Organic quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) was once called “the gold of the Incas” for increasing the stamina of Incan warriors. It is grown at 10,000 to 20,000 feet above sea level, and in the past, it was known for being the main source of food for the altiplano Indians which allowed them to thrive in the harsh living conditions that prevail at such altitudes. To these … Continue reading Why this Incan Superfood should be in your Pantry?
It can seem like a daunting task to prepare and package food for a trip especially when you have children. But oh is it important. You don’t want to risk getting sick from eating out in someplace you don’t know. Trust me you don’t. I know because it’s happened to us and it’s not pretty to get the stomach flu or a virus complements of … Continue reading How to eat when you’re on the road?