By Purple Corn Benefits
Purple Corn has always baffled scientists and even the ancient royalty of Peru centuries ago–why the purple color and since when did it turn purple? Well, the why has been answered–it is due to the rich anthocyanin count in the plant. Anthocyanin being the pigmentation responsible for the deep purple color. But the when?
One article has it that the enigmatic purple corn has been here even before man fell in Eden. It’s the original corn God created, the article boldly claims, and only pollution probably turned it to white. But it has been preserved in Peru.
Whatever the reason, purple corn with the powerful anthocyanin grows only in the high mountains of Peru and along its coastlines. You may have purple corn also growing in your locality but it likely does not have the 16.4 mg per gram count that our Peruvian Continue reading
Spicy, Lemony Spaghetti With Roasted Garlic Asparagus
By Thisgirlsgottaeat, January 31, 2014
Get dinner on the table fast with this simple, fresh pasta dish. This spaghetti is bright and lemony, with a nice kick of heat. Serve it as a side along with a protein, or as a main dish like I have here with roasted asparagus. Delicious with a crisp white wine!
The following serves 4: Continue reading
Semolina Sandwich Loaf Recipe!
By Pepper Bento, Jan. 2 2014
I have never liked semolina. That coarse, sandy coating that encases an otherwise delicious English muffin? No thank you!
For me it was mainly the texture since sandy isn’t my number 1 texture of choice, so when I saw some Continue reading
Study: Positive Energy and Thinking Impact Water and Its Molecular Structure
Masaru Emoto writes in The Miracle of Water that positive energy changes the molecular structure of water, making it cleaner and more pure, and even giving it healing properties. This doesn’t refer to some kind of electric device sending vibrations into water, but loving thoughts directed at the water.
He conducted experiments in which water molecules were studied under a microscope. The water came from various places, including tap water. The water didn’t Continue reading