We hear everyone on the block these days is making kale chips. And why not!? Kale boasts many fine attributes including it’s an antioxidant, high in iron, vitamin C, helps the body with detoxification and is anti-inflammatory. Surely the list goes on!
Posts Tagged ‘turmeric’
September is a great month to reflect on the summer, regroup, evaluate new goals and think about where are you going from now until the end of the year.
Getting back on track in September for me means going back to basics, healthy eating and practicing a better sleep routine.
One of my fondest memories growing up was waking up to the welcomed aromas of homemade baked bread on a long weekend Sunday.
For Mother’s Day this past weekend, I wanted to recreate that exact same bread that my mother used to make for us (Mom deserves some love back!)…but with a masala turmeric twist!
Rummaging through my mother’s old recipe file, I found her homemade baked bread recipe. The reviews were great and everyone said it was just like mom’s.
I realized making fresh baked bread doesn’t take a rocket scientist! No bread machine required.
No need to sulk on this Blue Monday! Try adding turmeric to your tea, hot chocolate or oatmeal or just go ahead and make a delicious curry!
According to researchers, turmeric is known to be an antidepressant. According to Andrew Weil, M.D. he states,
As we welcome in fall, I find my body takes some time to adjust to cooler temperatures. Naturally, we seek comfort and warmth through food and you may find yourself adjusting your diet to more warming foods.
I made this Carrot & Garlic Soup with Turmeric three times last week!! Since I enjoyed it so much I wanted to share it with you.
Super easy, this soup gets most of its flavour from garlic. A couple of weeks ago we were at the Niagara Garlic Festival and picked up some delicious Ontario grown garlic which is finding its way into ALL my meals.
For this recipe I used “Music” variety. It’s mild and sweet making it easy to consume a couple of cloves at a time!