As a teenager my stepdad used to cook an elaborate meal that we called Food. It consisted of Top Ramen noodles, a fried egg, a buffalo patty, and salsa. Simple, and inexpensive this was a meal that we enjoyed quite frequently. This recipe is a replica of Food, with a much healthier spin.
These are one of Ryan’s favorite backcountry snacks, and if they are in the house we all love to eat them! We also love hemp seeds and have replace shredded coconut with hemp seeds to increase our plant proteins. These are rich cookies, and you really can’t eat too many at once, but they are soooo yummy you might try!
When you see how easy this recipe is, you will never want to buy yogurt again. Full of beneficial bacteria, and easier to digest, yogurt is a staple food in much of the world. Considered a fermented food, yogurt is a great way to improve your digestion.
This is literally the very first dish Hillary cooked for Ryan way back in the day. It's cheap to make, quick, and packed full of garlic, which is a favorite in the Sthealthy garden and kitchen. It adds a flair of Mediterranean flavor with pepperoncini peppers, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, and parmesan.
In the HHH Episode #11 we talk all things meat prep- getting your wild game out of the mountains, home, and then how to make things like summer sausage yourself. This is a simple way to enjoy your deer or elk, AND knowing what exactly is going into it!
Yep, it's true, we love kale. Our garden is usually overflowing with it from May- December and we can never use all of it. This year we got smart and threw it in the Excalibur dehydrator, and for weeks we had the "lovely" smell of kale filling the house.