So these little grahams (Gramz) came along totally unintended. But I’m so grateful they decided to debut themselves!
You see, I was actually making a batch of Wholey Cheezitz, but I had extra seeds and buckwheat on the side because my food processor was already packed. I didn’t really feel like soaking more herbs (Not like that takes much effort…), & my taste buds had already met their savory taste testing threshold.
One of the greatest challenges most people face when eating clean is maintaining a dietary lifestyle while trying to maintain their social life. So many of us run into this!
If you know you’re going to be attending a family or friend BBQ, what do you do? Let’s just say you’re new to not eating meat, your newly plant based, and you’ve just read all this science that backs up why you shouldn’t be torching meat over a flame. You don’t know what to eat, what to bring, or how to support yourself with your differentiating health views…
I’m asking these questions because I have totally been there. This means you will too.
What I love most about eating an oil free diet is that it allows be to indulge in the true flavor of food, and the pleasure that comes in the simplest meals.
When consuming foods with oil, the flavor is covered up in what I like to refer to as slime, masking the full rainbow of blasting firework flavor 🙂 Continue reading
This past weekend my best friend & soul sister were able to celebrate her birthday early on a beautiful fine Sunday 🙂
We created a list of foods we wanted to make and enjoy while still accommodating the oil free lifestyle-train, which she has recently joined!
So, with the June gloom weather, we became inspired to make potato soup! Continue reading
One of the greatest challenges I face (and my clients) while living an oil free lifestyle is the social aspect of food. It’s a large part of social living here in the United States, and everywhere else, really.
Maintaining an oil free diet while dining out is not the easiest activity, especially if you don’t know how to do it, or what questions to ask! Continue reading
My first experience with lentils wasn’t the most magically delicious. It actually convoluted my opinion about them. Continue reading
I fell in love with granola and scones growing up on the peninsula in Long Beach with my dad over the water.
He lives on a boat in the marina, which is one of the greatest gifts in my life I could ever ask for, and is most certainly the reason why I love the ocean so much!
On the weekend mornings I spent with him, he’d always bring my favorite breakfast from the local coffee shop at the end of 62nd st. They carried freshly baked berry filled scones from the Sconage Bakery, called the “Tri-berry scone.” These delicious scones were about the size of your hand with your fingers stretched out, their insides filled with fresh warm berries, and they blasted your senses with sweet heaven. TO LIVE FOR!
Eating those scones over the water on a beautiful peninsula morning was instant bliss! They were also great fuel for a day of jumping off the boat docks and swimming through the marina all day from morning sun, until sun down 🙂
In time, I’ll put their scones through the HealthyHumanz kitchen lab process 😉 For now, let’s hit up the gRAWnola! Continue reading