Are Mental Health Disorders caused by not chewing your food?!

Your digestive process begins with seeing, smelling, touching and then tasting the food in your mouth!  Chewing is a BIG DEAL!  When you are chewing, you are producing saliva, you are getting the liver enzymes going, you are releasing
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Niti's KETO Carnivore Creole GUMBO

This recipe makes a big ole pot of Keto Creole Gumbo. Perfect for a party! Approx. 12 servings
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How I raised my children on a Keto-Carnivore Spectrum diet and the results we experienced.

My advice regarding feeding the littles is easy and will do a lot more than help nourish them, it will ensure they are grounded to their circadian rhythm and that will ensure a robust endocrine system and optimal immune system and you will notice your children will become more docile, focused and will operate in more clarity and less chaos and you will find your relationship with each of them strengthen in ways you will never imagine would have been possible.


When our kiddos were iddy bitty’s I did something very simple, consistent and with almost no variety day to day. 

It made visits with grandparents and extended family far more of a treat and holidays even more special. 

Here is the very basic thing I did day to day:


TWO MEALS DAILY – we were very strict with the timings day to day and allowed for more of a natural hunger to lead us on vacations.

I didn’t call the meals “breakfast, lunch and dinner” and we did not “snack” at all. We only ate MEALS.


Meal 1 was normally around 10am-11am range and included:

  • beef patties (take 1# of our beef thawed and break in half and then thirds. Roll into meatballs and then press out on to a bar pan. My bakeware is all pampered chef earthenware. This matters because those patties will crispen up and eat better, but you can do everything in the oven without making a huge mess and or having to clean up or watch the food too hard when its cooking. I would make the balls and then grease the outside of the balls with bacon grease or lard generously and then press them into the bar pan. MAKES 6 MINI PATTIES – I made two pounds for me, Kavi and Jaya. You can also do this with bulk sausages or ground pork or any ground meat. Adding the bacon grease or pork lard matters a lot. I used to heat up the bar pan and then load on my stove top so the meat could SEAR on the earthenware. Bake one side 6-8 minutes and then flip for 4-6 minutes depending on the calibration of your oven. These “handheld mini patties” to dip into ketchup and mustard were a daily staple item every single day.


  • Taters were the side dish all the time and here is how you can do taters more easily – Wash, peel, cube then toss them in warmed animal fat of your choice in bowl and then spread them out on the stone bar pan or in a cast iron skillet and bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes. I’d start the taters first and then work on the meat, so everything was done at the same time.


Meal 2 was normally around 5pm-6pm range and included:

  • Some sort of seafood baked in ghee, lard, bacon grease etc. – shrimp was popular and any and all of it was served with my homemade tartar sauce (see the resources tab on the CSA store) or baked chicken (spatchcocked was most often the solution here – our split birds work great for this). When making the chicken I slathered with lard or animal fat of your choice, salt and pepper on and under the skin then coked in greased cast iron or earthen bar pan at 450 for 40 minutes uncovered. You can do this to a Boston Butt but you would wrap it in parchment paper – tightly and bake for 45 minutes from ROOM TEMP ALL DAY IN A BOWL SLATHERED IN FAT COVERED WITH PRESS_N_SEAL WRAP to “fat marinade at room temp”. after 45 minutes wrapped bake time, uncover, and put back in oven for 15 minutes to brown and then slice and serve. FINALLY- this was sometimes a beef arm or chuck roast. FATTY Pork chops or pork chops were and still are a basic staple here. I don’t cook less than 6 chops at a time and leftovers are easily cut into bites and sautéed in grease to enjoy with scrambled eggs or a quick meal anytime of the day. They are great in a Ziplock bag for a “snack for kids as well”.


For my family I was cooking 3 halves chicken, 1 lb. seafood or a full Boston Butt or Arm, Chuck Roast – you might need to double this for your family and then use the leftovers in bone broth for afternoon snacks or DAD’s LUNCH BOX. IF THE KIDS EVER WANTED A SNACK – it was in the way of stew, soup or MINI-STEW-SOUP lunch in a coffee mug. Normally – Daddy finished all these leftovers.


