Posts by Ariana

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Ariana’s Grain-Free Lasagne

Lasagne is my favorite comfort food of all time. For the sake of posterity, here’s my personal recipe.  P.s. It’s a lot of work to make, so I always make 2. Don’t cook the second one, and stick it in […]

Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal

So… Oatmeal is not low carb (which has been my goal lately), but it’s tasty and the baby (who’s now 10 months old with 5 teeth!) has decided he prefers his food warm, so it’s an easy breakfast when I […]

Sleep Training: Worst Parenting Job (So Far)

I want my son to be healthy, safe, happy, well-adjusted, and a good human being who is compassionate and respectful other people, species, and the Earth we live on. I want him to be a good sleeper. Not because it’s […]

Black lives matter

I stood in my kitchen today and cried. Two more black man were savagely gunned down by police – one being in Charlotte, only two hours away from here. I don’t understand how we’ve become this place. I don’t understand […]

What Does it Feel Like to Have a Miscarriage?

It occurred to me today (on day 3 of miscarriage #3) that many of you (hopefully MOST of you) probably don’t know what a miscarriage is really like.  I made a commitment 4 years ago to be open about my […]

Can This Trick Turn Your Morning Coffee into Brain Fuel?

I’ve been hearing about “Bulletproof Coffee” for a few years now, including from a physician friend of mine who specializes in optimizing performance. Despite that, I must admit it did not sound appealing. Basically, the idea is that instead of […]

Paleo Chocolate Mousse (dairy-free, vegan)

My friend Sheryl made this for me once, and I fell in love with it. She makes it intuitively, adding cacao and coconut sugar to taste. It’s lovely!  But I like recipes. I want to know how much of what […]

Recipe: Peanut Butter Balls

Well, our baby is over 7 months old now, and I’m starting to get back to feeling like me. The old me – before pregnancy and the year of fertility treatments, before the two babies we lost…. Okay, no, not […]

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