Finally, my gluten-free bread game is on point! Gluten free + dairy free loaf, baked on a stoneware baking sheet in the oven (NOT in a bread machine)! To me, this is on par with the best German bakery bread – except that stuff’s all full of gluten, so we can’t eat it. I’ve been… Continue reading Finally! Gluten-Free Bread Made Simple, with This Book
So in my last post in this series, I was feeling very unsettled and confused because wheat, the major ingredient in my diet, was suddenly being implicated as unhealthy, and the cause of my husband’s suspected Celiac disease. This Celiac thing turned our world upside-down. At first I approached it like a random allergy, as… Continue reading Part 3 – My Journey to & Beyond Vegetarianism [Everything is Energy]
So in my last post in this series, I left off at the point where I was a complacent vegan who felt “pretty good” about my choices from an ethical and a nutritional standpoint, and was more or less satisfied with my diet for the time being. Then, gradually, I lost my passion for veganism. … Continue reading My Journey to and Beyond Vegetarianism, Part 2 (Grains are BAD?)
I’ve been a vegetarian for about 17 years–but I’m currently experiencing an inner earthquake of thoughts on health, ethics, nutrition and more–and I need to write about it. The next few posts are going to chronicle my thought process and dietary evolution up to the precarious, interesting point of view I’m at now. I first… Continue reading My Journey to and Beyond Vegetarianism–Part 1
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about my diet, and making some changes that are long-overdue for my health and well-being. I’m writing a series of posts discussing the evolution of my diet in both thought and action, from junk-food junkie to aspiring raw vegan. (Back off, food police–I did say “aspiring“. It’s an evolution,… Continue reading Evolution of dietary thought: Does the past shape the future?