Author Archives: Jill R.

About Jill R.

Mom, mostly tired, to 3 boys, mostly wired. Pretty much obsessed with healing foods for healthy brains.

Happy New…February… Notes and updates

Come to the Instant Pot side! We have delicious food and cheesecake! Errrm.  Guess I dropped the blogging ball there. Have you heard about the Instant Pot 6-in-1 or 7-in-1 automatic pressure cooker?  I got one a few months ago, … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

  Best wishes for a lovely holiday season! Here’s a little homemade liver tonic  to give your liver a little love. Chances are, it’s working overtime this weekend!     1/2 c beet juice over ice, a few drops stevia, fill it … Continue reading

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I’m back! Sort of…

I didn’t even realize it had been over two months since I posted.  My bad! bumpy school year for my youngest extra intense parenting (has there been a 3-month full moon?) juggling new supplement regimens with mixed success (why does … Continue reading

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I was on the radio!

Well, Internet radio. My new friend Candace Craw-Goldman, who I met on my Sacred France trip, hosts a BBS radio show and blog called New Earth Journey. So, this is me dipping my big toe into the media pond, talking … Continue reading

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Spicy Basil Chicken

 This is one of my favorites.  It’s quick and flexible, too.  Both ground chicken and ground turkey work in this recipe and cook quickly.  The basil and garlic lets you throw this into some pasta sauce or stir-fry with coconut aminos … Continue reading

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Instant Pot Lemon-Mustard Chicken and Herb Potatoes

This is more method than recipe, but here goes.  I was doing a big cook-up day and had two burners and my oven already cooking away.  I pulled out my Instant Pot, threw this together and BAM, delicious dinner.  I … Continue reading

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Autism recovery is real: My son’s story

Someone pointed out that I didn’t actually include my son’s autism recovery story on this blog.  Oops.  It’s in Evolution of the Revolution: From Hope to Healing.  Final chapter.  To rectify the lack of our story, here is a shorter version. … Continue reading

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ALF device update–look at that smile!

Phase One: Complete! Somehow, we hit the sweet spot of pre-puberty growth and appropriate timing for the ALF device and Kyle has completed Phase One in exactly one year.  Woot!  He’s been device-free for almost 5 months and his bite … Continue reading

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Stuffed chicken breast with sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms, and bacon…oh, and cheese…and gravy

  Happy accident!  I had the following in my fridge the HAD to be cooked (or tossed the next day): 2 packages of chicken breast, 2 small heels of raw cheddar, a thawed package of Applegate Farms organic turkey bacon, and … Continue reading

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Taureau des Gardiens, a.k.a., slow bull, or Provencal cowboy stew

There were two tour leaders on my recent trip.  One was the author Kathleen McGowan and t he other was her dear friend Isobel Denham.  Isy has a wicked sense of humor and a musical voice.  One day we piled … Continue reading

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