If I put raw carrots in front of my boyfriend, he won’t touch them—he claims that he is a “texture” person and just can’t stomach the crunch. Apparently he is the same way about apples, and yogurt (for years he would only eat lemon yogurt — and don’t even think about putting fruit at the bottom). However, despite his phobia, he knows that carrots have many antioxidant benefits as well as cardiovascular and anti-cancer benefits, and doesn’t actually mind the flavor when prepared in a less crunchy form.
Chips and Guac is one of my favorite snacks to make. Within minutes you can have gourmet guacamole sure to please a guac fiend like me. Guacamole does a great job staying fresh if you have a food saver. If you don’t have access to a food saver, try saving your avocado pits and adding them to your guacamole to keep it from browning!
This is one of my favorite salmon recipes. It’s extremely easy to make and has such great flavor! I am considering creating a few rescue recipes—or, safe meals for people who hardly cook—with my little brother in mind, leading with this gem.
Step 1: Preheat oven to 300°
Step 2: Mix in a bowl…
3/4 cup whole grain mustard
1/4 cup raw honey
Step 3: Put salmon in a baking dish/pan and spread all the honey-mustard mix all over the salmon and pan. Put in the oven for 25-30 minutes. When it is finished it will be moist and flaky.
Step 4: Steam some broccoli for a side dish. When broccoli is cooked through, set aside, add butter and juice of 1/2 to 1 whole lemon.