Category : food

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For many,  the journey to healthy eating often begins by adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet.    This often causes one to consider whether it’s better to eat organic produce.     Often, people complain that they can’t afford to eat organic produce.   One solution is to plant a small garden and grow …
A simple yet nutritious salad with basic ingredients for a dressing, can make a delicious, tasty meal and still fit into a cleanse protocol. This salad takes me back to where Simply Healthy Eats all started.  I’d been fretting about not having things to eat after starting a cleanse protocol to eliminate my food sensitivities …
Rainbow Swiss Chard and Dinosaur Kale at the Farmers Market
I love springtime.  The weather is finally warming up, and the farmers market is back in full swing.  This means that I can, once again, buy fresh, local produce in season.  I love my farmers market where the berry vendor sells berries that were picked the night before.  Freshly picked produce contains more nutrients than …
Bone Broth, or Soup, goes way back to our ancestors and their ancestors. Can you imagine traveling to California during the Gold Rush?  There were no grocery stores out there just around the next bend. There may have been a few towns ‘springing up’ along the way and a grocer in that town, yet those …
yak meat in black bean chili
Is game meat better than conventional meat?  Conventional meaning: beef chicken, turkey, pork and the like.  Well, animals raised in healthy environments can supply nutrient-rich meat, which contains all amino acids and various micronutrients.  In nature, animals exist for their own reasons, not just for our use.  Game and wild-type meats have a much healthier …
 Surprise your summer guests with this delightful dish.  We did, then snacked on this appetizer while we waited for the rest of the meal to come off the grill.  And it didn’t fill us up like a regular pizza.  It’s a great appetizer, snack or even a light dessert. We had a small group of …
This simply small kitchen has brought it’s challenges, not only to my posts here at Simply Healthy Eats, but to the dietary changes I instituted a couple years ago. Yet after this post, I’ll be saying good bye to the galley-like kitchen. I’m moving to a larger unit here on the Ranch, a much larger …
Okay! So it’s been awhile since my last post…a long while. I remember the previous break in posting was due to my mom’s hospitalization and making frequent checks on her at her home. This time, my now 86 year old mom was hospitalized, had surgery and is now in a rehabilitation setting for intense therapy. …
Halloween is one of the most popular adult  party times.  It comes in second to New Year’s Eve.  Most people look forward to Halloween, but let’s face facts.  Halloween is not the easiest time to try to be healthy.  When we think of  Halloween, we don’t usually think of healthy food.  Halloween is associated with …
This post is made possible by the teamwork that takes place here at Simply Healthy Eats.  I have been battling a serious upper respiratory ‘thing’ for the last week.  It’s mostly allergies, but I have been exhausted.  It’s also my week to post a recipe. Usually, I try to stay ahead of these things because …
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