Author Archives: Corners of the Mouth

Berry Scones – by Akemi

serves 4-6 1 cup buttermilk 6 TB sugar 1 egg 3 1/2 cups Pamela’s Gluten-free baking mix or pancake mix or regular baking flour 1 heaping tsp baking soda 1/2 cup melted butter 1-3 tsp lemon zest 1 cup berries (blueberry, huckleberry, blackberry or raspberry) Blend together buttermilk, sugar and egg and then sift in […]

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Pet corner – Pennyroyal for Fleas

With the long spring and the recent rain, we have the good fortune of still having a plethora of wild pennyroyal growing along roads, trails and water’s edge this year. Even in its flowering state it can be picked to use as a flea-wash for your dog, horse or (tolerant) cat. Just gather a produce-bag […]

GMOs under Scrutiny

Today in the United States, by the simple act of feeding ourselves, we unwittingly participate in the largest experiment ever conducted on human beings. Massive agro-chemical companies like Monsanto (Agent Orange) and Dow (Napalm) are feeding us genetically-modified food, GMOs, that have never been fully tested and aren’t labeled. This small handful of corporations is […]

The Deal on Diabetes -Lois Senger

As the return of cooler temperatures and the holidays approach, facing our inherent attraction to sweets is worth paying attention to. Type 2 diabetes is growing in the USA at an alarming rate: 25.8 million people (8.3% of adult population, National Diabetes Stats August 2010). What was once referred to as “adult onset” is becoming […]

Nuts for Coconut Bars! Formulated by Local Chef Dory Kwan

If you haven’t tried Leslie’s Organics Coconut Secret bars yet, you’ve been missing a real treat. The founder of the company, Leslie Caren, conceived the idea when she was living in Navarro years ago and found out both her parents had adult onset diabetes. She and her brother set out to develop low glycemic snack […]

Radiation update by Karin Uphoff

Despite what the EPA wants us to believe, background radiation in a recent St. Louis rain was 3 times higher than a previous June reading. Oklahoma City readings and reports from rain readings in Canada all show “dangerous radiation levels” (nearly 10 times normal background levels), while market peaches checked in the LA area contained […]