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A gluten-free, dairy-free, autoimmune-friendly travel and lifestyle blog designed to inspire adventure and healthy living without limitations.
Golden Beets + Boiled Beets Recipe (Gluten-Free, Vegan, Paleo, Keto) 🥬 Golden beets, aka Beta Vulgaris, are underground edible roots. Although not as famous as their red counterparts, they are often favored for the beautiful golden color, smoother texture and milder and sweeter flavor. Due to their nutrient density, they are highly acclaimed by nutritionists and have been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. All beets have a high level of nitrates, which has been related to lowering blood pressure, preventing dementia and enhancing sports performance. The betalains found in them are anti-inflammatory, detoxing and serve as antioxidants. With golden beets, you are also gaining nutrients found in most other orange and yellow vegetables, such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and beta-carotene, in addition to folate, manganese, copper, potassium and fiber. In Europe, they have been used as a liver tonic and as a way to purify the blood. They’ve also been used to treat health challenges such as anemia, indigestion, heart disease, kidney disorders and more. You can’t beet that! 💕💕💕Read more about where and when to find them, store them, and cook them >>> Including my mom’s amazing boiled beet recipe 😋 Link is in bio!!
Adventures > Most tangible items. 💝✈️🚀🚗🚘🛫🚙🚌🚐🛳🚍🌄🌉🚲🚕🏙🧳⛴🚞🚉⛰✈️🧳⛺️🚁⛵️🚡🚤🗺🧭Anyone else? P.S. Stay tuned for the soft opening of @casa.erimos - Joshua Tree’s 🌵first and only #glutenfree and holistic @airbnb 🏡💕 Alt-text: “Actually, the best gift you could have given her was a lifetime of adventures.” -Unknown
Celiac disease x Lyme disease x Mental Health Awareness Month Hola! 👋🏽 I’ve noticed a lot of new faces around here, and I would love to reintroduce myself during a month I hold near and dear. My name is Christina (she/her/ella), and I am passionate about travel, as well as physical and mental health. I am diagnosed with celiac disease, and healing from Lyme, Bartonella, MCAS, Sjogren’s, POTS, Lupus + more, which have led me to live a gluten-free, and mostly plant-based, refined sugar-free, lowered-histamine and toxic-free lifestyle. I sometimes have challenging days, or hours, however, I do not let them or my diagnoses identify me. I also don’t let my dietary restrictions stop me from doing what I love, like traveling (it’s slowly happening!), or eating a delicious meal, and I hope that the information posted here and on the blog (link in bio) will allow you to feel confident enough to say the same. I also launched the #beginwithinjournal for chronic illness and mental wellness last year that you should totally check out @beginwithintoday 📒💕 Fun facts: I’m Greek 🇬🇷, and speak 3.5 languages (Greek, English, Spanish, et un peu Francais). I’m also a freelance writer👩🏽💻, psychotherapist (LCSW) @beginwithintoday, artist, pup mom to @cowboy.doodle , wannabe chef, owner of Joshua Tree’s first and only gluten-free and holistic AirBnb @casa.erimos (book now!!!), co-founder of @glutenfree_sandiego_meetups , advisory board member for @rideoutlyme + group support facilitator for @sandiegolymealliance @bayarealymefoundation proud double @uclaalumni 🐻, with an MLIS from @sjsu 👩🏻🏫. Last but not least, I was inspired to start @buenqamino after walking the #CaminodeSantiago 🎒, a 500-mile pilgrimage across northern Spain. “Buen Camino” (to wish someone a good path in Spanish) is commonly said to pilgrims on the Camino... But, the “c” was already taken, and hence the ‘q’ in @BuenQamino 😹Now, tell me one interesting fact about yourself! I would love to learn more about you, and anything you’d like to see me write about or feature in the future 🙌🏽. Thank you for following along, and supporting this project 💛 And if no one has told you today, you’re amazing!
Congrats to @paygepriscilla and @therocksanddirtbakery for winning this giveaway! Can’t wait to see what you two create with this delicious bread 🥖🍞🥨🥐🫓🥪🥯💕 #🎉#CELIACAWARENESSMONTH GIVEAWAY + #GlutenFreeVegan Pita French Toast Recipe 🥖with everyone's favorite #glutenfreevegan bread, @mybreadbakery! We have teamed up with @mybreadbakery for Celiac Awareness Month to giveaway TWO boxes of their delicious pitas / pizza crusts to TWO lucky winners! I personally love to make a meze plate with them, bc #GREEKLIFE 🇬🇷. The best part? Even if you don't win, you can still use CODE "YOURBREAD " for 30% off your next order until 5/14. Second best part? They are fundraising and donating to gluten free #foodpantries all month of May. So sweet. 💕 To Enter: 1. Follow both @buenqamino and @mybreadbakery 2. Tag one friend who you'd like to share your pitas with (more friends = more entries) 👯♀️👯♂️👯 3. Comment with one thing you love about being gluten-free 4. Post this and tag us both in a story! Giveaway ends on Wed, May 5th! Winner will be announced the following day. Good luck!!! *This giveaway has no affiliation with Instagram, or Facebook. Winner must be located in the USA (sorry international friends!). 🍞🫓🥨🥖#GlutenFree #Vegan Pita French Toast Recipe 4-6 Servings 4 @mybreadbakery pitas (entire bag) 1 @justegg container 4 tbs cinnamon 3 tbs coconut oil Optional Maple syrup Fruit of your choice 🍓🍇🍌🍏🥭🫐 @miyokoscreamery vegan cashew butter 1. Mix entire @justegg container and cinnamon into a bowl and whisk 2. Cut slices out of pitas 3. Dip pita slices into mix until completely covered. Leave submerged for a few minutes. 4. Heat up coconut oil in a pan 5. Fry pita slices for on each side for 3-5 minutes 6. Serve with maple syrup, fruit and maple butter 7. Enjoy! 🍽 Alt-text: First photo of pita bread #FrenchToast // Second photo is a beautiful selection @mybreadbakery goods
🏝#TravelTuesday is taking my back to visiting the Uros (floating) Islands of Lago (Lake) Titicaca, in the Andes Mountains of Peru & Bolivia. The world’s highest navigable lake, and said to be the birthplace of the Incas. The #UrosIslands contain 70 man-made totora reed islands that roughly 2,000-4,000 #Uros tribe members still live on. The tribe pre-dates Incan civilization and created the islands in order to evade enemies. They financially survive off selling various goods, like eggs in town, and handmade goods to tourists who visit the islands. The islands need to be maintained throughout the year because of the reeds rotting, and an island can be expected to last around 30 years. Despite first glance, solar panels, tvs and cell phones are a plenty. There is even an elementary school on one of the islands, as well as a community radio station. Have you been to Lago Titicaca, or would you like to? ✈️🛶🚞 ID: Photo of an Uros tribe member standing on a floating island.