Celebrating freedom that comes at great cost, this Memorial Day- John 8:36 says, “So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” Yay!
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The New Deli is closed for President’s Day, Monday, February 20. Back Tuesday, though! Meanwhile, recent trends had me considering that old story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den,,,
Posting a quick note for any customers wondering if we’ll be open for Martin Luther King Jr. Day: We will not! But I’ll throw in a picture of the team, from our New Deli Christmas Party this past year. In other news… so weird- can you be “ghosted” on Google?! It looked like something very…
My hardware store friends say raising chickens is the latest Covid trend- their sales & inquiries testify. With a few tips, it’s been an easy, rewarding venture!
I was in the process of compiling my notes, to post a recipe for Liposomal Turmeric/C, wrought from studying medical papers and other online info. I’ve been taking this concoction for the last year, and it appears to have improved my thyroid health. The doctor said my annual lab test indicates that I need to…
This was news to me: how to combine proteins with fats, or proteins with carbs, for better digestion, health, and weight maintenance. (Or, even to do a protein meal here or there, with minimal fat or carbs, to actually lose weight…) Six months in, I’ve discovered it works. So I summed up my journey in 1,200 words or less… (Oh dear- sorry, I was as concise as I could be!)
I recently brought this to a church picnic for the pie contest. It didn’t win first place, though it won a few fans, OK, so those fans were my good friends, who also try to limit their sugar intake. They figured the pie should’ve won first place, and that it was the fault of judging team’s composition that it didn’t win: four guys who love sugar were the judges. In other words, maybe you wouldn’t serve this to a very traditional group, that expects a pie to be a vehicle for a gooey, jam-like substance. BUT, for those of us who love eating more whole, natural foods, we can splurge on this and still feel great!
Whip up batches of this pudding fast, using “coconut honey butter” as a base. It’s a concentrated “milk” you make yourself. It replaces that box of watered-down (& possibly rancid?) nut milk. No big carbon footprint from producing, packaging, and transporting that box of nut milk (that’s like, 85% water). See- you can eat this yummy pudding and feel like you’re saving the planet, haha!
Have you ever wondered- why almond milk in a box? It’s convenient. But, it’s not very green. Companies are basically shipping a box of mostly water… not a great carbon footprint.
Plus, once nuts are ground, they’re not as stable. (And rancid oils are death!) Why not just make this recipe?! Throw a few nuts into the coconut/butter mix if desired, and process with your own free water!
Use a crockpot to warm chocolate and coconut oil, for the easiest chocolate fountain ever. I served this at a women’s retreat this spring, at a camp with minimal kitchen conveniences, and it worked. For minimal effort in serving, set the chocolate out with baskets of graham crackers and marshmallows, pretzel sticks, and strawberries. Hardly any prep involved, but so fun to eat.