Sometime the worst (Twinkles? Lean Cuisine? Diet Coke? BPA?) are the energetic impetus or precursor for the best (home made sauerkraut made with love by a sweet local gal). I wonder if it had to get this bad to make space for something this good. It’s energy. Opposites do attract. Get to your local farmer’s market! It about more than fresh greens.
With just a bit of effort, you can enjoy naturally sweet foods and kiss foods with added sugar (and the rollercoaster of hunger and overeating they cause) goodbye. If you need convincing, here’s a recipe to get you started. It couldn’t be easier.
Potato head? Me too.Here is a simple recipe using both spring red potatoes and plenty of cauliflower, along with water-browned onions.
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