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How Hot Is This Heat Wave? Bring on the Cooking Experiments

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Reporters turn to the streets to demonstrate the heat this week

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Fried egg on the sidewalk

When extreme weather hits news reporters seem to feel obligated to demonstrate for their viewers just how severe the conditions actually are — and that's when things get creative. As temperatures continue to reach scorching levels this week throughout the Northeast and Midwest, local newscasters are using food to illustrate the sizzling state of affairs. Check out this roundup of gastronomic experiments below.

• Craving a batch of freshly baked cookies, but can't bear the thought of turning on your oven? Use your car instead! The staff of The South Bend Tribune tested out this method.

• Dave Nethers of Fox 8 News proves that there is no need to build a campfire, the sun will roast your s'mores to gooey perfection.

• Of course, frying an egg is a classic heat experiment, by The Today Show's Jeff Rossen proves that frozen mac and cheese and pizza are good indicators as well.

• Chris So of The Toronto Star takes weather-based cooking to new heights by attempting to bake a roast in his car. The results are pretty impressive.

The Daily Byte is a regular column dedicated to covering interesting food news and trends across the country. Click here for previous columns.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

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It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!

It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!

It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!

It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!

It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!

It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

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It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

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It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!

It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Too Hot To Cook! Summer Cooking Tips

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!

It’s still early June here in Hotlanta, but it’s already getting too hot to cook. The last thing I want to do is heat up my kitchen these days. It sounds like a lot of other people are experiencing a heat wave too.

I was brainstorming the other day of some ways to cook without heating up the kitchen, and here are a couple of ideas that I came up with. Maybe these will help keep your kitchen cool this summer too.

Too Hot To Cook: Summer Cooking Tips

I’ll start with dinner. During the hottest part of the day, the last thing you want to do is heat up the kitchen to cook dinner. Here are some tips on feeding your family and keeping it cool.

Sandwich Night
Every mom should have a weekly sandwich night, just because it’s not fair to have to cook every night of the week! But another great reason to adopt sandwich night is to avoid heating up the kitchen.

Gather up your family’s favorite sandwich fixin’s and go to town. Get creative. If turkey and cheese is getting boring, how about a “salad” sandwich? This is one of my family’s favorites. We spread cream cheese on lightly toasted whole grain bread (the garden vegetable cream cheese is really nice for this), then add sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce, avocado and a sprinkle of herbs and sea salt. Yum!

If sandwiches are getting boring, try wraps with tortillas instead of bread. Or large pieces of butter lettuce instead of bread. More healthy sandwich recipes can be found here.

Main Dish Salads
What’s nicer on a hot day than a cool, crisp, crunchy salad?

In the summertime your body needs the additional water so give it what it’s craving by making a main dish salad.

To make a meal out of a salad, add cooked and cooled chicken, shrimp, tuna, beans, cheese and hardboiled eggs for additional protein.

Experiment with pasta salads too. Try some of the whole grain and alternative grain (spelt, kamut, rice, quinoa) pastas for variety.

===> If you need some help coming up with more ideas for hearty salads, check out this salad cookbook.

Take It Outside
To the grill, that is. Cook your meat and veggies outside on the grill and keep the heat out of your kitchen. Then serve a nice cold fruit salad for dessert. Refreshing!

You could also plug in your slow cooker or toaster oven outside on a table on your porch and then when the food is cooked, bring it inside.

How about building a small solar oven? Or buy one, like this Solar Oven from Gaiam. At the very least, brew some sun tea to harness the free energy of the sun and avoid turning on your stove.

More Summer Dinner Ideas:

Sushi – you can cook the rice in a rice cooker (I love mine!) early in the day to avoid using your stove.

The rest of the ingredients are raw (or purchased precooked) so no cooking required. Here’s an easy recipe for Nori Rolls.

Sushi is actually quite easy to make. Several years ago I bought this Sushi Chef Sushi-Making Kit and it’s a lot of fun to use.

Gazpacho – serve your soup cold in the hot summer.

Chips with bean dip, homemade salsa and guacamole – who says dinner has to be formal? Chips and salsa are my favorite part of eating at the local Mexican restaurant. And no cooking required.

Hummus with Pita bread and veggies – the Middle Eastern version of chips and dip.

Antipasto: Mozzarella slices, still warm from the farmer’s market tomatoes with fresh basil, crusty bread (purchased from the bakery so you don’t heat up your kitchen baking!) with olive oil, artichoke hearts, a variety of olives – oh man I’m getting hungry just typing!

If you just have to have a hot supper, here are some tips:

Eat things that cook fast like Omelets, Quesadillas and Stir fries.
Use a smaller appliance to cook with, like your toaster oven and slow cooker, as these won’t heat up the kitchen like your stove or oven do.

Now some ideas for the other meals of the day.

Summertime Breakfast and Lunch Ideas

This one is actually pretty easy. Some of the foods we enjoy eating in the morning are typically served cool or raw. Such as:

Smoothies – These are so delicious and hydrating in the hot summer.

If you’re having one for lunch and want it to have more staying power, add protein and fat.

Ingredients like: full fat yogurt, peanut and other nut butters, crushed almonds, sunflower seeds or other nuts, coconut milk, coconut oil, etc will give your afternoon smoothie a bit more stick-to-the-ribsness.

Smoothies are wonderful for experimentation, but if you need some help, check out these smoothie recipes.

Fresh Fruit and Fruit Salads – Fresh fruit in season is nice for snacks, breakfast and dessert. I love this breakfast ambrosia any time. And what about this strawberry dessert soup? Can’t wait to try this one!

Yogurt – My new favorite breakfast is a dish of organic yogurt with chopped berries on top. It’s so light and refreshing in the heat.

A little granola with yogurt is a nice breakfast too.

Keep it simple

It’s ok to keep it simple, especially in the summertime. Sometimes me and the kids will eat a piece of fruit, some cheese and nuts for a meal.

Eat more raw food

Summertime is a nice time to investigate raw food recipes. While I’m not an advocate of a 100% raw food diet, our bodies do seem to gravitate towards raw foods during the heat, so we should listen to that. Search for raw food cookbooks here.


Watch the video: New IPCC report: More heat, more extreme weather events. DW News (June 2022).


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