10 thoughts on “Lunchtime

  1. If it’s medicine, what are you taking it for? If it’s just part of the gluten-free diet, it doesn’t have to be that particular combination. Which really does not sound too good. The way to eat kale is lightly covered in oil, garlic-flavored or not according to taste, sprinkled with herbs and salt to taste, and roasted for about ten minutes till it’s all crispy. Done that way, it’s actually hard to stop eating the stuff.

  2. Never yet had an edible dish of kale. In my mind it ranks up there with Poop Balls (Brussells Sprouts) as something that must be good for you because it tastes so bad.

  3. What’s the advantage of eating kale? That’s a serious question. What does it do for a person? The apples and bananas I get.

  4. Kale is one of those super-foods that should be eaten several times a week. The crispy roast [kale chips] are a great snack. Also, Susie, don’t drink your food. Eating and drinking start a hormonal chain reaction for processing said nutrition, and smoothies circumvent some of the beginning steps [like mastication].
    You really ought to read Kathy Abascal’s book “The Abascal Way: To Quiet Inflammation”. A human body can heal itself if the owner refrains from ingesting poisons. Understanding the science behind the methods makes all the difference.
    Side note: Vashon Island off the coast of Seattle is a bastion for the DFH crowd.
    http://tqidiet.wordpress.com/about/

  5. Thanks for the input everybody. Now I’ve got to begin working lots of kale into my diet.

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