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Freezing Tofu

Freezing Tofu

Freezing tofu gives it an appealing chewy texture, still easy for our aging parents to eat. And it absorbs sauce and flavor wonderfully! I updated this old post about an extremely useful technique. When I did the Proteins post, I didn’t happen to have any […]

Strawberry Kefir Protein Shake

Strawberry Kefir Protein Shake

Strawberries and banana make this kefir protein shake both tasty and sweet. A great way to get probiotics, protein, and vitamins all in one delicious glass! It’s been a little hectic around Inhabited Kitchen… specifically from the caregiving side. Though on the whole, we’re very […]

Homemade Milk Kefir – Part 2

Homemade Milk Kefir – Part 2

Kefir – easy and inexpensive to make, delicious, and loaded with probiotics to support health! Particularly valuable for the elderly or ill.

Milk Kefir – Getting Started

Milk Kefir – Getting Started

“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 […]

Creamy High Protein Red Pepper Soup

Creamy High Protein Red Pepper Soup

With both dairy and beans, this Red Pepper Soup is a powerhouse of both nutrition and flavor! Easy to make and to eat, it’s perfect for our elderly parents. As people reach their eighties and nineties, they often lose their appetites. They may lose their […]