Eating for Health

While I am beyond grateful for getting some answers in regards to my health, one of the things that came out of it was that I needed to work harder to clean up my eating habits and slowly but surely lose some weight.


Beef Taco night but the bowl is made with heated till crunchy cheese bowl. This was very good!


Now something are just awesome with the way we already are, I mean we already eat home raised grass feed meat, lean wild meat, and farm fresh eggs and so on.  Above is a lovely grass fed steak with veggie/mushroom side


We also are coming into year 20 this spring on the farm.. Can you believe we have had the farm for 20 years! wow..  and so we have a large amount of beyond organic hard and soft fruits and gardens of veggies growing on land that has never seen any spays or chemicals.


We need to be even more careful this year to grow, put up and eat as cleanly as possable in terms of chemcials and so on. In the salad above, I am trying to add more nuts/seeds to our salads with a bit of dried cranberries or currents


I thought you might like to see a sample of meals made over the past week. Gearing up for showing off meals made in No Buy Feb. I wish I could say that I have had time to get out fish locally, I mean I have the river right there but the salmon and the haddock were bought.  I am hoping to get a few fishing trips done this year where I will max out my daily limit (I hope) and get some extra local caught into the freezer.

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2 Responses to Eating for Health

  1. valbjerke says:

    That all looks absolutely delicious –
    The taco shell is a genius idea! I would never have thought of that.

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