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Posts tagged ‘real food’

Kombucha: Magic or Marketing?

bottlesA few years ago, I discovered kombucha.  It wasn’t love at first sight, but somehow, between that virgin taste at a San Francisco Whole Foods (where they serve it on tap) and today, a mild obsession took hold.  I now drink this bacteria-yeast combo often enough that my toddler recently asked me if I was having it for breakfast; and I don’t even blink an eye when the slimy, ballooning cultures slide down my throat. Read more

Smoothie Moustache

A few years ago (2008), Jessica Seinfeld came out with a cookbook called Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food.  At the time, as a brand new parent (my son was four months old), I was quick to judge.  “Good for her, but I will never be that parent,” I remember telling myself.  “My kids will learn to eat spinach and broccoli and beets and fava beans because they’re delicious and healthy.”  Well, four years later, here I am: hiding vegetables and vitamins not only in my kids’ food, but in mine too.  In short, I do this because it works. Read more

Top It With An Egg

photo by matthew hurst via flickr creative commons

photo by matthew hurst via flickr creative commons

We enjoyed a lovely and leisurely New Year’s Day breakfast of fresh fruit and quiche with good friends this morning.  I love eating quiche for breakfast 1) because it feels special (after all, it’s served in a glass pie dish), 2) because you can make it the day before and then just heat it up (stress-free morning), and 3) because it makes me feel satisfied and nourished (like I could go work in the fields all day).  I guess there is something to that “incredible edible egg” thing… Read more

The Real Food Diet

garden carrots

Gluten-Free, Raw, Flexitarian, Pescetarian, Fruitarian, Vegetarian, Vegan, Paleo, Zone, Blood Type, Atkins, South Beach, Macrobiotic, Low-Glycemic, “French Women Don’t Get Fat,” Mediterranean…EEESH!  When did eating food (or hosting a dinner party, for that matter) get so complicated?  In the western world, we are so entirely bombarded messages from our friends, coaches, trainers, newspaper reporters, etc about which diet can best optimize our health that it can be immobilizing.  And while we jump from one regimen to another, it’s easy to lose sight of both what our body is telling us and what an absolute privilege it is to have choices at all. Read more

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