I also love Ezekiel bread, but it’s a little harder to make a sandwich out of, and the only way I can find it is frozen. That requires a bit of pre-planning to use it for anything but toast. I’ll have to take a look at that sourdough recipe to see if it can be made in a bread machine.
Thanks for the writeup. This was such a delightful read for me, especially as i have recently started making my own bread. I was surprised by how much easier it was than imagined (i work off just the four core ingredients for now). I love how my apartment gets filled with the delightful smell of fresh bread when i…
Weightlifting and cardio _can_ be combined by doing compound lifts with high intensity.
And then one can enjoy the benefits of improving muscle mass: slower aging, insulin sensitivity, increased metabolism, lower chronic disease and mortality rate, lower osteoporosis rate, being sexier, and the list goes on.
Love the article! It confused me why, growing up, I always heard that whole grain was healthy for you, and even now, I heard about the superpowers of foods like quinoa, yet most popular diets cut out grains entirely. To me it seemed whatever drawbacks you got from grains was worth all the other nutrients you’d get from it.
This is so important because lots of times we think “if I can’t do it right or 100%, I can’t do it at all.” Which is totally wrong when it comes to exercising. There’s a new phrase I heard that goes “anything worth doing well is worth doing poorly.” Meaning that if doing it a lot is good for you, even doing it a little is also good for you. This…