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Rice Milk

rice milk and rice
Alternatives to dairy milk are available at your local grocery store, but along with your rice and water, you’re getting a boatload of emulsifiers, sweeteners, and artificial flavorings. By preparing your rice milk yourself, you know exactly what’s going in your body, and you can customize it to your taste. For pumpkin spice season, I […]

Caldo de Pollo: Mexican Chicken Soup

At this time of year, comforting, hot soups are just what the doctor ordered. Even more, this soup is easy to make, freezes well, and is a delight to the senses. As I’ve mentioned before chicken soup helps reduce inflammation. Enjoy this delightful Mexican soup. Get My FREE Curcumin Report Chronic Inflammation Decoded Ingredients 8 […]

Cambuulo iyo Maraq: Beautiful Bean Meal

Adding more meatless meals to your repertoire has important benefits: it raises the amount of fiber in your diet, it lowers the amount of fat you’re eating, and adds important nutrients. Adzuki, for instance, is a great source of phosphorus, potassium, folate, and manganese. This Ethiopian dish tastes rich and filling, without loading up on […]

Cherry Rice Salad

Combining quinoa and wild rice with a hint of cherries for sweetness, this recipe has a complete protein, healthy carbs, and even some fat, for a well-balanced, highly nutrition side. Cherries are currently in season and they really make this salad a tart treat for your tastebuds. Get My FREE Curcumin Report Chronic Inflammation Decoded […]

Rice Cake Treat

This recipe has all of the hallmarks of a great snack: crunch from the rice cake, sweet from the cherries, and protein and fat from the peanut butter. But because it’s such a small portion, it’s not too many calories, just a great pick me up in the afternoon. It’s especially good if you’re planning […]

Peas and Cheese, Indian Style

mattar paneer
I generally recommend fresh, local, organic fruits and vegetables. Peas are one exception, and tomatoes are another. Frozen peas preserve the natural sugar of peas, which starts to turn into starch as soon as it’s picked. Unless you buy peas that were picked that very morning, they won’t taste like much by the time you […]

Non-Dairy Rice Pudding

Since it’s made with maple syrup, this dessert satisfies a sweet tooth without raising blood sugar. I like to make it with Saigon cinnamon for its cholesterol-lowering abilities, but regular cinnamon is fine, too. This dessert can be served warm or chilled, depending on your preference. Get My FREE Curcumin Report Chronic Inflammation Decoded Ingredients […]

Curried Meatloaf

Tasty, delicious, and nutritious, this is not your Grandmother’s meatloaf. It’s a veggie- and spice-enhanced version that my family finds irresistible. And if you like meatloaf sandwiches, you’ll be impressed with how well this recipe goes with whole grain bread. Ingredients Get My FREE Curcumin Report Chronic Inflammation Decoded 1 cup brown rice 2 cups […]

Mushroom & Barley Risotto

Mushroom & Barley Risotto in a Dish
Food plays a huge role in wellness, including cancer prevention. The combination of barley and brown rice means this dish is loaded with fiber, which is known to reduce estrogen, a good idea for anyone hoping to avoid breast cancer. Just as importantly, studies have shown that many types of mushrooms slow or prevent cancer […]

Fried Brown Rice with Pineapple and Vegetables

Serves 6 Tasty on its own for a light supper, this dish is equally at home as a side dish for roast chicken or fish. Feel free to experiment with different favorite vegetables to create your own variations. Get My FREE Curcumin Report Chronic Inflammation Decoded Ingredients 2¼ cups low-sodium vegetable or chicken broth, divided […]

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