When it comes to single living, the one thing that I have a hard time with is keeping fruits and vegetables fresh. Sometimes I buy too much with my grocery order. I always feel guilty if I let food go bad and am looking for innovative ways to make these foods last longer. I've learned … Continue reading Summer cooking tips – how to make your vegetables last longer
For fitness tips this weekend, I want to talk a little about what the humidity does to our bodies - especially for women, hormones and those who are trying to lose weight in this summer heat. My ankles were so swollen last night that I realized it must have been the humidity and the combination … Continue reading Battling the elements – heat, humidity and exercise when trying to lose weight
I wasn't sure what to call this one. It could be a salad if you put it in the fridge. But I cooked it up on the stove top and it was fast and delicious. I had used up half the can of lentils with my chili on the weekend - so I needed to … Continue reading What’s Cooking: chicken and lentils (skillet)
So, I committed the cardinal sin of putting my leafy greens in the bottom drawer of the fridge and forgot about them. This included the kale and bok choy that I was looking forward to try. My bad. I opened the drawer this morning and they are past their prime - but still edible. But … Continue reading What’s Cooking: Bok choy, kale and quinoa (instant pot)
May quickly came and went. We are into June now and I can't believe how fast this year has gone by. I haven't done any of the things I said I was going to do in the fall. Well, I guess that's not true - I've made some major changes in my life that I'm … Continue reading Getting healthy “summer plan”
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