Kick Plastic to the Curb! Simple, Safe, Green Alternatives to Using Plastic

 

I want to put this out there upfront: this is not a paid post. I love this creative eco friendly product and wanted to share it with you. The links provided in this post are affiliate links via my association with Amazon.com

One of my New Year resolutions was to ditch plastic.

It was a goal in 2014 too, and I made a remarkable dent in my use of plastic by doing a few SIMPLE things: I stopped placing produce into plastic bags at the grocery store (I used paper lunch sacks instead, I began freezing food in freezer paper and glass mason jars, and started wrapping sandwiches in unbleached parchment sandwich bags instead of ziplock baggies. So easy!

But there were a few areas for which I just couldn’t find a suitable alternative to plastic: covering bowls containing leftover ingredients, storing cheese, and wrapping produce I had cut I half. For these, I was still reaching for the plastic wrap…and feeling so guilty about it! But then I stumbled across this very cool, simple, safe and eco-friendly alternative! It’s called Abeego. 

Kick Plastic to the Curb! Simple, Safe, Eco Friendly Alternatives to Plastic

Abeego (affiliate link) is created from pure beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin infused into a fabric made of hemp and certified organic cotton. Each ingredient was selected for its preservative qualities, so you maximize the life of your food and waste less of it, which is great because I really hate throwing away food!

Why Make The Switch?

Plastic makes up about 12% of household waste. And let’s face it, people stored food before plastic was invented and managed just fine, we can too. Plastic was invented 1907 and was based on a synthetic polymer from phenol and formaldehyde..not good stuff to have near your food, then or now. (Links and references about the dangers of plastic at bottom of post)

Kick Plastic to the Curb! Simple, Safe, Eco Friendly Alternatives to Plastic

So how does Abeego work? You simply use the warmth of your hands to shape Abeego to whatever container you are using. Malleable at room temperature, Abeego stiffens when cooled, holding the shape you’ve created. To clean, simply wash in cold water with an eco-friendly dish soap and allow it to dry. One pack of Abeego sheets costs about $18 and when cared for properly Abeego lasts for up to a year! The sheets come in varying sizes to fit any bowl.

TIPS FOR USE

For the love of cheese: 

Remove cheese from the packaging it came in and wrap it in an appropriately sized Flat.

Half cut:

Form Abeego around the cut side of your avocado, cucumbers, tomatoes, melons, onions and pretty much any fruit or vegetable you need to keep. Pineapple has been known to eat Abeego, it is best stored in dish topped with a Flat.

Rising dough and ferments:

The material is insulating and breathable so it is a perfect cover for rising bread dough. It is also suitable for covering fermenting foods such as yogurt, kefir and butter milk.

We like it saucy too:

The coating is fluid resistant, so moisture will not leak through the actual fabric. Sauce may add a bit of color to the patina.

A bit about meat:

Cold cuts and cooked meat on your sandwiches are friends of Abeego. Place leftover meat and raw meat in a dish, cover and store in the refrigerator. We suggest avoiding direct contact with raw meat.

Frozen food: 

Abeego is happy to help out around the freezer for the short-term jobs. A month is the limit. It leaves long term freezing up to the other guys.

Storing your storage:

Roll or fold Abeego and keep in with your other food packaging in or your linen drawer. Keep between cutting boards to store flat.

Handy Bonus! Free Jar Opener:

Grab a Flat put it over the lid of the jar, hand it to the person closest to you to open. Why work harder when you can work smarter?

Super cool product right? To order Abeego <— just click!

Kick Plastic to the Curb! Simple, Safe, Eco Friendly Alternatives to Plastic

Links and References:

The Problem with Plastic from Wellness Mama

Is There Poison in Your Plastic? from Girl Meets Nourishment

Stainless Steele and the Trouble with Plastic from Sensibly Sustainable 

Teflon is technically plastic so you may wish to ditch that too! From Angry Nutrition

8 Ways to freeze Food without Plastic from Attainable Sustainable

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Apricot Sesame Crock Pot Chicken Wings~ Get The Party Started!

 

Food. I love it. Not just because of the way it tastes, or looks, or because of the aroma that wafts through the house as it cooks. I adore food because it enhances our social experience. Whether you are gathering around the family table to feast and share stories from the day, settling in at a small table for two in an intimate cafe, or inviting friends over for the big game, food makes it all more enjoyable!

