Amazing Junk Food
You can have amazingly healthy food that costs you NOTHING. Here’s how: You will need 2 storage bowls that you keep in the fridge.
In Bowl ONE, save all your leftover veggies. For instance, if you have 2 spoonfuls of green beans in a small amount of liquid left after a meal, that can be added to your veggie bowl. A half-eaten baked potato or small amount of meat (not bone) can be chopped into small pieces and added to your veggie bowl. All these small amounts add up after a few days.
In Bowl TWO, add all your potato peelings (high in potassium), chewed-on corn cobs, egg shells (minerals), leftover bones of any kind (even steak bones someone has chewed), all leftover salad stuff like tomatoes, greens, peppers, onions, etc., and any other foods that might go to waste.
All these “throw-away” foods are loaded with dense nutrients that our ancestors once utilized and now you can, too. Once or twice a week, drop all your Bowl TWO stuff into a large crockpot, add some water, herbs, and spices and maybe a teaspoon of vinegar, then let it simmer all day. Strain the nutrient-rich broth into a pan and toss the worn out solids into the compost bucket. Now, add to the broth the leftovers in Bowl ONE and heat. If you are short on leftover veggies, add a handful of fresh chopped veggies as well as noodles or rice. The resulting soup will be SUPERfood for superkids. With a chunk of homemade bread, you have one fine, FREE dinner. Learn and live well!
And he commanded the multitude to sit down on the grass, and took the five loaves, and the two fishes, and looking up to heaven, he blessed, and brake, and gave the loaves to his disciples, and the disciples to the multitude.