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Ghee: 1# grass fed butter. cook on low heat until liquid. Remove foam from top and simmer 10-15 minutes until clear and milk solids on bottom. Pour thru cheesecloth & funnel into jar. Can store on counter. Use to cook or for daily supplement to heal cavities
"Don't Toss Those Radish Greens!" Gretchen asked me to google if we can eat the radish greens. We don't waste nothing in our household. Tomorrow, we're having some grilled. We'll make a pesto with the rest.
Himalayan Pink Salt. "Most of the western world thinks of salt as sodium chloride – a highly refined, processed white substance that’s devoid of nutrients (it contains only two minerals; sodium and chloride). White table salt is missing of the complete range of minerals and other nutrients that protect and enhance your health. Himalayan pink salt contains the full spectrum of 84 minerals and trace elements. It is also beneficial for maintaining proper hydration when our water intake increases!"
Only four ingredients—radishes, salt, pepper, and crème fraîche—yet they make an extremely tasty raw vegetable first course. If you can, make it with the wonderfully sharp black radishes, still relatively scarce in the States but available at some farmers’ markets. Or use a combination of red radishes, daikon, or pink-and-green-striped watermelon radishes. A drizzle of fruity olive oil, about 1 tablespoon, is a delicious indulgence spooned over the crème fraîche at the last minute. David Tanis.
Rethinking Saturated Fat - Ancient Organics. "The investigators found no difference in the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, or coronary vascular disease between those individuals with the lowest and highest intakes of saturated fat. This goes completely against the conventional medical wisdom of the past 40 years. It now appears that many studies used to support the low-fat recommendation had serious flaws." Yikes.