Category: Kitchen Remedies

Beer

| November 13, 2015
beer

Beer probably isn’t your idea of a health food, but read on. Moderate beer consumption, one to two beers daily, can provide heart protection specifically by increasing good HDL cholesterol and lowering the bad LDL cholesterol. Moderation is the key. Heavy drinking doesn’t confer that protection and increases the risk of other, greater health problems.

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Butter

| October 23, 2015
butter

Dr. Weston Price did groundbreaking research in the 1930’s and 40’s and described how our dietary choices changed and the ill effect those changes had on our health. Particularly harmful was the introduction of vegetable oils and artificial vegetable oils such as hydrogenated shortening and margarine. What happened to butter? At this time, during WWII, […]

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Microplane Grater

| August 14, 2015
grater

The microplane grater I’m talking about is a hand held tool designed to grate zest or nutmeg or frozen lemons (which can be hard to grate). This tool actually gives you more range in your kitchen because of its sharpness and ease of use. The cutting edges of the microplane grater are based on a […]

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Braggs Liquid Aminos

| September 26, 2013
liquid aminos

Bragg’s Liquid Aminos is made from soybeans; soybeans are a complete protein source containing all the essential amino acids necessary for human survival – equal in value to animal protein sources. Bragg’s Liquid Aminos is very salty and used much like soy sauce, to season and salt dishes.  Unlike soy sauce, it is not fermented […]

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Flour

| June 26, 2013
flour

You’re wondering what flour (yes, wheat flour) is doing on a natural remedy site.  We didn’t always have activated charcoal capsules for stomach ailments from indigestion to gas to food poisoning.   Grandma knew what to do.  Take flour (white or wheat) and put it in a dry skillet.  Cook it, stirring constantly, until a very […]

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