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Judy L Young
Wichita, Kansas USA
Learn how nutrition impacts your energy levels throughout the day, how to navigate the grocery store on a very limited budget, and how to select fresh produce in order to prepare quick and nutritious meals
Interests: Farmers Markets and FRESH Produce, PLUS Laughter Aerobics -- 15 minutes of deep belly laughter each day
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All Natural Fiber Veggie Brushes NO PLASTIC . . . YEA!!! BPA FREE Compostable Look all natural coconut fiber bristles and beechwood handle. They are advertised as bottle and pot scrubbers. I actually purchased them for veggie brushes. See the cute little Curly-Q on the end. I want that for... Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Bless Mother Nature, she has done it again. With lemon juice and salt you can make glassware sparkle removing any watermark stains. Plus I found it to be a wonderful clean and natural deodorizer for my car. Reading a copy of Old Farmer's Almanac I discovered I can keep and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 18, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Did You Know . . . There are foods you can eat to slow cognitive decline? Yes, there are and you can find the full report here. Plus a review in the American Academy of Neurology. According to the study, if you eat a diet high in flavonoids, yellow and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
For those who need it . . . Upright Walker. . . even if you don't need one, you probably know someone who does. When you think about it, this upright position takes ALL the weight OFF your low back, hips and knees. Making walking so much easier. It ALSO... Continue reading
Posted Jun 26, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Investigate: What are the issues? Identify: What is holding you back? Evaluate: What outcomes do you want? Intervention: When can you get started? Support: Who is on your side? Celebrate: How will you celebrate your success? from your friend in the kitchen, Judy L. Young Cooking at Home with Judy... Continue reading
Posted Jun 18, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
An article from the Washington Post by Ben Guarino and Frances Stead Sellers titled "Brains and COCID-19 have mysterious relationship", appeared in my Wichita Eagle. The Eagle choose not to post it online and the Washington Post requires a subscription to read theirs. I found the article to be of... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Because of my intense Vertigo I cannot watch TV, videos, or use a touch screen of any kind, so no cell phones. I love Henry Ford Innovation Nation on CBS on Sunday Mornings. I tape it so I can skip past the fast moving commercials. Because this show itself has... Continue reading
Posted Jun 11, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
There was a question on Jeopardy the other day, which I can't remember, but the answer was . . . Blackstrap Molasses As you know, I avoid all processed sugar. Why? Because if you have ever seen RAW cane sugar you know it is NOT white. So how do they... Continue reading
Posted May 16, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Saw an ad for a new product to revive FADED dark clothing. Wanted to check the ingredients but couldn't find them. Checked other products only to find chemicals I couldn't pronounce. Decided to Google what to do for faded clothing. Guess what? 1/2 Cup SALT in a single load of... Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Pink Eye is Highly CONTAGIOUS If you've never had it . . . be glad. If you have you know the pain, discomfort and isolation it brings on. It can be either bacteria or a virus that causes it. Most likely contact with an infected surface. But I am of... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Your link to learn more about how to reply to comments did not work. Please send again. Put atigerin your tank every morning! And I dont mean Tony the Tiger I meanREAL LIVINGfarm fresh eggs!
Toggle Commented Apr 24, 2021 on FREEZE WHOLE LEMONS at Cooking at Home with Judy
Brussels Sprouts. . . If you hate them -- you really might like my version. Wash, remove tough ends, slice thin Place ceramic skillet over med-low heat Sprinkle in a pinch of coarse black pepper 2 T butter Add Brussels Sprouts toss, cover until just tender (NOT mushy) Add 2... Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
If you have a friend struggling with a weight problem . . . Send them this note from my heart. Boy do I know the pain of constantly putting on the pounds no matter what you do. I put on an additional 20 lbs., when I went on a low... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
If you are not already receiving Verne Harnish's Newsletter you should be. He offers wonderful advice for growing your business, which also applies to life in general. Plus he serves on the board of the Riordan Clinic. If you are not familiar with them Dr. Hugh Riordan was a pioneer... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Add this to your list of OH MY GOODNESS . . . Today, as I was preparing lunch, I had an epiphany! I had just put a batch of FRESH green beans into a large skillet of boiling water (page 44 Cooking with Judy). Pulled a package of chicken tenders... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Beautiful Red Swiss Chard Soup Amazingly delicious and high in nutrients, especially raw. It will loose a little of its nutrients when cooked but not much. I love it in my scrambled eggs. It was so beautiful in the store I couldn't resist buying it. I prefer small tender crisp... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Here is an email I sent to friends last week. A really great article from the New York Times ran in my local newspaper this past week. You should read it for yourself and pass it on to family and friends. The journalist was Anahad O'Connor and the title was... Continue reading
Posted Mar 16, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
DID YOU KNOW . . You can FREEZE WHOLE lemons, limes, oranges and probably grapefruit or any citrus fruit you like. Restaurants have been doing it for years and adding spectacular flavor to your dishes and you didn't even know it. Just remove the produce label and scrub the fruit... Continue reading
Posted Mar 8, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Magical Dark Chocolate Ice Cream Looking up the history of where chocolate (cacao) came from, I found the first trees probably grew at the foot of the Andes Mountains, near the Equator. However, the first people credited with eating Cacao are the Olmec people. They lived along the Gulf Coast... Continue reading
Posted Mar 8, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
When Foam Rubber . . . isn't Rubber anymore! So be careful . . . Because Rubber is NOT always rubber, but rather plastic. How many people do you who know are allergic to Latex? Why do they always ask that question on medical forms? Read my extensive research Download... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
I stopped eating Deli Meats years ago. Read why Download Deli meats.pages Then I found . . . Niman Ranch Where their animals are Raised with Care®. UPDATE: A friend brought it to my attention that Niman Ranch is no longer a privately own business. They sold to Predue, which... Continue reading
Posted Feb 15, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
I am a HUGE fan of Baby Sweet Bells This is the brand I buy at Walmart. But I am sure you can buy Organic at any health food store. I have friends who buy a bag for any road trip and pop them like candy. Me, however cannot eat... Continue reading
Posted Feb 15, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Vitamin D-3 Mayo Clinic News reprinted in the Wichita Eagle. Warning: IF . . . any of you are allergic to sheep's wool take NOTE . . . calcifediol is derived from sheep’s wool. Every prescription and most commercial Vitamin D supplements contain calcifediol. If you are like me just... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Really Good Iced Tea It pays to read Cozy Mystery's . . . One of my favorite authors had a great tip on how to make really GOOD Ice Tea. I had never heard of it and love it. I drink 2-6 cups of fresh brewed herbal tea nearly everyday.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy
Chicken Noodle Soup . . . from my good friend Pam Porvaznik INSPIRATION. . . Just when I needed it! Last week in the grocery store I was thinking I needed to make soup with the amazing homemade chicken stock I had in the fridge. But nothing sounded good to... Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2021 at Cooking at Home with Judy