As much as I used to love watching my grandmother in the kitchen,there was so much I just didn’t pick up on while distracted by her songs and eating up all her good Southern cooking.
As I transitioned into healthier eating, I learned things as I went along. There was a lot of trial and error involved. Yet, as I’ve said a many a times before, cooking is not just a talent, it’s a skill. That means it’s totally learnable!
Here are a few things I’ve gotten to learn along the way that may not exactly be commonplace in the Standard American Kitchen but they have come in handy a great many times in my own and hope they’ll be helpful in yours too!
Make-Your-Own Nut & Seed Milks
Make-Your-Own Nut & Seed Flours & Meals
Make-Your-Own Raw Crepes, Tortillas & Wraps
Make-Your-Own Crunchy, Shaped, Raw Taco Shells
Coconuts Young & Old, How to Select, Open, & Prep
Mastering International Flavor Profiles with Herb & Spice Blends
Top Swaps Holiday Survival Tips