I came across this article and thought WHE Readers may like to see this.... please comment and discuss the topic, I would love to hear your thoughts.
From Food52 :
In early June, President Trump withdrew the United States from the Paris Climate Accord, a controversial move that received broad opposition (and support). Since then, a growing number of cities and states have created their own alliances to uphold commitments to the accord—voluntary agreements to focus on sustainable energy sources, commitments to carbon emission reduction, and efforts to reduce rising global temperatures. These issues matter, since our food systems are directly affected by global warming.
Because global temperatures continue to rise, researchers and farmers have noticed a shift in food production, and are worried about the future of our food. Over the past few years, many articles have cited looming food shortages, even labeling them as food crises. The foods most often identified are chocolate, coffee, maple syrup, alcohol, and seafood.
Are these claims true? It’s complicated.
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5 Cups Rice Cereal
¼ Cup Coconut Oil
1 10 Oz Bag Mini Marshmallows
* We recommend you buy organic products as much as possible
Make a double boiler with a large pot of boiling water and top with glass bowl. Place oil and marshmallows in bowl, allow to melt. Melting process takes about 20-30 minutes. Stir smooth. Remove glass bowl from pot of water. Stir in rice cereal until evenly mixed. Place in glass container 9x9 lined with parchment paper. Allow to cool for 1-2 hours. Cut into squares. Enjoy!
I would like the share this delicious coconut cake recipe that I’ve been making for many years and is a family favorite! It’s easy to make and doesn’t require baking. Try substituting gluten free biscuit type cookies and try almost milk or coconut milk in place of the cow milk. Of course you can sub out the sugar for monk fruit sugar or sugar in the raw.
I share this with all my friends and I thought I should share this with WHE blog readers too! Vegeta is all purpose seasoning that my grandma and my mom used an almost everybody in Montenegro uses . Even though I have almost every seasoning in my kitchen I mostly use Vegeta. I love the flavor it's gluten free, lactose free, and vegan.
Note from WHE Owner Rebecca - Although Emira does love this product and it was very popular in her country I do need to point out that it does contain MSG and Cornstarch for those concerned. You can find some recipes online for making your own seasoning mixes or you can also try Spike All Purpose seasoning which is MSG free. The best bet is to make your mix from organic high quality herbs!
I recently met Davide , The Balsamic Guy and he shared his amazing real balsamic.
There are many balsamic vinegars on the market but only ones made in Modena Italy are the real deal! Take a moment to listen to this video and view the website. Once you try a real balsamic you will never buy the imitation stuff again!
I came across this very helpful list and hope you find it helpful too! This heat is crazy this year!
At 95 percent water content, a cup of cucumber slices is nearly as thirst-quenching as a glass of water. Cucumbers also provide a little fiber and some vitamin C (about 6 percent of the Daily Value per cup). Don’t limit your cucumber consumption to tossing slices into green salads; get inspired to make refreshing cucumber recipes: dips, soups and—yes!—pickles.
2. Salad Greens
Part of the reason that 2 cups of salad greens has fewer than 15 calories is that greens are more than 90 percent water. They are also packed with nutrients, such as folate, vitamin C, fiber and the antioxidant beta carotene, which helps keep your eyes and skin healthy. Plus, having a salad for lunch (or dinner) is a great way to bang out a couple of veggie servings.
My husband and I just got back from our Summer vacation- a three-week road trip that took us through the California redwoods, the city of Portland, the Olympic national park in in northern Washington and down the entire Oregon Coast. We stayed with friends and family along the way, but we also did about a week and half’s worth of camping. One of our goals for any vacation we go on is to eat as well as we can (and we certainly did a lot of that in Portland!) So I take my camping meal prep seriously. It has to taste great of course, but it shouldn’t be to hard to cook or clean up after (I mean, I am on vacation here!). So, I put together a quick list of some tips to help you execute some great meals during your summer camping trips.
For my own benefit and for the benefit of my clients, I try to keep up the latest information in the areas of diet, health and nutrition. However, with a pretty busy schedule, it isn’t always easy to crack open a book and read all the information I would like to. That is why I love listening to podcasts when I’m am commuting, doing housework or working out. There are thousands of podcasts out there, and many of them focus on health and nutrition as their primary topic. These podcasts are usually about 2-3 hours long-pretty much a mini seminar-and are completely free!
Some of the best episodes I have listened to recently are on the Joe Rogan Experience and the Tim Ferriss Show. Joe Rogan has many guests that are experts in the field of diet and nutrition, but my favorite has to be Dr. Rhonda Patrick. Dr. Rhonda Patrick is a wealth of knowledge- check her out on episodes #568, #672, and #773 of the Joe Rogan Experience to hear what she has to say on the topic of supplements, nutrition and sports medicine. For great info on fasting and ketogenic diets, listen to Dom D’ Agostino, episode #117, on the Tim Ferris show. You can find these podcast episodes and many others by searching the podcast app on Apple and Android phones, or by searching YouTube.
Fk the scale. Ha ha okay, but for real, I hate the scale! Intelligently I know the number doesn't matter, however, I get upset if it's not the number I want it to be; this arbitrary number that I deem as successful. Do you find yourself getting too focused on the number on the scale? Yes, weighing yourself is the most well-known basis of measurement for weight loss, it’s FAR from the only one, and is one you shouldn’t knock yourself over! Your weight can fluctuate often for numerous reasons. Eating fibrous or salty meals the night before, stress (cortisol), that time of the month, dehydration, weighing yourself at different times of the day, the list goes on! 🌻
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