Meal Replacement Smoothie for Two People Try this Smoothie recipe when you don't feel like eating a meal, but want something nutritious and tasty...it's loaded with so many healthy things for you. Helps you look good and feel good! Handful of greens such as spinach, kale or other dark greens. May also make with a… Continue reading Beautiful Skin Begins Within
Recently, you may have seen restaurant menu items, frozen specialty foods, and recipes using cauliflower in unique ways. Yes, it’s sort of a humble vegetable, with its pale and bland look, and to be frank, its smelly odor when steamed. With all of that going for it, how can it be the versatile wonder vegetable… Continue reading The Incredible Cauliflower
Agriculture is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, and around a third of the emissions from the sector are thought to come from livestock producing methane. Emissions from the world’s nearly 1.5 billion cattle are a major source of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. Preliminary research (from a 2015 Australian Study) has indicated a… Continue reading Seaweed Showing Dramatic Results as Feed Supplement for Livestock
I like to make homemade salsa in the summer, when tomatoes are so yummy. However, Jay our "Merman" created this recipe which uses canned tomatoes. It is quite tasty, and since it includes some of our Land & SEAsoning, it boosts nutrition as well. (You have to have some salsa for the Super Bowl!) Ingredients… Continue reading Merman Salsa
Note: This is a guest blog by one of our fantastic mermaids, but in this case our one and only "Merman" Jay Fickess. Yuck. Eat weeds? Why?The word weed has taken on a few meanings, mostly referring to plants that we believe to be undesirable and invasive. But there are some weeds that are healthful,… Continue reading Give Seaweed a Try!
Sharing a quick video from Medelin (Colombia, SA) of fixing boiled new potatoes in a broth of dried chaga mushrooms and Wakame seaweed. This is a nutritional way for detoxing both prior to our treatment (See Part 1) and as a continuing improvement for our lifestyle. https://youtu.be/eBErUDbigAo
Kathleen and Jim in Colombia, SA This post is Part 1 in a series about my trip to Colombia, South America. My husband Jim and I are in Colombia this January to explore stem cell rejuvenation for treating our restorative health. He is a high stress type A former jock who spends more time in… Continue reading Notes from Colombia, SA – Part 1
This coming Friday starts Kansas City’s Restaurant Week (January 11-20). Restaurant Week is an annual post-holiday tradition across the country in various cities for special lunch and dinner pricing. Diners can visit their favorite or new restaurants for a lower price. And restaurants can create revenue during the lull between the holiday and Valentine’s Day… Continue reading Reinvent Your Restaurant Week Leftovers
With the NFL playoffs going on, and the Super Bowl not too far down the road, we wanted to share our gourmet seasoned popcorn recipe. The popcorn is made on the stove top the old-fashioned way in a steel/enamel skillet with a lid. By adding our Land & SEAsoning mix, you'll give it a new… Continue reading Are You Ready for Some Popcorn?
Mermaid Bloody Mary Many people like to prepare a New Year’s Day brunch, and Bloody Mary’s just seem to go with it. After all, the champagne drinking will be done the night before as the clock ticks down to 2019, so no need for a Mimosa for New Year’s Day brunch. And sometimes as the… Continue reading Toast New Year with a Mermaid-Style Bloody Mary