every time she made it, in the off-chance that I would develop a taste for it and change my mind on it that very night. Some things […]
good food revolution
Over the past couple weeks, this easy side dish has been utilized using different potatoes and different vegetables. Here’s what I had on hand for dinner recently, but you could use anything you can dream up (ideas for other veggies below):
I’m a couple days into week 3 and happy that I’ve accomplished over half of the journey already. It’s always hard to start but I’m more than halfway to my goal (I won’t say the exact percentage because at the end I like to keep a little secret). Here are some good things that have […]
If you haven’t already, read my takeaways from Part I and Part II of Michael Pollan’s book, In Defense of Food. And buy it already.
I have discovered the wonder of Larabars. I know what you’re thinking. You don’t want to hear about some other miracle protein bar packed with phoney baloney vitamins and nutrients. After all, isn’t that what I’ve been railing against on this blog?
While Part I introduces us to the ins and out of nutritionism, Part II of Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food delves into the modern Western diet and its problems. Let’s face it, there wouldn’t be books about our diet if there wasn’t something seriously wrong about the way we’re all eating. Self-help books don’t […]
Here it is, the much-awaited second installment of my vast array of steel-cut oats recipes. This one’s really easy and really tasty, and it only requires three ingredients (besides water). Here’s what you need:
I was always a hardcore reader, the kind that would carry stacks of books out of the library as a kid. I wanted to add a section for books on this blog, because I think reading is an important way we can inexpensively expand our horizons and learn more about the world around us. Also, […]