How to Wash Your Produce

How to Wash Your Produce

I am often asked for the best method to clean fruits and vegetables, and if commercially available produce washes are necessary. I can’t say either way if supermarket veggie sprays work but I use what I grew up using; white vinegar or apple cider vinegar. I...

Top 6 iPhone Food Apps

Top 6 iPhone Food Apps

There are hundreds of food applications available for the iphone. These are my 6 most useful and favorite apps. Learn to choose more sustainable and healthier food and tips and techniques to make you a better cook all from your iPhone. The only thing these apps can’t...

Recipe: Truffled Zucchini and Fennel Salad

Recipe: Truffled Zucchini and Fennel Salad

Summer is a lovely time for raw vegetable salads. This zucchini salad is quick to put together and pairs nicely with a variety of  main courses from poached salmon to grilled hamburgers. I use the fennel fronds to garnish the salad, but many herbs like dill...

Recipe: Crispy Pizza

Recipe: Crispy Pizza

A few years ago, my son required an elimination diet of no gluten, soy, corn, sugar, and pasteurized dairy. Out went all the “healthy” cereals, frozen waffles, crackers, and of course – pizza night. I was already an avid label reader following conventional health guidelines, but...

Bottarga Pasta

Bottarga Pasta

Bottarga Pasta is one of my favorite meals. This classic Sicilian dish is pure umami in every bite (umami is a Japanese word that describes a savoriness to food – this one word merits its own post and worth reading further if you are not familiar...

Best Basic Quinoa- Ignore Package Directions

Best Basic Quinoa- Ignore Package Directions

Quinoa is a highly nutritious, gluten-free food originating in the Andes Mountains. Though not a true grain it can easily replace couscous, rice, and bulgur. I usually serve it as a side dish with roasted chicken or poached salmon. When I serve it plain, I sometimes...

Homemade Lucuma Ice Cream

Homemade Lucuma Ice Cream

Making homemade ice cream is easy. It is not an exact science like baking where ingredient measurement can be critical. Use less egg yolks one time, more cream the next, add a little vanilla, mix in some fresh fruit, etc…  The main reason I make ice...

Sprouted Whole Wheat Challah

Sprouted Whole Wheat Challah

The traditional challah bread begins our Shabbat and holiday meals, as has been done in Jewish homes throughout the world for thousands of years. It is full of symbolic meaning dating to the Exodus from Egypt. Most challah recipes today are loaded with white sugar and...

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Hello & welcome to my blog! My name is Bella Sungkawa and I'm a 29-year-old independent blogger with a passion for sharing about fashion and lifestyle.

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