Summer berry sweetness

July 20, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Summer berry sweetness Native American Indians dubbed blueberries “star berries,” because the five points of blueberry blossoms make a star shape. The first Americans held the blue orb in high reverence, believing the “Great Sprit” […]


Holy hot dog grill man!

July 13, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Holy hot dog grill man! As American as apple pie, the bun-wrapped, handheld bundle of smoky summer deliciousness is a sacred tradition. Nobody wants to hear this, but you at least need to know. Over […]


Beans: nature’s gift of health

July 6, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Oh, please my friends. Does an escaping air biscuit prevent you from eating beans? For goodness sake, get over it and loosen up: the benefits far outweigh an occasional, discreet toot. All beans are rich […]


Fertilize yourself lately?

June 29, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Everybody understands the wisdom of fertilizing gardens so they’ll grow, bud and flower into abundance. Humans are no different. Without nourishment we get sick, whither and return to the earth; perish from a lack of […]


Strawberry Love

June 8, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Bright red, juicy and sweet strawberries are jam-packed with health-creating vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. The heart-shaped orbs are highly perishable and should be purchased only a few days prior to eating. Don’t wash them till […]


Our sacred gift

June 1, 2017 Wendell Fowler

“Therefore honor God with your body.” (I Corinthians 6:20) We must unconditionally love and respect all of our brothers and sisters. Every religion practice and belief system has an observation of their source; one God, […]


Quinoa: Preventive medicine in a mighty seed

May 26, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Nature unselfishly provides exactly what our amazing temple’s need to thrive. Everything we eat comes directly or indirectly from nature’s plants. One-quarter of prescription drugs come directly from or are derivatives of plants and four out […]


Asparagus: taste of spring

May 18, 2017 Wendell Fowler

As the brown-gray mood of winter gives way to warmer temperatures, asparagus pokes its purple tips through the soil. The word asparagus first appeared in English print around 1000 AD. In 200 BC, Cato the […]