Photo taken by Marina Carrillo from Modern Alchemy Studios
Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.
Food is a powerful tool for wellbeing. Finding recipes that are both nourishing and delicious can be tough. I have learned to measure my experiments in cooking nourishing meals that delight the senses, so that I can share them with you. I would love to hear how they work for you!
I eat white rice, even though I know it doesn't have as much nutrients as other plants and meat, because I enjoy it, it is convenient to make in batches, and is another source of starches. I just don't eat it every day and have learned to eat a smaller portions that seems to work for my body.
At one point, I use to not be able to eat without feeling ill, so I understand if this recipe may not appeal to you. If you have blood sugar issues, please be mindful of your portion size and eat it with other foods that contain protein. And make sure to add vinegar to it.
For additional nutrients and flavor, I added bone broth. I also suggested using vinegar or lemon juice after cooking this rice dish so that your postprandial blood sugar levels will not rise as high.
A couple of days ago, I posted on my Facebook account a picture of a lot of egg yolks for breakfast. A lot of people were curious on how I prepared them. Since I am not a cook by training and couldn't technically describe how I do it, I decided to create a video to show how I boil my egg yolks. It was an impromptu approach, using my iPhone set up on a Tupperware device - yes I can jury rig a high-tech set-up (hopefully, you hear my deadpan humor). I hope my video helps you figure out how you can also make delicious egg yolks too.