My daughter loves change and surprises so today was snack day. We set about to watch ‘The Little Mermaid’ for the 532nd time and I said it was ‘Chippy day’!!!
She flew into the air and went straight to the fridge. She chose Kale, sweet potato, zucchini and parsnip. We peeled, sliced, coconut oiled, salted and baked the the thin as paper chips. Not only did she get an awesome snack she also said her mum was the bestest cooker in all the land…WINNING!
A short one for the day.
At the end of each day I look in the fridge grab a jar and fill it with salad veggies, leafy greens, ferments, quinoa, activated nuts and whatever else I can find. Add a splash and a bit of Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar and whammo there is tomorrow’s lunch. Try it!!!
Brocoli (raw, small amount)
So now that we are all organic and heading towards becoming self sustainable I decided to compile a list of the things I buy weekly and how I can source them somewhere other than the supermarket!
Supermarkets are full over priced chemical laid food choices that are purely there for the consumer to buy and get fat. There is low fat, low sugar everything and of course that is the cheapest option there, so of course low income earners (like myself) are attracted to the shelf price as well as the nutritional label. I think it is time that people became educated on exactly what you are putting in your mouth and what it is doing to your body! As someone that had been there, done that I can not stress on how important it is to know what you are putting in your mouth and stomach and better yet your children’s.
I can understand how all the numbers and words that you need to google just to pronounce are overwhelming. It took me a long time to get my head around it and a lot of study. Thanks to The Chemical Maze it has become easier for consumers to understand what those ingredients are and what they all mean.
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