I'm pretty excited.
Good things are happening - even when they are sometimes disguised as not so good things.
Here are 3 things that I'm truly excited about right now.
1. Tiger Nuts are a renewable resource with a low carbon and a low water footprint. These small tubers grow from a sedge almost like weeds.(botany 101, sedges have edges. That’s how you can tell them apart from other grasses) Fun Fact: There’s evidence that our earliest ancestors up to 2 million years ago may have had a diet that consisted primarily of Tiger Nuts.
2. Tiger Nuts fit into AIP, Paleo, Keto, and Allergy Friendly diets.Tiger Nuts aren't actually nuts, which means that people with nut sensitivities and allergies can enjoy...
It's not a nut mylk. It's not a grain mylk, and it's not a seed mylk. It's Gluten Free, AIP and Keto friendly and does not pose risks for people who have nut allergies making it different from just about every other mylk in the marketplace. Can you guess what it is? It's Tiger Nut aMYLK!
It's me, Amy. I'm popping in today with one of my most raw, vulnerable and philosophical posts about the stories we tell and how they effect our outlook and our wellness.