Inflammation! What is it? Why is it? What does it do to your body, and what does it mean for something to be anti-inflammatory? If you’ve ever asked yourself any of these questions then stay tuned, because today we’re talking all about anti-inflammatory foods. Many common chronic illnesses are caused by excessive inflammation, so it’s…
This sweet potato salad is something of a cross between a salad and a main course. Crunchy raw sweet potato noodles with delicious currants and a hint of cinnamon — it almost sounds like it could be a dessert, too!
This dish employs such a delightful combination of flavors, it really is completely unique. The curry sauce has a touch of apple cider vinegar for some tasty probiotic zip, as well as the salty rich flavor of tamari (which is, by the way, an awesome way to enjoy the taste of soy sauce without the gluten).
The spiralizer might be one of the most amazing and under-appreciated kitchen tools there is. Being able to turn fresh raw veggies into noodles is almost miraculous, and yet it’s kind of a rare tool. If you don’t have one, you can make this recipe using a cheese grater. If you can find one, a spiralizer is a great tool for all sorts of raw noodle dishes.