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Chances are, you’ve probably used up most of the turkey meat from Thanksgiving by now and you are about ready to throw out those turkey bones. WAIT! Before you throw out those bones, did you realize that you can get about 2 gallons of delicious, nutrient rich, mineral loaded turkey stock by simmering them for …

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Last month, I wrote about a healthy living documentary for our local PBS station that I was privileged to be a part of.  I attended the screening party recently at the University of South Florida and was frankly a bit disappointed as the documentary seemed to focus almost exclusively on exercise as the optimal way …

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We roasted two ducks for Christmas dinner this year.   As luck would have it, I was able to source them for the fantastic price.  For such a gourmet dinner choice, they turned out less expensive than the local chickens I buy! Duck is a much fattier bird than turkey or chicken.  One great benefit …

Lentils play a critical part in my traditional cooking repertoire.   Low in phytic acid and other anti-nutrients, lentils require only a quick soak before they are ready to cook – unlike beans.    If you sometimes have trouble digesting beans like I do, even when properly soaked and cooked, lentils are a wonderful alternative. …

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In all my years helping folks transition their wayward eating ways back to the tried, true and traditional, I have discovered that making fish stock consistently ranks as one of those kitchen activities with a  “ain’t no way I’m going to do that” sign attached to it. So, here I am doing a videoblog on …

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Don’t throw out those turkey bones from Thanksgiving! Check out the 5 minute video below where I show you how to use those bones to make a couple of gallons of turkey broth (aka turkey stock) which you can then use to make healthy soups through the end of the year! Turkey Broth Basics ingredients …