As always, I look for new, fun ways to improve our health habits. I recently discovered:
This is not a brand-new book, but it is, nevertheless, very helpful and informative. With the basic principles in mind, I created a yummy lunch It contained a little olive oil, baby kale, some red kidney beans, chopped onion(dried), zucchini(I have to use that up!), walnuts, shitake mushrooms, and sunflower nuts:
Here it is after cooking briefly:
I have to say, it was delicious. I plan on using food combinations like this as often as possible. They are nutrient-dense foods, which are low in calories, so they pack a powerful punch when it comes to healthy eating.
In the meantime, I am drying seeds to save for next year’s garden planting:
If it is hard to see, due to my “expert” photography skills, I have French Breakfast Radish, Purple String Beans, and Painted Lady and/or Scarlett Runner Beans. The Scarlett Runner Beans have all red flowers, but the Painted Ladies have red and white flowers. I think they make beautiful plants as well as yummy food!
It never ceases to amaze me how such a big, beautiful plant can come from a tiny seed! Every year I marvel in wonder…..
(Flowers from the Painted Lady String Bean plants)
Enjoy making healthy food to nourish you, give you strength, and help you feel happy!