Monthly Archives: March 2014

The benefits of coffee enemas

Not too long ago, I stumbled on this coffee enemas interview, that Chris Wark had with Dr. Patrick Vickers. For those who don’t know, Chris was able to beat cancer using natural remedies. The power that can be found in treating various ailments using natural remedies is possible if only people are willing to open […]

Two Legged Boxer

Not too long ago, I stumbled upon this video. I must say that I was impressed that the two-legged boxer was quite capable of running and doing all the typical things that many associate with an active dog. Limited mobility? Doesn’t seem to be a big issue with this dog, now does it? Ability despite […]

Adventures in beekeeping: One more week…

Next Saturday, I’ll have be picking up my honeybees. A nucleus to be specific. A nucleus, differs from package honeybees in that they are all related. Package honeybees aren’t related. Also nucs have not been tossed together with a random queen and then shipped to the beekeeper. I’m looking forward to welcome the honeybee nucleus […]

Weekly Dehydrator Challenge; posting on Thursdays

Starting next week, I’ll begin doing a weekly dehydrator challenge. It’s a way to keep me active when it comes to dehydrating foods. Although to be honest, I really don’t need an incentive to do that or post for that matter. I post almost daily. Challenge starts next week – Dehydrate with onions Next week, […]

Random Photo; Circus Child

A little while ago, I stumbled upon this picture (online) and for some reason it made me think about the story my father told me about a visiting outdoor circus. This particular circus performed their act right outside of the old Baltimore Fish Market. It’s been revamped and does not look the same anymore. One […]

Simple Fruit salad; Blueberries & Grapes

Keeping with my juice and raw foods only pledge during the lenten season, last week I made this simple salad with blueberries and grapes. You can’t get much simpler than that, right? Print Simple Fruit salad; Blueberries & Grapes Author: Opal Recipe type: Raw Food Prep time:  3 mins Total time:  3 mins Serves: 1   Simple Fruit […]

Juicing and smoothies

In keeping with my lenten resolve, this morning I made an incredible juice blend with apples, carrots, grapes, kale, lemon and ginger. I prepared enough to keep at home and the rest was brought to work in the stainless steel thermos you see in the background. This delicious juice blend went over well with the […]