A well-stocked pantry can go a long way to be able to prepare and plan meals during a self- quarantine or social distancing methods.
Making sure your immune system is pumped up is important during this time of the novel Coronavirus. We are all under stress with the uncertainty of where this virus is heading and making sure our immune system is optimized is key!
How do I keep my home kitchen clean? Wash hands before handling and prepping foods; Wash all fresh produce before you work with them; Clean surfaces with cleaning agents before and after food prep.
Color up gray winter days with a fruit salad bursting with Vitamin C. This zesty salad contains bright and sweet tropical flavors and provides plenty of Vitamin C for the day in each cup!
You would think all oat milks are the same — but made by different companies they vary in nutrition content. Unlike nut milks — which have protein in them — (think almond milk, cashew milk, quinoa milk, flax milk, coconut milk) oats are just soluble fiber and carbohydrates. Home-made oat milk is literally just water and oats. The www.minimalistbaker.com describes how to make oat milk. Combining 1C rolled oats and 4 C water leads to 4 servings. Water and oats are blended in a high-speed blender and drained through a clean cotton dishtowel. The product is strained twice to remove excess starch. Over-blending can result in slimy milk.