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Lemon Cayenne Water Recipe: An Old Time Remedy Made New

Written by Ona J Bass on . Posted in drink

When I saw the title “Lemon Cayenne Pepper Water,” I did a double take. “Really?” I thought, “I can’t believe it.” You see, when I was a little girl I had nearly continuous respiratory problems. It didn’t help that in 1959 when I was seven years old,  my entire second grade class and I had pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough. Lemon cayenne water was one of the ingredients my mother gave me while I was sick.

Monkeying Around with Fermented Banana

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in drink

 

Recently, I’ve decided to up my probiotic intake, and fermented bananas have become a major part of my diet. I’ve done this because this is a great way to lose weight, make digestion smoother, and to experience a general boost in my health. These bananas have made me feel healthier, and when coupled with Greek yogurt, other fermented foods, and daily supplements, they fit nicely.

Coconut Cream and Coconut Milk: What’s the Difference?

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in drink

I love the taste of coconut milk; in fact, I use it in my coffee from time to time to give it that coconut flavor that I love so much. I have made a lot of recipes that call for coconut milk over the years, but until recently, I never encountered one that called for coconut cream. When I saw the recipe, it made me wonder if the two could be interchanged, and if not, what makes them different? Here’s what I found out.

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