When it comes to social gatherings the conundrum is that sometimes when you are the host/hostess, the stress of making the menu and entertaining guests can diminish your ability to enjoy your own party!  So today I am going to share some of my favorite casual, stress free party dishes, beginning with an almost effortless appetizer, “Apricot Sesame Crock Pot Chicken Wings”. These are so tender and flavorful and honestly, almost no work at all! Simply whisk together a few ingredients and pour over chicken wings in a crock pot, a few hours later you have ‘fall off the bone’ perfection! I use the Cuisinart Multicooker for all my slow cooking.

Sesame Apricot Crock Pot Wings: Perfect for Game Day!

Confession time. I ate half of these are soon as I was done taking pictures…and I ate the other half the next day. They are that good.

 Sesame Apricot Crock Pot Wings: Perfect for Game Day!

 

The Recipe: Apricot Sesame Crock Pot Chicken Wings

You will need: a crock pot (I use Cuisinart Multicooker because it can brown and sauté too), high quality teriyaki sauce (I use Bone Suckin’ Yaki) Affiliate links.

Apricot Sesame Crock Pot Chicken Wings
 
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Whisk a few ingredients together, place in the crock pot and voila! Four hours later you have a healthy and delicious appetizer. Instructions for regular crock pot and multicooker.
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Recipe type: Appetizer
Cuisine: Asian
Ingredients
  • 3 pounds chicken wings
  • 2 med shallot, minced
  • 4 tablespoons toasted Sesame oil
  • 1 tsp each sea salt and ground pepper
  • 1 Cup teriyaki sauce
  • 6 cloves garlic, minced
  • ¾ cups apricot preserves
  • ½ cup freshly squeezed orange juice
  • ½ teaspoon dried ground ginger
  • 1½ teaspoons red pepper flakes ( 1 tsp for mild, 1½ for med, 2 for hot)
  • 1 tablespoon sesame seeds (for garnish)
  • 3 green onions sliced (for garnish)
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 2 tablespoons corn starch or arrow root powder to thicken)
Instructions
  1. Whisk together shallots, sesame oil, salt, pepper, teriyaki, garlic, apricot preserves, orange juice, red pepper flakes and ginger.
  2. Place chicken wings in crock pot, meaty side down. Pour sauce over chicken wings.
  3. If you have a regular crock pot, cook on low heat 2 hours. Whisk together water with corn starch (or arrow root powder) and add to crock pot. Stir. Turn crock pot to 'high' and cook for one more hour.
  4. If you have a crock pot like mine that has a sauté/browning feature you can cook for 3½ hours on low, add corn starch mixture and press brown/sauté, adjust the temperature 425. Cook for 15 more minutes till sauce is thick.
  5. Garnish with sesame seeds and green onions and serve!

 

Chicken Wings Alone Do Not A Party Make! My ‘Casual’ Party Favorites

Chicken wings are a great start to any casual party but if you want to make an entire spread while keeping it fresh, easy and healthy I have some suggestions! These recipes are my party go-to’s, because they are very little work and can be made in advance so you can relax and enjoy your guests!

Apple and Avocado Salad with tangerine Dressing: Easy to put together and the dressing can be made a day or two in advance!

Game Day Recipe Collection!

A charcuterie board is a real crowd pleaser and takes only minutes to assemble! If meat isn’t your deal my No Fuss Appetizer Platter is equally easy and appetizing!

Game Day Recipe Collection

Now this next suggestion may surprise you! I love soup for parties. I make it days or even weeks in advance and freeze it. Two days before the party I pull it out of the freezer and allow to thaw in the fridge. Then it’s just a matter of reheating and letting people serve themselves! Sometimes I offer three or four soup choices…something for every taste. I swear once you serve it, the “soup for parties” concept will be a revelation to you!

My favorite soups for parties are:
Creamy Tomato Soup, Butternut Squash Soup, Minestrone and Roasted Vegetable. Serve alone or with sliced buttered artisan bread.

Game Day Recipe Collection!

 Dessert…so many choices…but I’ll narrow it down for you!

Cake is always a favorite for parties! You can make them a day ahead and get at least 12 servings out of  a single cake. I am going to recommend my Hummingbird Cake or my Naked Chocolate Cake! Both are amazing.

Game Day Recipe Collection from The Organic Kitchen

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Grapefruit Brulée and Broiled Grapefruit with Mint

 

Citrus is in season. I am convinced limes, lemons, tangerines, oranges and grapefruits are nature’s way of bringing a little color and sunshine into the lives of people that have to endure a long, cold winter. Oh, and the smell of citrus…just heavenly!

