Happy weekend! Thank you all so much for your ongoing support of my thoughts, confessions and ramblings I post on this blog. It means more than you know, especially expressing what I have in the past few posts. It feels even greater knowing that people can relate and express themselves as well – if there’s one thing that makes me most satisfied, it’s the fact that maybe I can encourage someone to realize that we as human beings are never alone, and it’s okay to be imperfect. It’s about finding the peace in your life, the resonations that really make life worth living.
I woke up with a nasty cold yesterday morning, so I’m trying to fend that off currently. I’m stocked up on Luden’s cherry cough drops (the best!) and some olive leaf extract, nettles and medicinal shroomies – a killer combo! Get outta here cold! I fixed up a meatloaf a couple of days ago and now I’m supper glad I did, cause being sick = being tired and being tired = poopy bitch status. I’ve found that the iron in red meats really helps me out when I’m feeling drained. In fact, it’s a always a good idea as a lady to up the iron dosage the week before your monthly gift, and during it as well. Fun fact of the day, although probably pretty obvious.
Meatloaf is a dirty word. I know when I was younger, the word “meatloaf” was one of those loosely used terms that could either describe something excruciatingly disgusting (because the words “meat” and “loaf” are just awkward by themselves anyway,) something that immediately make me think of one of the elementary school cafeteria’s worst mistakes, or something that Mom, Dad or Grandma would make THE best of. Hopefully mine reminds you of the latter. Fingers crossed…
1 lb ground bison (I use Great Range brand)
1/4 cup finely chopped onion
1/4 cup finely chopped mushrooms
1/4 cup ground flaxseed (I use Bob’s Red Mill)
Sprinkle of each: garlic, thyme, hot chili flakes and dash salt/pepper
Combine all ingredients and bake at 305 degrees for about 45 minutes – oven times may vary (I know this from personal
Enjoy! Serves 4-5
I’m off to enjoy this beautiful Saturday…after I blow my nose.
What’s your favorite childhood “gross” meal?
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