Kefir – easy and inexpensive to make, delicious, and loaded with probiotics to support health! Particularly valuable for the elderly or ill.
Tag: caregiving from my kitchen
“After all these antibiotics, it would be good for your mom to eat some probiotics” said the nurse. “Does she like yogurt?” “I think that symptom may be caused by reflux” said the speech therapist. “Some probiotics would help. Does your dad drink buttermilk?” “They […]
Keep this simple baked chicken on hand. It’s good hot or cold, great in a lunch box or used the way you would a rotisserie chicken. Another oldie but goodie, about a fundamental recipe. I’ve updated with new pictures, and a few comments and […]
Wow – what a year! Last year at this time, I had just set up my computer and started to unpack the few pots and pans I brought to North Carolina from New York, and had yet to publish a recipe post here. […]
Kasha – toasted buckwheat groats – is a naturally gluten free, traditional side dish I’ve eaten all my life for the delicious nutty flavor! I originally published this post in September, 2014. This is an update, with some new pictures and a few […]