Cooking with kids is fun. It’s messy. It slows you down a bit. But it’s an investment in their health. An investment in your relationship with them. And we want to show you that you can cook with your kids too.
One day, they will cook you dinner. The day will come–just be patient!
And they learn how to spell and do math too. Talk about real-life applications.
My kids munch on the chickpeas before we even roast them. I sometimes have to start with an extra cup so we have enough chickpeas for later. When roasted, this makes an easy, dry, nut-free snack for school.
The trick to crunchy roasted chickpeas is to turn the oven off and leave them in there for an additional half an hour to two hours. Then store in an airtight container for a week. They might last longer, but we usually eat them before the end of the week!
The Detox Way cookbook has a lemon herb roasted chickpeas recipe, which is a variation of this roasted chickpea recipe.
Nour’s guidance and expertise was the key to dramatically halting our son’s [Crohn’s] disease progression! His pediatric gastroenterologist is now in agreement of our choice to treat solely with diet and supplements. All his labs have improved and his inflammatory markers are so low they are practically nonexistent.
Before working with Nour, I experienced intestinal pain off and on for for 54 years with minimal success on medications. I have benefited 100% from Nour’s program as I am now pain free!
A lot of time and money was wasted on foods that I thought would help my digestive struggles [diarrhea, bloating, hunger], but in fact I was making it worse. The main benefit is getting a handle on what negatively affects my digestive symptom. Doing a total 180 to my eating habits has been pretty amazing.