I love food, but more than that I love the feeling that eating whole, fresh, close to nature foods make me feel.
Lol! I would throw it if it smelt funny - we had an issue with moths in one packet of couscous once, they were dead but must have got in there when they were packing - nice!
ecca31 I agree! Take it or leave it. I think for some people 'veggies' are a mind of matter thing, once you develop your tastebuds and give your body really healthy nutrient dense foods, he'll never go back to his old diet - sounds like he needs to make a decision that he REALLY wants to be healthy (he'll need to be with a child on the way!)
Good question! I won't allow any 'low' fat yogurt, creams etc either - low fat = low taste! just eat less of them. Also no heavily refined or processed foods (sometimes I don't allow my husband in to the kitchen either if that counts!)
Sounds wonderful, and pretty easy too, a great supper with some crusty bread, would it work okay if the seafood was frozen and defrosted?
Thanks for the responses so far, very useful - yes I had the purple/black sticky rice, loved it! Not sure if I can find it here, but have found the white sticky rice now which is good, will get a steamer and cheesecloth and take it from there! thanks again to everyone!
This is something I still struggle with a bit, but I like cook on a Sunday eve some quiona and brown rice.
Then I use use this during the week to make really taste cold salads.
A brown rice salad, with a bean mix, chopped salad/veggies and a simple vinegar/oil/lemon dressing tastes great and is really filling.
This recipe sounds amazing, quick question though - how spicy does this turn out? Want to make for family (7 and 9 year old kids - who are quite adventurous but not keen on heat). Thanks for your time.
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