About the Recipes

6 thoughts on “About the Recipes”

  1. This is a moving and inspiring post, Kristin. Thank you for sharing your story. I’m so glad you discovered the cause of your problem and I’m impressed–and very happy–that took the initiative to do the necessary research and heal yourself.


  2. I don’t know what took me so long to read more of your blog. I wish I would have been reading all along! But I am here now and I suppose that’s what counts. I say this because the food I eat and share with my family has become increasingly more interesting to me. I have always appreciated food, such that I would find myself preferring to eat and drink and people watch in glorious places like Italy over visiting the museums and exploring the history. (I would usually end up doing both, but I remember the food more!) But now, my interest in food runs deeper because every time I do an intuitive scan of my body, I am always drawn to my gut. I have no pain, but I do have low energy (in my opinion at least and I suppose that could also be from the efforts of full time mothering the last 2.5 years) and when I get curious about that low energy, my attention is always drawn to my gut. My diet. Food. I’m going to follow your blog more closely now. And I’m really excited about your granola recipes!!! Deep gratitude for your stories and poetic style too. I truly enjoy the reading. Keep going!!! See you here again soon. XX


    1. Thank you so much, Casey! Your kind words mean so much to me. And yes–food and our connection to it influence so many (all?) parts of our lives. It’s fascinating to watch how that relationship evolves over time, depending where we find ourselves physically, emotionally, spiritually, seasonally. As the seasons continue to turn, I hope to refocus on my blog. It’s an outlet I really enjoy, and knowing you enjoy it too gives me motivation! Xoxo ❤️


  3. That is a great story! I’m glad you found your solution. I was diagnosed with a very weak positive for Celiac Disease. But I don’t ever feel sick. So I basically eat gluten free at home, but when I eat out, I don’t worry about it. But I have had digestive issues for years. I discovered the foods that work best for me are similar to what you eat, and so the gluten free works. I eat a ton of veggies and fruits. Most of my food is single ingredient or very few so I always know what I’m eating. My digestion is happy, and my bloodwork is fantastic! I think you have a wonderful blog!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Lisa! And I am so happy that you’ve found a diet that works for you. I believe that everyone has a unique diet that nourishes them best, and one of the most wonderful things about the blogging community is to connect with and learn from other people who have had, shall we say “rocky,” food journeys 😉 As Julia Child said, simple food is often the best–especially when prepared with love!

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