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5 Most Flatulent Producing Foods

We all get a little gasy from time to time, flatulence or farting (hehe) is common but can happen more frequent by certain foods we eat. Its good to know what foods create more of this than others especially if you’re giving a presentation, in a meeting, during class or on a date!


5 Most Fart Producing Foods – in no particular order but when combined together create especially lethal results.

Sugars (real and fake) – Cabbage, onions and a few other vegetables contain complex sugars and almost ALL fruits.  Fruit drinks, sodas, ironically sugar-free food (like those for diabetics) and gum.

Dairy –  Milk, ice cream, cheese – If you are lactose intolerant this can sometimes cause the opposite effect and you can become extremely constipated. But once the milk starts moving, you are sure to have some diabolical farts brewing before you get to the bathroom.

Starches – Potatoes, corn, pasta and wheat – one safe starch is RICE!

Fiber – Peas, beans, carrots, apples, oranges and oat bran are good for your metabolism and digestive tract but because they are difficult to break down they can create excess gas

Fried Foods – Fried foods contain a lot of oil (the type of oil used is very important, oil that is used multiple times in a row without being changed becomes contaminated over a period of time so they can often back up your system, when combined with a “kick” like cayenne pepper or hot sauce, the oil is backing you up while the spice is trying to push it out, thus creating some of the most intense, frequent and smelliest farts ever encountered!

It’s important to note that more gas is common when a combination of food, beverages and substances are in your system. For example, I’ve found that on particular holidays I am more flatulent than others because I am not only eating more but I am eating a combination of different foods in one sitting and sometimes alcohol (and even stress) is sometimes involved.  Your body is a interconnected organic machine so every part (mind, body, spirit) counts!

How to Make & Use Pickled Strawberries

Pickled strawberries are easy to make and offer a tangy sweetness to a variety of beverages, desserts and dishes.


What You’ll Need:

  • Ripe but firm strawberries (1 pound)
  • White balsamic vinegar ( 1 1/2 cups)
  • Sugar (1/4 cup)
  • Kosher salt (2 tbsps)
  • Mason Jar (1 quart and heatproof)

Cut the tops off of the strawberries and if they are very large strawberries, cut them into halves. Discard the tops. Place them in the jar. Add sugar, salt, vinegar and 2/3 cup of water in a pot, mix together and bring to a boil over a medium high heat. Stir to dissolve the salt and sugar. Pour the mixture over the strawberries in the jar. Allow them to cool then cover and place them in the fridge to chill. Leave them in the jar for 5 days or more.

What dishes can you make with pickled strawberries?

Salads – add to a spinach salad and use the liquid from the jar as a base for a vinaigrette

Cocktail – Crush with mint and add to gin, soda and lime

Sundae – Spoon over an ice cream sundae for a sweet and tangy sauce

Oysters – Garish oysters for a little fruity flavor

Salsa – Chop with soaked dried chiles, garlic, jalapenos and charred onion


February 16th, 2018 by Alexandra Christina

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Useful Cooking Hacks Every Chef Should Know

Even the greatest chefs could benefit to know a few quick and simple hacks when cooking their favorite dishes.



Crushing garlic and ginger – use a meat pounder to get the job done quickly and safely

Chopping sticky foods – Use a paper towel to apply a thin coat of oil to the knife to prevent food like dried food from sticking to the knife

Cleaning non-stick pans – use a clean electric toothbrush to get into those nooks and crannies

Portioning frosting – use a 2 tbsp scooper like an ice cream scoop to portion frosting when baking

Tame the flame on a gas stove – stack two burner grates on top of one another to lessen the intensity of the flame so the pot or pan is farther away from the flame and the food cooks gently

Storing glassware – save space to fit more glasses in a cabinet by arranging them rim up and rim down

Soften and warm tortillas – place a tortilla on a wire rack set over a pot of simmering water, flip it once or twice to prevent it from getting too moist and so it warms evenly – no microwaving necessary

Don’t get burnt – hang potholders on the oven door as a reminder the handle is hot

Splatter guard – cut a line from the edge to the center of a paper plate then cut about a 2 inch circle out of the middle of the plate, position the cut out plate over the bowl to prevent splattering when mixing dough, batter or other dry ingredients

Helpful tips that will make your cooking and baking experience a lot easier!


