Things to ponder about caloric intake and the North American diet. Via: WeightLoss.org
Reading and watching the history of Dr. Max Gerson and the strict plant-based diet that he developed during his treatment of a number of conditions and diseases was one of […continue reading…]
We recently returned from an approximate one-month road trip; therefore the long silence since my last post. Our trip took us from our home in Mexico up to Texas, something […continue reading…]
This recipe for Hasselback Potatoes that I just came across on the ‘net looks fabulous, and can easily be adapted to a vegan version simply by using only olive oil […continue reading…]
The incredible Homemade Raw Vegan Ice Cream Bars posted at Veggie Wedgie caught my attention a while back. I actually experimented a bit with the vanilla coconut ice cream, but […continue reading…]
Going vegan means giving up eggs, among many other things. And if you want to be a healthy vegan, it also means going very light on the oils, even if […continue reading…]
Image via Wikipedia Pumpkin seeds in Mexico are called pepitas. In looking for a creamy alternative to milk-based salad dressings, and being acquainted with a creamy, thick sauce made of […continue reading…]
Hello. I’m experimenting. For the past four years or so, I have been a diminishing meat eater of sorts –a quasi-vegetarian undergoing periodic growth spurts in the veggie-direction. During that […continue reading…]
Sequel to yesterday’s post, Boas in the Mist. … The birds were squawking again just after dawn in the vacant lot behind our house. It was comforting to hear them farther away than yesterday morning.
What a surprise to be awakened by raucous magpie jays and grackles heralding the passage of a large boa constrictor through the confines of our tropical garden in Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
Spectacular sculptures representative of the Women of the various regions of the state of Guerrero, Mexico, now adorn the street corners and plazas of downtown Zihuatanejo for the enjoyment of visitors and residents alike.
Zihuatanejo’s Municipal Market, or Mercado, is located on Boulevard Benito Juarez, close to the downtown core. It’s on the regular Micro bus route and anyone will point you in the […continue reading…]