Organic Food alternatives

ImageMerry meet all,

For the rest of this week, I shall cover the alternatives that are available. They are not hard to find. Imagine a world where a grocery store sold nothing but organic food. That may occur in the future, but not today. I wish. 

However, today I will talk about quinoa. Quinoa is a grain that contains all the nutrients that you need. The book Quinoa: The Everyday Superfood has more than 170 delicious recipes. It is written by Patricia Green and Carolyn Hemming. The book is available in bookstores. 

Quinoa contains all eight essential amino acids and is great for those with gluten intolerance. If you buy a grinder, and buy some organic quinoa-which is delicious, you can create your own flour to make breads, muffins, pancakes. Imagine! You would never have to buy white bread or even whole what flour again.  

I enjoy eating a plate of quinoa sprinkled with salt + pepper, and organic soy sauce or tamari sauce. It is satisfying and leaves me feeling light and more clearheaded. You cannot go wrong with quinoa. 

The problem is, is that white flour and white bread, both of which are harmful to your health, are so readily available on the market. Well we know who to blame for that. But the other side of the coin is that the people who buy white bread or even nonorganic whole wheat bread are unaware of the alternatives available on the market. 

Demand that your local grocery stores continue to supply organic food. If you do, and the stores carry it, then it will continue to be available. Because otherwise you are consuming chemically poisoned food. Ask yourself why you would want to put that energy into your body? Ugh. 

Quinoa is the new flour


Lady Spiderwitch )O(

2 thoughts on “Organic Food alternatives

  1. There is organic whole wheat pastry flour. Fantastic stuff! I’ve discovered you can use it in any recipe that calls for all-purpose flour, as a 1-to-1 ratio. As in, if it calls for 2 cups you can use the pastry wheat flour as 2 cups! Granted, it isn’t gluten free. But, my body doesn’t complain from using.

    Quinoa is a get idea that I’ve never used before. How is it in baked goods?? Like cookies and cakes?

    BTW, I’m suspicious a lot of gluten allergies are coming from gmo crops…. I know someone who has a wheat allergy-as in, end up in the hospital with epi pen. That was before monsanto started messing with the food supply.

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