Whew. It's been a month since my last post.
Moving house always causes chaos, but I'm finding some roots. I've been settling down, settling in, and unpacking.
I'll be back at the keyboard, and back into my workshop, soon.
In the meantime, I leave you with a super recipe based on our herb class today!
In class today, Jill Hoffman ND finished up a discussion with us about what is found on a typical CBC panel and we got into the differences between fats, omega 3's and 6's, and cholesterol. She also talked up some Winter Wellness information. then, Kristen and I taught a class on making Elderberry syrup and a digestive elixir.
So tonight for dinner, I sauteed up some rainbow chard (fresh veg! vitamins!) with a knob of butter (good fat!), a la Remedial Eating. I sprinkled in some raisins (flavonoids!), and while they all softened and steamed, I toasted up some mixed nuts in a dry skillet (more good fat!). After the veggies were cooked, I turned off the heat and added a few tablespoons of the Elderberry syrup we made today to the hot pan (immune support!)
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