The typical American eating the typical American diet eats on the run, eats in the car, eats at their desk, eats in front of the TV, or eats standing in the kitchen. 671 more words
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First off, I want to say that I am here right now at my husband’s computer because I care about you. He is fully channeling his Filipino need to do something (anything) and cooking most of the meals because he wants to give me time and space to write this because he cares about you too and he is wonderful enough to support me in something I am passionate about. 1,356 more words
Well, November is finally upon us! And you know what that means… cold and flu season is upon us.
I don’t know about you, but as soon as November 1 rolled around here in Seattle, it started absolutely dumping rain and generally living up to climate expectations in the PNW. 670 more words
When you’re trying to adjust your diet one of the toughest things to navigate is – you guessed it – the grocery store.
This veritable wonderland of food is at best an Alice-in-Wonderland-esque rabbit hole of dietary choices; at worst, it is a baffling foreign land in which a person can feel perpetually lost and out of place. 578 more words