Tag Archive for 'nutrient-dense'

I love fish tacos. I LOVE fish tacos. Fish tacos + Kristine = true love 4ever. (And the ones I make are kick a$$.) It’s that creamy, crunchy combo that just lights my fire. I’m going to share the recipe with you. But I’m going to do it over the course of three days, because […]

Yesterday, I wrote about my experiences logging my food intake over the course of fifteen days from January 22nd to February 5th of this year.  I discussed two behavioral takeaways – 1) that accurately recalling what you ate is a very challenging task; and, 2) that when I got caught up in how many calories I […]

I’m a big fan of intuitive eating.  I’ve never counted calories or tracked my macronutrients (fat, carbs and protein) in my life.  Instead, I eat whole, largely unprocessed foods, and see how they make me feel. As it turns out, I do best with a really big breakfast, complete with lots of protein, fat and […]

I think it’s probably time to say a little something about the type of recipes you are likely to see from me.  If you’ve read my posts on why I eat the way I do here and here, you have a sense of what I avoid eating. But when I cook, I don’t focus much […]