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meet shane…Chef Shane has a giant passion for preaching to folks about real, nutrient-dense food and the divine effect it can have to help heal the hurting. Shane's mission is to show folks how simple it is to cook with real, whole foods and just how much better they’ll feel after they commit to giving their body what it needs - delicious and nutrient-dense real foods.
I remember some wonderful advice we were given in culinary school six years ago, “Quantity changes quality.” In other words, we’re gonna be cooking with a whole lot of real nutritious and tasty ingredients but if you over indulge then it won’t be very good for you. Like that dish above, beautiful pasture-raised beef stew and a pile of asparagus…all …
I’ve never been completely satisfied with the texture of an all coconut flour bread or an all almond flour bread. I just knew there had to be some combination of the two with something more than eggs to help bind it all together and enrichen it. I kept searching until I landed on this little gem of a recipe and I just love …
I know that beets are nearing the end of their season hence me wanting to get in a Quick Tip Tuesday on them…because they’re worth it and you can still find them at your farmer’s markets, at least down here in the South! One thing I love to do when we’re having company for dinner and that includes children, is make …
The first thing I do when blueberries really come into season is eat them by the handful and then I make my Blueberry Crisp…loaded with goodness. This recipe is wheat-free and would be dairy-free if you just wanted to change the butter to coconut oil in the recipe. But, most importantly it’s just yummy and comforting on a hot summer …
Even though I am a chef and I do find time in the kitchen therapeutic, there are those days I just want to get in, “get ‘er done” and get on with other things but still eat nutrient-dense foods, you know what I mean? So a bunch of veggies thrown in a blender qualifies as such. So in the summer with all …