So in the middle of this craziness I have been having some health issues. Have I gone to the doctor . . . um . . . I need to. So I don't feel comfortable discussing them until I really know what is going on. (Then why did you bring it up?) I know right? It is because in doing a little research I have really felt the need to get back to the basics with my (and my family's) eating habits. Once upon a time I cut out white flour, white rice, and white sugar and I was much healthier. I have been wondering if I could do that again with my family, but cut out overly processed foods all together. Natural, real, food. My friend directed me towards a blog www.100daysofrealfood.com and I have been LOVING it!
I love to make food from scratch anyway--bread and treats are almost always homemade. So when I stumbled upon whole wheat flour tortillas I thought I would give it a try. I love tortillas and I love whole wheat but I have never loved whole wheat tortillas . . . until NOW! Oh so good. I have also made refried beans, yogurt, and cheese crackers. I am spending more time in the kitchen, but I am so happy with the results!
On this blog she asks people to commit to eating whole food for 10 days. I really want to try it for 30. Am I brave enough to do this right at the holidays? That is what I am thinking about right now--give me a week to totally wrap my mind around it. Am I tough enough (nod to the 90's)?