  • Same taters were used for side dish, or I’d make a crab dip, fish salad, or chicken salad, egg salad. 
  • I also would bake a sweetheart ham and always keep slices or cubes in the fridge to use for Dad’s lunches and or to add to our first meal or carry on the run if our schedules were disrupted. Chicken tenders baked plus this ham was ALWAYS the food we traveled in the car with. I never went to a playdate without having that first meal at home and then we would leave the house. That first meal set the day up no matter what we were doing and so it could happen earlier in the day should that be required with chicken and ham or bacon to carry in car until the second meal of the day. *NO SNACKS & NO FOOD AFTER 7pm* as a basic routine. We only ate later if we were on vacation – holiday time or chaos days. Those were very few and far between.


THIS WAS ALL WE ATE day to day and still basically do just eat this. 

I get fancy on the weekends if we have company or around holidays but cowboy diet of meat and potatoes like these changes improved EVERYTHING. This routine ensures the best sleep, the best play, the best demeanor. It doesn’t promote addictions, energy crashes, meltdowns, or fights. NO SUGAR or grains are involved or junk food in any way shape or manner. No grocery store ingredients required. It saved my pocketbook and my sanity.


  • My children NEVER had congestion, runny noses, croup, or any coughing, and barely had 1 fever each year for not more than 24-36 hours.
  • We never missed work and they never missed homeschool programs or any extracurricular activities due to illness.
  • No major injuries (Kavi broke his wrist once playing soccer on concrete but learned risk assessment and then never took such risks again) or rashes, no digestive issues EVER. 
  • Their mental clarity and development academically was always advanced with their intentional focus and was only lacking if they were bored or not applying themselves fully due to lack of interest.
  • RAW Milk was served in a half cup portion with meals. 
  • Yogurts and cottage cheese or raw cheeses were served as a garnish, dip, or on a party platter - never alone or as a meal.
  • Distilled Water was all they ever drank with the occasional Indian style tea or coffee in the morning with grandparents and or on vacation. 

I hope this is useful to someone out there. I am an extensive cook and can and still do cook elaborate meals on occasion – but the boring mundane schedule here is what we still follow day to day. I do not feel bored or mundane at literally all. 

Bacons are also incorporated into the meals which I did not mention above, eggs are too – mostly as baconnaise (sometimes made with pork lard) that I make fresh as needed. 

We do enjoy eggs but not without the meats and always with the yolks or just the yolks, but never just the whites unless we are making a meringue which I would actually serve as a crustless dessert that I flavored with a little vanilla paste and sweetened by drizzling light honey or maple on top.


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Medicinal Pate (to be used when prescribed by Niti The Farmacist)



  • Equal parts organs (heart, liver, sweetbreads) and then whatever this looks like in volume, we need that same amount of jowl so the jowl is 50% of the whole volume of organs
  • Preheat oven to 450 degrees and you will use the lowest rack position for this
  • Slice jowl and fill cast iron pan big enough to add the organs once you have cooked the fat out of the jowl
  • Put jowl in the oven and bake for 12 minutes
  • Slice all organs or chop into equal size squares (consistent cut = consistent cook)
  • Remove jowl, SCRAPE the bottom of the pan with a sharp metal spatula to loosen all the meaty chunks that are stuck on the bottom of the pan (DO A GOOD SCRAPING JOB!)
  • Place all the jowl in blender with enough bone broth to cover the blades and flash into a puree
  • Add all organs to jowl fat in cast iron pan that was properly scraped and return the pan to the oven for another 12 minutes
  • Empty the pan into the blender with the jowl and broth mixture
  • Scrape the pan well and use silicon spatula to catch all the fat and rendering crunchies from the pan and fill blender
  • ADD real salt to taste
  • Puree into a paste then jar


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Enjoy VITALITY with LIFE GIVING Bone Broth!

