Good for Consumption

By Adira Royal

Who doesn’t enjoy a good movie. However, a fascinating books that has the capability to captivate. Scenes to persuade you to take a walk with that author. In the depths of what I call quarries or valleys, mountains, hills or sullen spaces of the personality the rough terrains of the heart. A mental spool of intellectually arousing script that holds your attention until the very end. It is like going to an exquisite restaurant viewing the menu and getting excied about the variety not knowing the content. Once you make a choice to decide to use your pallete to travel to where your pallette has gone before it begins the adventure.

The kind of experience that leaves a hyrogliyphic impression in your mind, soul & spirit. Your enlightened and hungry for more. It is like good food made by a creative genius. After that initial taste you will never see or eat that dish the same way again.


Adventure to New Foods

These are some foods I introduced into my diet that I had never eaten before. Foods that were always here but not common to me. Avocados, Salmon, Asparagus, Dragon Fruit, Spaghetti Squash, green zucchini and yellow squash, Dragon fruit and vegetables Egg Foo young. This is a year what I love must be re-inevented.



Advocados aren’t just a party staple; they’re also loaded with healthy thyroid nutrients. Avocados are a great source of monounsaturated fat and antioxidants, which our thyroids need to keep up with the rest of our bodies. (They also happen to be delicious.) Whip up quacamole for dinner.

Yes it is a small green vegetable that has excellent nutritional value.


With just 8 simple ingredients you can make one of the all-time-best dip recipes.

  • Avocados: I’ve got a few tips for picking ripe ones below.
  • Onion: I’m using yellow onion which is most often used in Mexico, but you could use red onion as well.
  • Tomatoes: Choose Roma tomatoes which are less juicy. No one wants a watery guac.
  • Cilantro: One of my favorite herbs and a staple in Mexican cuisine.
  • Jalapeno: You can also use serrano pepper for a little extra heat.
  • Garlic: Some people like their guac with garlic, others like it without. I love just a little.
  • Lime: Freshly squeezed is a must. Don’t use jarred lime juice!
  • Salt: A pinch of salt brings it all together.


The best guacamole starts with the freshest ingredients. Look for avocados that are ripe, but firm. You definitely don’t want soft and mushy avocados.

Blackened Salmon


This is a list that features the easy ingredients that are in this blackened salmon recipe! For a list of the full measurements, be sure to scroll down to the recipe card.

  • Salt– Kosher sea salt is a great salt to use because it has a clean flavor that is healthier than traditional table salt. There are different kinds of healthy sea salts, too.
  • Pepper– Black pepper adds perfect flavor to this salmon and tastes even more delicious when it is freshly cracked.
  • Onion Powder– Ground onion powder is responsible for a lot of the flavor in this recipe in addition to the other seasonings. Onion powder is great for seasoning savory dishes.
  • Garlic Powder– Savory and aromatic garlic powder gives this salmon a hint of garlic flavor that tastes delicious with the onion powder.
  • Oregano– Earthy and flavorful oregano gives this salmon a fresh flavor that is robust and stands out.
  • Smoked Paprika– Smoked paprika is a bold spice that delivers a lot of flavor to the recipes it is used in. Smoked paprika is a little different than regular paprika, though, so be wary of that.
  • Olive Oil– Silky smooth olive oil is our preferred oil because it has a nice flavor, but any kind of cooking oil will work for the salmon.
  • Salmon Fillets– Fresh, five-ounce salmon fillets are cooked until perfectly tender and filled with juicy savory flavors. We like to use skinless.
  • Limes– Two limes are used for this recipe to make sure to have those ready to use.

The taste is AMAZING and it was an eye opener that the Salmon was not “fishy”. Smelling or tasting.


Another helpful Tasty food to add for a staple and helps as a heathy option. Eggs. One dish I loved after having it once is Crustless Quiche.


  • 1 cup chopped onion
  • 1 cup sliced fresh mushrooms
  • 1 tablespoon canola oil
  • 1 package (10 ounces) frozen chopped spinach, thawed and well drained
  • 2/3 cup finely chopped fully cooked ham
  • 5 large eggs
  • 3 cups shredded Muenster or Monterey Jack cheese
  • 1/8 teaspoon pepper

This recipe is highly recommended and can take 25 minutes for preparation and 40 minutes to bake.

These are some new foods I have tried just to name a few. Focusing on the healing aspect of consumption. Our bodies, minds, soul and spirit are influenced tremendously by the words we consume, food, beliefs, socialization and values we create.

Comment below and let me know what new foods you have tried?

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