February 15th, 2018 by Alexandra Christina

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Caring for and Cooking in Cast Iron Skillets

Cast iron skillets are excellent for cooking a variety of foods.

Why do we love cast iron skillets?

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They last forever, cast iron only gets better with time, excellent heat retention,  they have a naturally nonstick surface and you can season it to your liking,

How to care for your cast iron skillet? 

“Season” your skillet with flaxseed oil which oxidizes and polymerizes faster than vegetable oils but sunflower and soybean oil are also good alternatives.

How do you know if your cast iron skillet is well seasoned? 

Fry an egg on the skillet by heating 1 tbsp of oil over medium heat for 3 minutes then add the egg. If the pan is well seasoned there will be little to no sticking – very minimal sticking.

How to maintain your cast iron skillet? 

Clean after every use by wiping the surface of your still warm skillet (not hot, be careful!) with paper towels to remove any excess food or oil. Then rinse your skillet under hot running water and scrub with a nonmetal brush – you can use a very small amount of soap if you choose – a common misconception is that you can’t use soap on your cast iron skillet but you can just don’t put that elbow grease into it when you clean it with soap the way you would other pans or skillets.

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As we know, cast iron skillets last a long time, as your skillet ages you can also maintain it by heating it over medium high heat and using paper towels dipped in 2 tbsps of olive oil (held with TONGS) wipe the surface until the oil smokes and there is no more remaining oil residue.

You can also do this by placing the skillet in the oven at 500 degrees for 1 hour. Rub 1 tbsp of oil over the surface then using clean paper towels thoroughly wipe out oil then place in oven.

February 14th, 2018 by Alexandra Christina

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Bath Recipes for Relaxation & Healing

Your skin is an organ with tiny pores that will absorb the environment surrounding especially when these pores are exposed to heat. When taking a bath in warm or hot water and soaking for at least 20 minutes, your skin will absorb whatever ingredients you place in the bath. It’s sort of like a giant pot of tea and they are seeping in the water for your body to take in.



Bath Recipe for Inflammation, Arthritis & Menstrual Cramps –  1 cup apple cider vinegar, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/2 cup epsom salt

Bath Recipe for Stress – 1 cup cornstarch, 2 cups powdered milk, 5 – 10 drops lavender essential oil, 2 tbsps of dried lavender

Bath Recipe for Detox – 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide, 1 cup baking soda, 1 cup magnesium sulfate crystals or epsom salt, 1/2 cup sea salt

Bath Recipe for Eczema, Rashes, Itchy Dry Skin – 2 cups powdered milk, 1 cup oats, 1 cup cornstarch

Bath Recipe for Common Cold or to Prevent Sickness – 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide, 10 drops of eucalyptus essential oil, 1/4 cup of grated fresh ginger

Try any of these remedies to help treat whatever condition you may be experiencing, soak for at least 20 to 30 minutes to gain the full effects.

How to Make Single Serving Pizza in a Mug

Making pizza in a mason jar is a simple and quick recipe. It’s the perfect activity for childrens parties and makes a great snack too!

Pizza in a Mug

What You’ll Need: 

  • Microwavable Mug
  • Pizza Sauce or Marinara Sauce
  • Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
  • Flour
  • Salt
  • Milk
  • Oil
  • Baking Soda
  • Baking Powder
  • Dried Herbs

Combine 4 tablespoons of flour, 1/8 teaspoon of salt, 1/8 teaspoon of baking powder, and a pinch of baking soda in a mug.

Mix in 3 tablespoons of milk and 1 tablespoon of oil. Add  1- 2 tbsps of marinara sauce. Top it off with shredded cheese and dried herbs. Stick in the microwave for 1 – 2 minutes.

Single serving personal pizzas in a mug

I like to add other ingredients like pepperoni and sliced black olives.  Single serving personal pizzas the whole family can enjoy!




February 12th, 2018 by Alexandra Christina

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