The purpose of this blog is to show that organic food, and healthier food in general, is not "Rich Man's Food" but simply Real Food. I want to make a difference in changing that perspective and share "Why and How" to eat better, and to eat organic, regardless of your means. I hope that you'll follow along and realize that eating well can actually cost less than the mainstream alternatives.
I was preparing three different, but related dishes, and planning two desserts
for tomorrow or the next day, as well as two versions of a fruit dip…
was leafing through the “Extraordinary Health” magazine/ trade journal created
by Garden of Life, which I picked up at the Olympia Health Food Store this afternoon. I saw a great photo of a stir-fry and now that’s
where my mind is off to next, especially since my son just mentioned that we hadn’t had that in awhile. I’m about to write up the results of experimenting with some
of the WayFare products, which were fun and successful, but I’m wondering
what you guys think about stir-fries.
you have go-to vegetables that you always include? Do you use brown rice or
white? Sesame oil? Peanut oil? (This
magazine was using coconut oil.)
you add meat, and what kind? Do you
include eggs? Tofu?
How often do you stir-fry? Do you use a wok?
Organic Soy Sauce? Low sodium? No Soy?
Stir Fries are a terrific way to make a healthy meal when you don't have much on hand. You can use up little bits of leftovers and other ingredients, and add powerful anti-oxidant spices.
curious and I’d love your interaction! Thanks!