This could be the most pretentious fried rice recipe you’ll read on the interwebs, but I don’t care. My kids eat it and at least one of them enjoys it so that makes it a winner in my book. It’s also quick to prepare and doesn’t require a heap of ingredients – perfect for a week night dinner. (more…)
So these happened this weekend. They are pretty damn healthy for something so tasty. As I made these with my kids in mind I kept the oil plain (rice bran) and the flour plain.
I’ve not left you, blog readers. Very busy becoming a new distributor in Australia and launching one of our companies in the UK. Not much chance to take lovely pictures of food and post the details.
So I just thought I’d let you know where it’s all at. It’s still all happening on Pinterest. I still
manage to find the time, ok, slack off to Pinterest for a few minutes a day and do some pinning. It is my refuge. It makes me eat healthier when I look at these pictures more often. So I usually escape, mentally escape that is, for a few minutes while the kids are eating breakfast or dinner (one laptop lives in the kitchen).
So if you are in need of some inspiration, I suggest you pop on over to http://www.pinterest.com/wwwellness/ and start your own pin board. Save what you find interesting and then make it!
Everybody’s favourite superfood. Well, sort of. There are still a lot of people I know who won’t eat kale. And I understand. If you pick it up from the farmers market, take it home and munch on it, eeewwww!
If you do nothing with kale it is rather revolting. So, I take it you already know how it goes, it needs a bit of love. Nothing special. If you are eating it raw, just tear it up and pour a little oil over it and massage the oil in for a minute or two. You’ll notice the colour change – it becomes more green – a more energetic green. (more…)
I think I learn the most out of seeing what someone else does, rather than them telling me what I should do. I think it’s because I’m a hands on kind of person and doing sinks in better than reading.
I’ve gained a lot of insight from reading other healthy stars “My Day on a Plate” type articles, and I’m also very nosy so love to see how they work their day.
Anyhow, I figure someone should put them all in one place as they might be useful for other equally hands on people (and the nosy ones.)