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January 17, 2017

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Raw pink vs. common table salt
Jan12

Raw pink vs. common table salt

Around 6000 BC, salt became an integral, interwoven part of world history. Used in Egyptian religious offerings and valuable trade between the Phoenicians and their Mediterranean empire, salt and history have been intimate for millennia. There are more than 30 mentions of salt in the Bible, including “salt of the earth.” Many literary and religious documents refer to salt, including the use of holy salt on altars representing purity....

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Chef Wendell’s 2017 Resolves
Jan05

Chef Wendell’s 2017 Resolves

Chef Wendell’s 2017 Resolves “Meh, I’ll wait till I get sick… then I’ll eat healthy.” Years of public speaking and observation taught me that it is human nature to wait until one acquires disease before acting on it: like me facing death from terminal heart disease. It took sniffing the Grim Reaper’s decomposing breath to crack open my mind and love myself enough to end the suffering. Food is more than what is on your...

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Healthy hot chocolate memories
Dec29

Healthy hot chocolate memories

Healthy hot chocolate memories On cold winter days, everybody welcomes a steamy cup o’ hot chocolate. Chocolate contains 400-500 diverse compounds with mind and body health-boosting benefits. Not, however, the ever-present pouches generations of Americans prefer. Making hot chocolate from scratch is easy and can create health. You can buy either cocoa or cacao but I suggest raw cacao. My dear Millennials and X-Generation-trust me on...

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The Christmas Plum
Dec22

The Christmas Plum

“Little Jack Horner sat in the corner, Eating his Christmas pie, He put in his thumb and pulled out a plum, And said “What a good boy am I!” Tis’ the season for visions of sugar plums to dance in your head. We’ll never know why Jack plunged his thumb into a plum pie, but don’t try that at home; the molten sugary 350 degree mixture would cause serious burns. Dark, juicy plums originated and were cultivated in ancient China...

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Tis’ the Season-for hangovers cures
Dec15

Tis’ the Season-for hangovers cures

Man ceaselessly explores cures for the dreaded “morning after” when inflamed innards agonize in an acidic, dehydrated inferno-the Grinch responsible for creating disease and accelerated aging. Deprived of affection by my teetotaling religious fundamentalist family, I spent a third of my life inside a bottle of vodka drinking myself silly trying to fill the emptiness in my heart. I recall holidays secretly binging egg nog, liquor and...

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