I think pink grapefruit might just be my favorite citrus fruit. I think it is perfection as is, but sometimes when I want to spruce it up a bit I sprinkle it with super fine sugar and use a brûlée torch to make grapefruit brûlée. (affiliate links)

Grapefruit Brûlée and Broiled Grapefruit with Mint


 

Just like creme brûlée the melted sugar becomes shiny and glasslike and needs to be cracked with a spoon to eat! So easy, lovely and elegant, serve on a beautiful serving board and it’s perfect for a weekend brunch. 

Grapefruit Brûlée and Broiled Grapefruit with Mint

Another lovely and unique way to serve grapefruit is to sprinkle with sugar, place under the broiler and serve warm sprinkled with mint!

Grapefruit Brûlée and Broiled Grapefruit with Mint

 

Grapefruit Brûlée and Broiled Grapefruit with Mint

 The Recipes: Grapefruit Brûlée and Broiled Grapefruit with Mint

You will need: a grapefruit knife, a brûlée torch and super fine sugar.  My beautiful wood and marble serving board is a favorite! (affiliate links)

Grapefruit Brulée
 
A delicious twist on an already delicious fruit!
Author:
Recipe type: Breakfast or Brunch
Ingredients
  • Pink grapefruit (cold)
  • Super fine sugar
Instructions
  1. Cut ends of grapefruit off so fruit will lay flat without rolling around, then cut grapefruit in half, removes seeds and use a grapefruit knife to cut around grapefruit sections.
  2. Sprinkle generously with superfine sugar.
  3. Hold brulee torch about 3" from fruit making small circles till sugar melts and bubbles.
  4. When sugar bubbles and turns a little golden move to a new area.
  5. When all the sugar is melted, allow to cool till sugar becomes hard, like glass.
  6. Serve cold
Broiled Grapefruit with Mint
 
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A warm twist ona fruit usually served cold!
Author:
Ingredients
  • Pink grapefruit
  • Sugar (your choice, white or brown)
  • mint for garnish, chopped
Instructions
  1. Turn oven to broil and place rack about 8" from heating element.
  2. Cut the ends off grapefruit (so it sits flat without rolling around) and then cut in half.
  3. Remove seeds and use a grapefruit knife with section grapefruit.
  4. Place grapefruit on a parchment covered cookie sheet and sprinkle with sugar.
  5. Place in oven. When sugar melts and bubbles, remove from oven.
  6. Garnish with fresh mint. Serve warm

 

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Restoring Gut Health After Taking Antibiotics: It’s Not Just About The Belly!

 

Did you know that your gut is literally teeming with billions of bacteria? Don’t cringe germaphobes, this is a good thing! These bacteria in large part determine the quality of your physical health. But what you may not know is that research has shown they also play a role in the state of your mental health and even your behavior. When the bacteria in your digestive system is out of balance, fabulous health and mental well being may be impossible to maintain. One common cause of poor gut health is antibiotic use. 

Antibiotics are amazing but they are also a mixed blessing. They certainly have saved thousands of lives and when you really need them they are a Godsend. But like anything in life they have a downside. “Antibiotic” literally means “against life”. The fact is antibiotics don’t just kill the “bad” bacteria that may be causing your illness, they also kill the “good” bacteria that shore up your immune system and help you digest and process food and eliminate waste. Unfortunately after a course of antibiotics the natural balance between beneficial and pathogenic (disease causing) bacteria is toppled. Sometimes the ‘bad’ bacteria repopulate the gut before the beneficial bacteria can. This can lead to yeast infections, digestive upset, constipation, bloating, IBS, anxiety, other mental upset and even more illness down the line. Ideally after a course of antibiotics we want to restore the beneficial bacteria before the “bad” or pathogenic bacteria creates a foothold. So how do we do that? Here are some tips:

While Recovering Avoid Sugar and Other Simple Carbohydrates:

This is a good rule in general but is especially important during recovery from illness and after a course of antibiotics when the scales between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria can be tipped either way. Pathogenic bacteria love sugar. By not eating sugar and simple carbs we basically starve the bad bacteria, which is exactly what we want. The goal is to create an environment where the bad bacteria can not thrive and the the health promoting beneficial bacteria can. So how do we populate the gut with good bacteria?



