Don’t have a rice cooker? No problem! Use your crock pot! Yes, you can cook rice in your crock pot, and you can make it more nourishing too. I’ve soaked my grains for few years now (most of the time, sometimes I forget to get it soaking the night before) because they are more nutritious that way. Brown rice has much better taste and texture after soaking, as well. You… Continue Reading
Some people hate leftovers (my daughter won’t touch them unless it’s mashed potatoes or rice), some love them. Either way, when you end up with leftovers, you need a plan to use them up or more than likely you’ll end up throwing them out. Not only is it a waste of food and money, but it’s also a waste of your time. I’d never considered that before, but it hit… Continue Reading
It’s that time again and this week I share some E things that I’m thankful for – one of which may be very surprising! Head over to Life in the Faith Lane to read more!
Yesterday, I posted about how to make hard “boiled” eggs in your crock pot (read it here) and of course shared it on Facebook. One of my friends mentioned something about adding vinegar and salt like you do when boiling on the stove top. Of course, this would mean using water, and she also wondered if using water in general would make a difference. I was curious too, so I got… Continue Reading
It’s been a couple of years now that I have been observing Shabbat. I’m not Jewish, I just don’t see where God has changed the Sabbath from the seventh day of the week (which He established at Creation) to the first day of the week. I did learn, in my studies, that a man decided that the Sabbath was to be observed on a different day. Since I follow God’s… Continue Reading
This week’s Thankful Thursday focus is on things that start with the letter D. Hop on over to Life in the Faith Lane to read about why I’m so thankful for my sweet, lovely daughter and two other D things. Just click the graphic below to be instantly transported! Have you found Life in the Faith Lane on Facebook yet? It’s super easy, just click here!