Overnight Chia Porridge {soaked for better digestion and nutrition; dairy-free; Paleo, GAPS}

Megan Breakfast, Hors d'oeuvres, Condiments & Sides, Traditional Healing Foods 14 Comments

Most folks don’t know that chia seeds are high in phytic acid*. There is an easy solution, that reaps a great reward. Overnight oats are currently popular because all the work is done the night before and yields a ready-to-go breakfast. But if we’re already letting something sit out overnight, why not SOAK it to reduce phytates??  SO easy! This …

Fried sage leaves are a gourmet snack. They are a lovely embellishment to cheese or meat platters. And they're a special garnish for soups, stews or casseroles. Seasoned with coarse sea salt, my favorite way to eat them is out of hand, crunchy and herbaceous. They are super easy to make, and quick, but technically they're deep fried. So they're good all by themselves, like kale chips, but more exotic.

Fried Sage Leaves

Megan Hors d'oeuvres, Condiments & Sides, Whole Food Recipes 12 Comments

Fried sage leaves are a gourmet snack. They are a lovely embellishment to cheese or meat platters. And they’re a special garnish for soups, stews or casseroles. Seasoned with coarse sea salt, my favorite way to eat them is out of hand, crunchy and herbaceous. They are super easy to make, and quick, but technically they’re deep fried. So they’re …