Making MEDICINAL Bone Broth:

What you will need:

1.       Beef marrow or soup bones or chicken back or chicken neck bones or lamb bones or veal bones or fish bones with head on preferred or chicken feet (I’m not adventurous enough for rooster heads yet but when using feet- chop off the tips of the toes with the nails to avoid a mess later)- pasture raised animal bones. You can also add some chicken livers during the last 2-3 hours of your broth cook time to draw out essential nutrients from livers if you are still unable to eat them!

2.       Fresh ginger root and turmeric root

3.      Real salt

4.      Crockpot (I prefer 8 quarts or more but 6-7 will obviously work fine)

5.      Distilled water

6.      Quart sized SMALL MOUTH mason jars

7.      Mason jar funnel is EXTREMELY handy & HIGHLY RECOMMENDED but not required

8.      Fine strainer

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We are very fortunate to have farmers who are willing to raise our dairy animals on nutrient rich soils, diverse rich pastures that offer more than just grasses. Our medicinal heritage breed dairy cows are feasting on a vast salad bar mix of grasses, brassicas, various lentils, medicinal herbs, weeds & leafy garden greens. These creatures are happily frolicing on the farm mob grazing on land where they can joyfully spend their days basking in the sun.

They are being milked on dirt so they are not stressed by slippery concrete and they are anointed with essential oils and calcium bentonite clay to maintain cleanliness of their udders and their overall health. These creatures are never given antibiotics or pharmaceuticals.

They aren't exposed to chemicals on the farm and are protected as much as humanly possible from any chemical drift from neighboring land. The farms are using the forests as shelter for these healthy Mama's and any interventions to maintain their health are holistic.

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RAW CREAM - 7 WAYS to add SERIOUS, LUXURIOUS LOVE to simple meals

I am often asked HOW TO USE Raw Cream. I am generally thinking like, WHAT!? I use cream in food when I am trying to pour some SERIOUS SPRINKLES OF LOVE on others! I have FINALLY made time to properly share with you some of the ways I LOVE to use Raw Cream in my day to day cooking.
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Spatchcock Chicken - BEST WHOLE BIRD recipe ever!

Best way to cook whole birds. Especially when you LOVE fried chicken- but there is no frying involved here.
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Regenerative ALL MEAT Chili

When you want to enjoy a meaty chili to use as a dip or a stand alone hearty, filling meal, this is perfect. Some folks use this to top salads, baked taters, veggie medleys or on Siete's almond flour nacho chips.

The truth is that you can enjoy this chili all by itself as a meal, especially in a large thermos on a road trip or when you are working LONG DAYS with no time to cook.

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Eggs are a Superfood. EAT more eggs.

Check out this video that Dr. Greg Barnes, Chiropractor & Maximized Living Health Clinic Owner/Operator made for us to explain how eggs are a SUPERFOOD! Check it out!
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What is Beet Kvass?

Here in my kitchen, we call it blood of the earth. Indeed I do taste the earth when I sip this crimson liquid. Beet Kvass is an age-old tonic associated with many health benefits including efficient hydration. Fermented beverages are the original sports drinks. Like other lacto-fermented drinks, kvass is more hydrating than even water. In order to remain hydrated, our bodies require a balance of electrolytes. Cultured beverages like kvass help restore this balance without the sugar and preservatives of modern “sport drinks”.
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Shrimp and Scallops in Wine Sauce

Shrimp & Scallops make a fantastic fast food that is filling, delicious and can be easily paired with any vegetable, top a salad, baked potato or stand alone.
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Simple Pork Stir Fry Recipe

Simple Pork Stir Fry Recipe
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Simple Roasted Butternut Squash

Winter squashes are so good on their own, that barely any seasoning is needed. This recipe is so simple and easy. Use it with ANY WINTER SQUASH!
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Make REAL WHEY PROTEIN & Farmer's Cheese at HOME!

