When I was little and wasn't feeling good, my mom used to make me peanut butter toast. I don't know how, but a warm slice solved all of the world's problems. Unfortunately, peanuts are legumes, which happens to be something that my body reacts negatively to.Read More
If you follow me on social media, you're probably aware that I'm currently dealing with a rotator cuff injury. A little over a week ago I was out on a run and I completely bit it (meaning, it was an epic fall that I not-so-secretly wish had been caught on film so I could laugh at it.) Anyway, in order to protect my face/head I decided to use the side of my right hand, my left knee and the top of my right shoulder as a landing pad.Read More
Summertime is upon us! That means road trips, beach outings and sun. It also means limited access to paleo-friendly food options in a pinch. While this may seem frightening or overwhelming, it is easy to stay paleo with a little bit of advance prep. As a follow up to my "Life after Whole30" ramblings, this post is my way of sharing some of the ways that I kept it paleo while traveling for my Dominican vacation and how you can on your Summer adventures.Read More
Two of my favorite times of year are happening right now, at the exact same time! That would be the start of baseball season and hockey playoffs. My life is now all Detroit sports, all the time, especially after work hours. I don't hate a thing about it. Actually, I love it.Read More
Know how when you're baking or roasting something cinnamon, your home just starts to smell all kinds of wonderful? Well, in my opinion, that is one of the small pleasures in life. I like to think this recipe emphasizes that feeling.Read More
I'm not a doctor and I'm not a scientist. While I cannot go into deep details about chemical chain reactions from food (nor do I want to), I still make sure I understand the basic facts of why something is beneficial for me. I think knowing how to get the most from what you eat is important for anyone, paleo or not.Read More
There is something super satisfying about granola. It adds the perfect crunch to yogurt. It's a slightly sweet snack that hits the spot. And don't even get me started about a bowl of granola topped with some almond milk!
Now, I don't want to mislead you. The granola I am talking about is not the same as what you would find in most stores.
Remember when I told you to save the seeds from baking your spaghetti squash? That's because they can be used in this simple recipe. Using those leftover seeds is ideal because it helps prevent food waste and you'll turn your "wasted" bits into a tasty treat with just a few simple ingredients.Read More