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fibromyalgia warrior

“Fibromyalgia is Just a Group of Symptoms”

I want to write! I want to tell you about all that is going on inside of me, but it is trapped. It is trapped in my analytical mind and entangled in the swirl of emotions I feel. I struggle to put feelings into words. I feel, I know, I do, and I am, don’t ask me to (what is that word?) …verbalize what all of the feels are. Words are so inadequate in describing feelings.     [caption id="attachment_51004" align="aligncenter" width="562"] photo credit Kalen Emsley[/caption]   Feelings are color and sound and taste; there is adrenaline and temperature, there is light and dark. How can you harness all of that and just say happy or sad? I know there are many words that mean much more than happy or sad, but they pale in...

organic canned carrots

Carrot Custard

A wonderful treat that is rich in protein. Heart-warming and cozy fall dish that your whole family will crave, especially as the nights grow longer and the howl of the fall breeze creeps in. Bake fresh in the morning for breakfast or make ahead the night before. It is delicious warm or cold.   Ingredients: 2 pint jars of canned carrots 8-12 eggs 1/4 cup melted coconut oil (plus 1 Tablespoon each, for the skillet and cake pan) 1 cup brown sugar 2 Tablespoons molasses 1 Tablespoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon cloves 1/2 teaspoon mace (optional)   Instructions: Preheat oven to 350F Canned carrots retain a lot of moisture making the texture mushier than most people appreciate. You can easily reduce the water retained in the carrots by cooking in a skillet for a few minutes. I prefer a cast iron pan with...

Melanie's Gluten Free Flour Blend

15 Tips for Easy Gluten Free Travel

Traveling and staying on a gluten free diet is hard! Your kids see all of the fast food restaurants whiz by and want to eat the foods that will hurt their tummies. How can you travel gluten free and protect your body at the same time?     Our family had the pleasure of taking a couple of trips out of state this year. Here are my best to make travel easy - even on a restricted diet and tight budget.   [embed][/embed] Travel gluten free that is fun and easy!   Travel by car whenever possible   Pack your clothes 4 days in advance so that you have time to get food packed   Don’t risk a reaction for the sake of convenience - eating out might not be worth the risk.   Plan your meals ahead of time and eat from your...