I got a huge bag of Washington apples & dehydrated 5 of them.. (And I’m probably going to do the rest tomorrow.. They’re SO good!)

Just fresh lemon juice, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, & ginger.

1/8 of an inch on my mandolin!
Today’s intake that I’m really proud of!This isn’t out of the norm for me.. But I was really excited about eating today, which is not always the case (guilt complex). My sleep has been off this week, but I finally got up early and truly had an appetite!

Sprouted wheat cinnamon raisin Toast with almond butter and banana
Coffee & creamer

Salad greens with veggies, sliced almonds, crispy onions, & homemade dressing (fancy EVOO & balsamic vinegar, garlic & Italian herbs)
Leftover slow cooker salsa chicken from last night (chicken breast chunks with salsa & green chilies/tomatoes)
1 Avocado (I was finally so full..)

2 Washington apples

2 bowls homemade steamed veg Pancít (pad Thai sauce + liquid aminos, rice noodles). It’s SO delicious and nutritious that I couldn’t help myself.

1 glass Shriaz-Cabernet
Mini chocolate cheesecake (leftover, it was taunting me plus it’s tiny and totally not the worst thing I could’ve had)

I think I’ll finish off the day with peppermint tea. I’m sure tomorrow, like clockwork, I won’t have a huge appetite considering all I had today, which is all right with me because I like to graze on weekends. I hope this inspires someone to eat well and truly enjoy it. Life’s too short not to. 😊 Love & light, Tiffany ---------------------- reblog | 2 notes
Another breakfast favorite. 

Sliced banana and almond butter on sprouted wheat cinnamon raisin toast.
fitwithoutfat:

Chocolate banana-walnut #nicecream 🍌🍌🍌 4 chopped frozen nanas, a couple tablespoons cocoa powder, and half a vegan banana walnut muffin I made :D What’s your favorite flavor combo for banana ice cream? Reblog so I can see!


I love PB2 with frozen bananas! It’s usually my staple unless I feel like chocolate, & that case I use cocoa instead of the PB2.With the PB2 I usually top it with chopped pecans, Bob’s Red Mill unsweetened coconut flakes, & Spectrum’s ground cocoa flaxseed!
I put raw red onion on my homemade black bean burger and I can’t get the taste out of my mouth.

I’ve even had a “milkshake” for dessert and STILL tasting the onion..

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our-healthy-habits:

Veggie sandwich😋 #mymeals
Instagram: @ourhealthyhabits
onehungrymamifood:

This ugly mess was delicious: baked sweet potato filled with cinnamon pears, left over vanilla cashew frosting & homemade chia berry jam

This gives me an awesome breakfast idea.Sweet potato with cinnamon & apples!
Ode to soup

didielovestea:

drunkshenanigan:

The greatest thing about soup is that you literally cannot fuck it up. You can add any vegetable or meat and it’d be good. Added too much salt or seasoning? Add more water. Basically that’s it.

This is why I love soup SO GOD DAMN MUCH.

Or taters! Add a potato and it’ll suck up the salt and you can remove it later!

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Pink Himalayan salt is amazing!

It helps:
Aiding in vascular health
Supporting healthy lungs and respiratory function
Promoting a stable pH balance within the cells
Reducing the signs of aging
Promoting healthy sleep patterns
Increasing libido
Prevents muscle cramps
Increases hydration
Strengthen bones
Lowers blood pressure
Improves circulation
Detoxifying the body of heavy metals

Regular, commercial table salt is completely stripped of the majority of its minerals with the exception of sodium and chloride. It is then bleached, cleaned with chemicals and then heated at extremely high temperatures. The iodine that is added to table salt is almost always synthetic which is difficult for our bodies to properly take in. It is treated with anti-caking agents, which prevents the salt from dissolving in water and in the salt container. These agents then prevent the salt from absorbing in our own bodies, which leads to a build up and deposit within the organs. This can cause severe health problems. Studies have shown that for each gram of table salt that is consumed that the body cannot process, your body will use 20 TIMES the amount of cellular water to neutralize the amount of sodium chloride that is present in this chemically treated salt.
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natandmac:

Bacon + brie + avocado = foodgasm
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