I just stumbled on your recipe for Tapioca flour Tortillas. I promptly rode my bike to the store and picked-up the flour. Made a 1/2 batch to test them, filled it with left over pulled pork and cilantro, Oh Boy was that ever good. Last night DS wanted crepes and I wasn't sure what to substitute but after trying the tapioca flour I know it would. I think I will make tacos this week, I have to do something with all the grass fed ground beef in the freezer. Hubby will be so happy! Thanks!
ugh, i feel so yucky today. does anyone remember that weird tongue thing i had going on? well, apparently the hubby has it now. kids don't have it so apparently it's not airborne. anyway, i have a mild version of it- only two inflamed taste buds, really really sore throat, and malaise. wedmd symptom checker has nothing for me.
i need to get back to eating my daily greens.
Forgot to tell you, tried out the tortillas a few weeks ago and they rocked!
BTW, your Sex at Dawn thread sure took some interesting turns... I only read about 2/3 of it though, since I have Kenn on ignore, LOL!
A way a lone a last a loved a long the ... riverrun, past Eve and Adam's ...
lol! now why on earth would you do a thing like that? i had him on ignore for many months, not entirely sure why i took him off.
so i was doing really well eating VLC for about umm...two days?? but i ran out of stuff to eat and the little guy fell asleep when i was planning to go grocery shopping. so while my steak was cooking on the grill (i'm super hungry because i had to thaw the steak, poor planning i suppose) and i was looking for frozen blueberries for the middle child, i noticed the strawberry ice cream. well there goes VLC and reducing candida populations in my intestines. *shrug* oh well.
then i had this awesome thought regarding vegetables. i like eating my veggies, but i don't like cooking that much anymore, so a little incentive might help. maybe if i reach my "9 cups per day" goal, i can have ice cream! and then i realized that, as much as that sounds good in my head, that's not how it works in reality. because in reality i say "fuck this carrot and stick BS, i'm going to go straight to the ice cream, because i can." yup, i am awfully smart.
btw, i can swallow now without pain. yay! and i don't feel too much like shit. i think it was the potassium i took this morning. i'm still having weird heart symptoms, like every once in a while i have to catch my breath.
so i want to try Dr. Terry Wahl's protocol for MS. it's going to be a challenge because i'm lazy and it involves a lot of vegetables (more prep). she recommends 3 cups of greens per day (mentioning only kale, but i'm going to pretend that swiss chard , spinach, and romaine are included); 3 cups of sulfur-veg per day (onions, mushrooms, cruciferous, leeks, garlic), and 3 cups of other veg and berries (make sure to include 3 vibrant colors). the vegetables aren't going to be the hard part; i don't want to eat offal, but that's part of the guidelines. eww!! also, i should be eating seaweed at least once a week. i like seaweed, so not a problem. maybe so the iodine comes in daily doses, i'll just eat a little seaweed every morning. the only issue is my concern over radioactive seaweed; not sure if that's such a concern still.
my morning 3 cups of greens:
yesterday we planted a bunch of annuals around the yard: coleus, impatiens, petunias, violas, allyssum, lazy-eyed susan, and some others whose names i forgot. my soil sucks big time. it lacks organic matter and thus tends to clump and not hold water properly. though, the little woodland garden i'm creating under a large tree is in great soil. i have too much crappy soil in the rest of the yard to be able to fix it all at once, but i'm trying to fix it through lazy composting (dig a hole, throw in food scraps). also, someone will be coming one of these days to bring me free, rich junk-free soil. most of that will go in the kids' old sandbox; i promised them a garden last year and still haven't followed through. the rest will be worked in around the yard.