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How to Restore Gut Health After Antibiotics

Probiotics, Probiotics, Probiotics…

Probiotic literally means “for life”. Probiotics are the “good” bacteria that reside in the gut. After taking antibiotics we want to replenish and restore these healthy bacteria and create an environment where they can do their work. There are many ways to get your probiotics. The cheapest and definitely one of the best ways is by eating fermented vegetables. 

The fact is every culture of people on our planet ate some form of fermented and/or cultured foods (yogurt, kefir, kimchi, pickles, sauerkraut etc…)  until the industrial food revolution. When this ceased to be the norm human gut health took a dive.

Cultured and fermented foods are loaded with the good bacteria essential for good digestion, elimination and a strong immune system, not to mention mental well being (yes, I will be getting to the connection below). Two ounces of sauerkraut has more probiotics than a bottle of 100 count probiotic capsules!

But if fermented veggies just aren’t something you are open to there are plenty of other options! You can take probiotic capsules, drink kefir, Kombucha or ‘bio k’ (expensive but effective), eat pickles, or high quality yogurt (no sugar!) and even add apple cider vinegar to your salad dressing.  There are plenty of choices for every budget and they are available at your nearest health food store. 

If you have never taken probiotics, it is wise to start slow. For instance if you choose to try fermented vegetables start with a tablespoon a day and work your way up. (For more information about probiotics, how to start and DIY recipes see bottom of this post).

Eat Real Food, In Small Portions and Sip That Bone Broth!

Eat real food. Sounds simple enough right? But if you are not sure what this means let me explain. Real food does not have artificial anything…no artificial colors, flavors additives etc. When you are sick, recovering from injury, surgery or whatever caused you to need antibiotics in the first place, your body is working plenty hard to get better, make it easier for your body to heal by reducing the workload of the liver. If it doesn’t have to filter out poisons it can do it’s job more effectively. Eating nutrient dense, easy to digest, real food in small portions allows the body to expend it’s energy to heal instead of using that energy to digest food.  Which brings me to bone broth! Homemade bone broth (my recipe) is easy to digest, mineral rich, hydrating, and contains belly healing gelatin and collagen. Sipping it throughout the day is always a good practice but when recovering from illness and antibiotic use it is especially beneficial. Bone broth is known for ‘healing and sealing’ the gut. It is great for the skin too!

How to Restore Gut Health After Antibiotics

So what does all this have to do with mental health? 

This is where this subject gets absolutely fascinating! For the first time, researchers at McMaster University have conclusive evidence that bacteria residing in the gut influence brain chemistry and behavior. Doctors and scientists have known for centuries that the brain and the gut are connected. For example, when someone is anxious they may get diarrhea, or when someone receives very bad news they may become nauseous. But what researchers have learned in recent decades is that it’s not a one way street! The brain doesn’t just send messages to the belly. Microbes in the gut also send messages to the brain! When the gut microbiome is healthy, balanced and robust the brain receives messages that ‘all is well’. But when the balance is upset and pathogenic bacteria overtake the beneficial bacteria within the gut, the brain receives inaccurate or ‘false’ messages. Messages that there is reason for alarm (anxiety), cause to be sad (depression) and perhaps even messages to behave in a certain manner like washing your hands compulsively (OCD). What research is just beginning to bring to light is that by tweaking the microbes in the gut and restoring balance, mental health can improve and so can compulsive behaviors! (links below).

So as you can see, restoring balance to the digestive system after a course of antibiotics is essential not just for physical health but mental as well. I find this new information thrilling! Until now people have endured anxiety and depression (and worse) believing their only recourse was to live with it or take medications with many unpleasant side effects. I know from personal experience diet changes and probiotics can eliminate anxiety. My daughter suffered from eczema and anxiety for 26 years. In a matter of a few months I watched her transform and heal simply by altering her diet and adding probiotics. Today is her 27th birthday and she is well, healthy, has no eczema or anxiety and for the first time in many years has a positive outlook on life! (You can read her story below.)

I encourage you to ‘pin’ this article. Chances are you are not sick, injured or planning a surgery now. But when you are you will want this information and even if you are not healing the advice given above is good anytime! As always I hope I helped, taught you something you didn’t know before and didn’t overwhelm you. Dealing with health issues can be confusing and it takes time to gather information and find what works best with your routine and lifestyle. Have a great day my friends! ~ Linda Spiker

Fabulous Resources and Links You Simply Must Read!

