Tag Archives: strong bones

Want Delicious Meals in Minutes and Strong Bones? Classes and Inspiration

Organic Carrots fresh picked

Autumn Greetings!

Thanks to everyone that took private cooking classes and came out to experience living the super luscious life with me this summer. Stay at my Organic B&B, I enjoyed hosting, and am welcoming more guests coming this autumn. It is a pleasure to provide nourishing meals and organic lifestyle tips on Embodying a Delicious Life. Continue reading

Organic and Sustainable Living Chopping Wood

Leslie Cerier, The Organic Gourmet chops woods. A great work out, like having my own gym in my backyard and then I get to heat my house with it.

And I am wearing organic cotton clothes.

Eating Your Way to Strong Bones

Quick and Easy Greens in Tahini Sauce, Non Dairy

Saturday November 10; 11AM-2PM: Eating Your Way to Strong Bones; Amherst, MA

Cut through calcium confusion. Discover and prepare delicious vegetarian, seasonal dishes to nourish your bones. Find out all the fabulous whole foods to eat to strengthen your bones and foods to avoid that weaken the bones. We will feast on what we make for our lunch. Continue reading

Organic Cacao Truffles, my Super Foods

organic cacao truffles, Leslie Cerier's super food

Organic Cacao Truffles, these are my daily treats and super foods. With magnesium rich cacao for my energy, stamina, healthy skin and strong bones, just to name a few of the many benefits, I love eating them. I have fun mixing and matching a variety of organic nut butters and virgin coconut oil for luscious variations. Antioxidants, iron, magnesium, calcium, and mood-boosting neurotransmitters are some of the reasons to eat lots of cacao. Continue reading

Baba Ganoush YUM

vegan, vegetarian, baba ganoush, dairyfree gluten-freeI do a lot of coaching and teaching about eating your way to strong bones. Yet, it is summer and organic tomatoes and eggplant are in season. Here is how I create/cook up balance. When I blend the cooked eggplant, I add garlic, plenty of parsley, some raw, calcium rich and alkalzing tahini, and also season the dip with alkalizing umeboshi vinegar. Lemon and sea salt would also be fine. Also, as you can see from the photo, serving the baba ganoush with greens also add to our calcium, and yellow tomatoes tend to be lower in acid the the red ones.  The red tomatoes posed for the photo. And the nasturtium flowers adds to the YUM! Continue reading