Smorgasbord Health – Cook from Scratch with Sally and Carol Taylor – Brown Rice – Nutritious and Delicious

This week from Sally and Moi( Carol) It’s Brown Rice and I can now cook it…after all these years of avoidance…I have done it! I hope you enjoy the recipes and the wonderful benefits of eating Brown Rice provided by the lovely Sally…

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to our weekly look at the nutritional value and health benefits of food that is usually included in our daily diet. This week one of my larder staples and a food that we eat several time a week… in moderate quantities since we are not as active as we used to be.

First a look at the nutritional content and the health benefits before I will hand you over to Carol Taylor who has been creating mouth watering dishes from this simple ingredient.

There is quite a bit in the press about how eating grains can be harmful to your health. I do agree that a ‘white’ diet of refined grains every day does not provide the body with any basic nutrients except for sugars. However, whilst I am on the fence when it comes to wheat which has undergone so many natural and man-made changes in the last…

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10 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health – Cook from Scratch with Sally and Carol Taylor – Brown Rice – Nutritious and Delicious

      1. Carol Post author

        Haha…and I am not “sweet” but have just been addressed as such but took it in the manner it was intended…I tease also..Sometimes I think too much..I am getting worse as I get older..

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      2. marisselee

        You ARE sweet…but not in an OA kind of way. I guess the definition is subjective, not relative. I find you sweet, though. Maybe you have to ask the hubby hahaha! And for as long as you feel good about “getting worse” then I think it is a good thing. I believe, as we age, we don’t give a lot of heck anymore that is why we think we are getting worse. Personally, I’m happier now than when I was younger.

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