It’s that time of year when various publications, network morning news shows, blog posts and more make predictions for the upcoming year. One of them caught my eye and made my heart jump with joy. “How Will Americans Eat in 2022? The Food Forecasters Speak” was recently published in The New York Times. Why was… Continue reading In Sync with 2022 Food Forecasts
Once in a great while, something happens that makes me feel even as a novice from the Midwest with no living seaweed in sight, that I am not alone in my studies of this complementary and updated ancient healing ingredient. For example, historically, edible seaweed and other plant resources and promotion of their properties for… Continue reading A Christmas Wish
We're in for a chilly winter. At least, that's what is being predicted in this year's "Old Farmer's Almanac." The newest edition of the 230-year-old series projects the 2021-22 winter as a particularly cold one, dubbing it the "season of shivers,” and says it could even be "one of the longest and coldest that we’ve seen in… Continue reading Is It Soup Yet?
I was talking with the person who helps with our marketing and mentioned that she should use coconut oil or ghee in a certain recipe. She looked a bit confused and asked, what is ghee? Talk about me taking things for granted. This is a smart lady who cooks a lot, her brother was a… Continue reading All About Ghee
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!
I recently ran across an article online from marthastewart.com. “5 Food Trends That Are About to Be Everywhere” is a recap of the Specialty Food Association’s Summer Fancy Food Show from July. The editor who attended the show summarized five food trends that will be “everywhere” in 2019. #1 on her list? Seaweed of course!… Continue reading Seaweed Products Rank #1 Among Top Food Trends
A team of researchers in a GMP-certified laboratory in New York has identified 5 compounds that can naturally restore optimal levels of acetylcholine. This is the little known chemical (lack thereof) that causes memory decline. The compounds are Alpha GPC, Huperzine A, Bacopa Monnieri, Lion’s Mane Mushroom, and Ginkgo Biloba. Better yet, clinically-backed by scientific… Continue reading Gently Boost Your Energy/Brain