Gut Feelings: The Future of Psychiatry May be in Your Stomach

The Study: Anxiety and Your Gut

Study Shows Anxiety May be in Your Gut

How My Daughter Became Eczema and Anxiety Free after 26 Years!

Four Steps to Heal Leaky Gut and Autoimmune Disease

Autism and the Brain Gut Connection

GAPS: Gut and Psychology Syndrome~ The book that started it all!  Neurosurgeon Martina McBride unraveled the brain/gut connection when she had an autistic son. Since then she has helped thousands and has become a sought after speaker on healing.

How to Start on Probiotics

And for you DIYers:

“Make Your Own Kombucha” from Live Simply
Homemade Yogurt in a Crock Pot from Vintage Kids Modern World
Homemade Yogurt from Shalom Mama
Homemade Kefir from Richly Rooted
Milk Kefir: What it is And How to Make It from We Got Real
Fermented Vegetables from Divine Health from The Inside Out
Immune Boosting Smoothie with Probiotics from Raising Generation Nourished
Probiotic Raspberry Smoothie from Recipes to Nourish
Homemade Marshmallows with Probiotics from Homegrown and Healthy



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Cook Once, Eat Twice! Using Leftover Vegetables for Breakfast Egg Cups

 

“Cook once, eat twice” is one of my many mottos. Yes, yes another nugget of wisdom that should be printed on a tee shirt from yours truly. But really, using leftover vegetables in my breakfast is one of the ways I save time in the kitchen. Sometimes I just toss the veggies in a pan with pasture butter, reheat them and then scramble some eggs in the same pan.

Other times I make these delicious “Vegetable Egg Cups”.

Utilize your leftovers with these Roasted Vegetable Eggs Cups!


We love roasted vegetables (my recipe). When we still had kids at home they got gobbled up so fast we rarely had leftovers. Now that all the kids are gone we always have extra for breakfast. 

Utilize your leftovers with these Roasted Vegetable Eggs Cups!

To make Vegetable Egg Cups you can use whatever veggies you wish. I like mine roasted until the edges are crispy and brown. Then simply save the leftovers in the fridge…

Utilize your leftovers with these Roasted Vegetable Eggs Cups!

 …and the next morning add them to eggs with a little milk whisked in, pour into muffin tins and bake till set. Perfect for breakfast on the go!

Utilize your leftovers with these Roasted Vegetable Eggs Cups!

 The Recipe: Vegetable Egg Cups

Don’t get frustrated by my lack of measurements in this recipe. How much you make will depend on how many vegetables you have left over from the night before and how many people you wish to feed. Just relax and go with the casual nature of the recipe. It’s all good!

You will need: my recipe for roasted veggies, a muffin tin or ramekins (affiliate links)

Vegetable Breakfast Egg Cups
 
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An easy way to incorporate leftover vegetables into breakfast. I play it a little loosey goosey with measurements because it all depends on how much you have left over from dinner the night before. just go with the flow and know this is one of those recipes that has a lot of leeway!
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: Gluten free, grain free, paleo, whole 30
Ingredients
  • Leftover vegetables, chopped if needed (recipe link above for my roasted vegetables)
  • 2 small eggs per serving (or 1½ large eggs per serving)
  • 1 Tablespoon milk per serving
  • Example: if I want to make six muffin cups I would use 12 small eggs and 6 tablespoons milk)
  • Sometimes I fold in feta cheese, soft crumbled goat cheese or cheddar. But that is totally optional
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400. Place oven rack in center position
  2. Crack desired amount of eggs into a large bowl. (Usually two small eggs and 1 tablespoon milk fills one muffin tin cup)
  3. Add milk. Whisk well.
  4. Fold in leftover vegetables and cheese (optional)
  5. Because the vegetables are salted and peppered I don't add more to the eggs, but you may if you wish.
  6. Ladle into muffin tins filling almost to the top, being sure to get a good combination of eggs and veggies.
  7. I like to place a few vegetables on top to make it pretty.
  8. Place in oven and bake until eggs are set. Usually 8 - 10 minutes.
  9. Remove from oven, run a knife between eggs and muffin tin and gently lift out. Serve.

 

Baking and serving in ramekins instead of muffin tins adds a nice touch for special occasions. If you like this recipe please subscribe for my free weekly recipe newsletter (just under my picture, in the upper right sidebar). Enjoy! ~ Linda Spiker


Utilize your leftovers with these Roasted Vegetable Eggs Cups!

 

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post tags: Vegetarian, gluten free, grain free