Finally!

Good Bread! I used up the last of my sourdough boles a couple days ago. I was ready for more bread, but honestly, it's hard for me to chew sourdough all the time. So, I decided to make a modified yeast bread recipe. I made 2 loaves, using a 60% hydration recipe. I did an... Continue Reading →

More on Bread

Yes, yes I know. When will I stop posting about bread? In truth, when I get it right, I guess. I saw a fabulous post on YouTube by a lady called Baker Bettie in Chicago who taught the entire process of Sourdough and gave me an understanding about some of the things I'm doing wrong.... Continue Reading →

So, Bread…

Something isn't quite right, here. I let the bread rise for about 24 hours and it was really sticky, so I kneaded in a cup of flour. A left it for another 24-30 hours so it doubled in bulk, then I shaped it into a loaf. Again, I waited till it doubled in bulk before... Continue Reading →

Cooking in Isolation

I've been cooking a lot since I'm in isolation. Here are some of my creations: Spicy pork and beans, a Chicken stock made with vegetables (no salt), Chocolate cupcakes (from a mix), and Sourdough bread. (The photos randomize, so watch them). It took the simple bread and water starter about 10 days before it got... Continue Reading →

Healing the Body

2019 was the year of food allergies for me. One of the things I had to drop over the new moon was clinging to unhealthy ways of eating and putting things in my body that caused inflammation.¬†Every time I turned around, I was sick again from what I ate. As a response, I made up... Continue Reading →

Happy Turkey Day 2019

Happy Thanksgiving to those in the U.S. Happy harvest meal to the rest of the northern latitudes. I've heard a few strange things about the holiday lately: everything from changing the name to it being racist. Whatever. It's a foodie dream, and that part's good. Eat hearty, celebrate being together, and be grateful for what... Continue Reading →

Inflammation, Diet, and Generosity

Inflammation and Diet If you've been reading this blog at all for the past few years, you know that I deal with several medical conditions. They all seem to be related to what and how I eat. As I've researched more and become more aware of what I'm doing on a daily basis as regards... Continue Reading →

Fibro-Flare!

Oh my! I was doing so well, too. We had a picnic on the Saturday after Labor Day. Lots of great food and fellowship. But there was a lot of sugary stuff, and I "had to" sample every bit of it! I barely had a bite of everything, but it was enough. My body had... Continue Reading →

Doc Results

I saw the Doc on Monday. he results were better than I expected, but still not very good. I have to consult with a Urologist about the kidney stones. My weight increased again. Blood pressure was very good, considering I was out of one of my pills for a couple of days. I'm not diabetic,... Continue Reading →

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