Super simple green banana chips

Green bananas have amazingly different nutritional properties from the ripened yellow banana.  Essentially, they contain a type of food starch that cannot be broken down by the enzymes in your digestive system.  That action helps block sugar uptake, making them beneficial to folks wanting extra Vitamin B6, potassium and other nutrients, without the glycemic boost from … More Super simple green banana chips

Baked Eggplant

Ingredients: Medium size eggplant olive oil seasoning salt cayenne pepper Cut the green end off the eggplant, the cut it in half lengthwise.  Lightly oil a glass baking casserole (with lid).  Lay the eggplant cut side down.  Pour a light covering of olive oil over the exposed top of the eggplant.  Lightly sprinkle the seasoning … More Baked Eggplant

EZ Baked Squash

So simple, and so good.  In a glass casserole, pour virgin cold pressed organic olive oil to cover bottom.  Add four uncut green squash.  Lightly oil with the olive oil the top of the squash.  Sprinkle garlic salt, pepper and mrs dash spice on top.  Cover and bake for 25 minutes in a 350 degree … More EZ Baked Squash

Homemade Apple Wine

Well,  I have found that when wine may be available (or not), it is still a fun thing to make.  The problem for any alcoholic beverage is that you have to be thinking weeks and months ahead of its consumption.  Which means, that not only do you need to practice delayed gratification, but you also … More Homemade Apple Wine

Tuna Cauliflower Casserole (Tuna mac without the wheat)

Ingredients: tuna in water – drained – 2 cans  – 6 oz cauliflower -1 head  – cooked and drained cream cheese – 6 ounces yogurt – 6 ounces slivered almonds – 1/4 cup sliced green olives – 1/4 cup red pepper gouda cheese sliced – 2 cayenne pepper – 1/4 tsp olive oil Cook cauliflower in … More Tuna Cauliflower Casserole (Tuna mac without the wheat)