(EDIT: fixed the link below)
White potatoes are part of the nightshade vegetable family. I still can’t tell if they personally affect my inflammation levels. I hear its different for everyone. I don’t crave crave homemade potatoes ever, but when I smell regular McD type fries, the scratchin and twinchin starts. They don’t even taste that awesome to me, so I reckon it’s the heroin they add into their frying lard bins that tells my brain I must have them. Either way, I still stay away from french fries or anything fried. But I do crave starches, as we should, and it’s tiring eating brown rice all the time. Hellooooo Sweet Potatoes! this tater is in the clear for dangerous toxin avoidance.
So I tried this lil easy and quick recipe. This is an addiction that doesn’t terrorize the body and mind. Like the recently added word from the Oxford dictionary implies: OMG!
When I saw the recipe and imagined the flavors together, I couldn’t have imagined how awesome it would turn out. So, click below and check it out. Filling, satisfying and it feels like indulgence. And its so pretty. However, even the oils are good for you (if the rest of your diet during the day/week is balanced). Yes, this meal was nice to me. No pain, no inflammation, no weirdness. The trick now is seeing if Husband will like it when he gets back to town.
I didn’t have Dijon mustard so I improvised and probably will keep doing it my way. My dressing involved two parts. Since I didn’t know if the tastes would blend well, I made them separately and mixed them on the plate instead:
- 1/3 olive oil
- 1/2 cup white vinegar
- white onion (small half, sliced thin into slivers)
(the extra can be used as an everyday healthy salad dressing. But I don’t like yer typical greens salad. Yeck.)
Separately, I just mixed honey mustard:
- 2 tbsps Organic mustard (or any yellow mustard)
- 3 drops of Pure honey
Kay, that’s it. Buh Bye.