Most folks are spending billions of dollars on DEAD, ENZYMATICALLY DEAD, INEFFECTIVE, HEAVILY PROCESSED Whey Protein. The truth is that the hardest part is sourcing the correct Regenerative Style Grass based RAW heritage breed milk. Once you have accomplished sourcing the highest quality milk- the hard part is over. Making farmer's cheese & whey is EASY, delicious, medicinal and cheaper than the DEAD VERSIONS that come in giant PLASTIC CONTAINERS. YUK!
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How Colloidal Silver Benefits Work

If you haven’t heard of colloidal silver, you will soon enough. Especially if you’re on the lookout for a solution against antibiotic resistance & superbugs. Antibiotics are the typical allopathic physicians solution for all problems and as you might have already realized- these ANTI-LIFE GMO & MANMADE concoctions are no longer helping us stop our suffering.
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FRUGAL MAMA RIBS {Pork Neck Bones, Chicken Backs, Goat/Lamb Neck Bones or Veal Soup Bones} & Bourbon Spiked BBQ Sauce {Gluten-Free & Paleo}

I like to consume ALL of our animals from head to toe. Nothing should go to waste, but often these cuts are overlooked or underutilized to their fullest potential. BTW- Pork neck bones should not be used afterwards to make bone broth for humans, but dogs can benefit from it and you can also always bury those bones in the garden to use as an amazing mineral supplement. In fact, I hope you are cooking all your bones in a compost pile if not directly burying them in a garden to take advantage of all the mineral stores these regenerative animal bones provide.

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No pumpkin? Try this recipe with sweet potatoes, butternut or acorn squash, mushrooms! Kale & Collards puree! ANY blended, hearty veggies will do!!!!! Don't eat PORK SAUSAGE? Use VEAL SAUSAGE instead!
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GRAIN & NUT FREE Pumpkin Bread or Veggie Muffins!

We should actually consume mostly meat in our diet, but when meat is unavailable due to cost or availability, these veggie muffins are a real treat. No pumpkin? Try this recipe with sweet potatoes, butternut or acorn squash, mushrooms! Kale & Collards puree! ANY blended, hearty veggies will do!!!!!
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Paleo-Nightshade Free Chili

This Paleo-Nightshade Free Chili is an amazing LAZY MAMA meal on a cold hard winter day.
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GRAIN & NUT FREE version of Grandma's Thanksgiving STUFFING

If you’ve never made Thanksgiving turkey stuffing before, you may think it is difficult. My recipe is very simple, though and calls for just a handful ingredients: veggie bread from our gluten free baker, butter, onion, celery, chicken broth, eggs and spices.
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LIVER - The Life Giving Force's answer to PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTATION

LIVER- the ultimate and most natural protein source offers us the maximum amount of bio available protein amino acid building blocks.This is what is required to create the most healthful muscle and tissues in our bodies.

LIVER IS THE PROTEIN that allows your body to burn excess fat, maintain a healthy body mass index and heal every cell in your body.


NATURE has this all figured out. If you want to improve your hair, skin, nails, muscles, organ function & body mass index- you need to figure out how to incorporate this massively medicinal food on to your plate every week. Here are a few delicious LIVER recipes using livers from various species.

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This gravy is easy peasy to make and a massive cancer killer food that will offer your body life giving force! Use these gravy's on EVERYTHING!
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A solution for those folks who are really craving a HOT MORNING CEREAL.
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SIMPLE MAUI POKE - featuring NC species Niti's way

SIMPLE MAUI POKE - featuring NC species Niti's way

When Rohit & I were on our honeymoon in Maui, we made friends with a spectacular sushi chef our very first day on the island. In celebration of our marriage, he invited us to come see him every day that week so he could make something special for us. He very lovingly spoiled us every evening that week with a new style of poke. He explained the how's and the why's of how each fish is prepared in the various styles of poke. We received a tremendous education on how to bring out the best of several species of fish that week. Our palates were thereafter forever ruined!
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