There’s nothing more satisfying to me than making a recipe that not only tastes good but is also good for you.
I absolutely adore soup.
So ten years later I finally write up another post. Hello again everyone.
For the few of you that are wondering why I haven’t posted in a couple of weeks, I’ll just say, life happens. Between school and work and all of the other various little things that need to be done sometimes you need a little break from everything.
So what have I been doing with that time? Being lazy of course. Procrastinating as usual. But I did accomplish one thing on my bucket list, so I wasn’t completely lazy.
With one week in between classes, me and my brother, along with a good friend, decided to go to Colorado and climb Mt. Elbert, the tallest mountain in the rockies. Was it a challenge? Uh, yeah. Did I struggle? Every. Single. Step of the way. Did I almost fall off the mountain and die? I’m pretty sure. But did we make it? YES! The only question that matters, was yes we made it to the top. Through the snow and icy rocks we trudged on and defeated that mountain.
Pickled cucumbers and onions are awesome. I mean, they’re basically pickles and they are delicious!
You could be a normal person and eat a few at a time, but this is something I look forward to every summer. It’s sour and tart, very refreshing, and I like to add a big pile as a side to what I’m eating. Am I crazy? Maybe, but don’t judge til you try!
Of course, you could eat these the next day, but for vest results I let them soak for usually 2-3 days before they start really getting good.
This is a little bit like one of my previous recipes, the coconut cauliflower curry. In fact it’s very similar, I just love this recipe.
This is one of those recipes that if you are trying to eat healthier but don’t want to feel deprived, you’ll be fine with this one. While yes, coconut milk is very calorie dense, coconut milk also is very filling. I got so full from just a few pieces of cauliflower because of the coconut milk coating my stomach. It’s perfect. And of course we all know how great cauliflower is for us, so why not get it in our diets somehow?
Do you love sweet potatoes and or brussel sprouts? Are you the only one in your family that does?
Do you suffer from not being able to have these delicious delicacies on your Thanksgiving table each other because of that?
Well my friends, this recipe is for you.