Here are two "molded" cheeses, pictured with soaked wet sunflower seeds, which went into making them.

How to Make Fermented Nut Cheese

Megan Hors d'oeuvres, Condiments & Sides, Traditional Healing Foods, Whole Food Recipes 17 Comments

In love with legumes?  Me too!  White beans, mmm!  Refried beans, a childhood comfort food. Hummus, oh yes!! But legumes are hard to digest, requiring days of soaking and simmering to prevent gas in the GI tract.  And if you happen to also be struggling with any kind of health issue, it is better to give your GI tract a …

Organ Update! How to Eat Brains, Eyeballs, and Lungs!

Megan Hors d'oeuvres, Condiments & Sides, Traditional Healing Foods, Whole Food Recipes 5 Comments

Well, my wish came true MUCH sooner than I had expected.  When I wished to prepare brains and lungs for my family, I thought that perhaps in the next 6 months I’d have the opportunity, especially if I ordered them from one of the online sources that offers grass-fed organ meat, although these particular parts are much harder to find. …

Mamas Are Supposed to Have Secrets

Megan Main Dishes, Traditional Healing Foods, Whole Food Recipes 7 Comments

It’s not just what’s in holiday stockings that mamas keep a secret. Some secrets are better than holiday gifts and can, if helpful, remain a secret. Shhh…. This post is about….organ meats!  Ha, HA!  Perhaps there is a child in you, too, who is wiggling? Here is the painless truth: organ meats are so good for you that they are not to be …

Kimbap

Megan Hors d'oeuvres, Condiments & Sides, Main Dishes, Whole Food Recipes 3 Comments

  Our family categorizes most good meals as, “feasts.”  Especially when there are abundant options and variety on the table, when family-style bowls abound, each with their own magical treat inside. Back in the day when we ate legumes[1], my homemade hummus was the foundation for regular feasts.  It provided a wonderful jumping off place for homemade bread, sauerkraut, fresh …

How to Sprout Nuts and Seeds

WHY MOST ALMOND BUTTER IS BAD FOR YOU

Megan Food Philosophy, Health & Nutrition, Hors d'oeuvres, Condiments & Sides, Treats, Whole Food Recipes 25 Comments

I feel a mix of amusement and annoyance when I see on the Internet headings like, “Almonds: the World’s Healthiest Food.”  These sites, when looked at, inevitably include a list with the nutritional profile of such foods: they are full of vitamins and minerals and fiber!  We are supposed to be dazzled, convinced. However, the claims are narrow in their …