Author Archives: Cheryl Harris

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.

Mousse Cake

    It’s a simple name, but don’t be fooled…it’s an elegant cake. I wanted to make a cake. And Mr. E wanted a cake. Since my hands and arms have been increasingly problematic, the only criteria was something that … Continue reading

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Growing ginger

I love ginger. The only way I could love it more is if I grew it myself. And you *can*! and it’s really easy. There are all the reasons ginger is good for you. Which might be why I love … Continue reading

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POTS, Long COVID and Nutrition

So…I just did a thing! I had my very first journal article published on nutrition for POTS, and long COVID It’s only the pre-print version that’s up now, but the images are at the end. POTS? Wait, what? Don’t I … Continue reading

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Blueberry pie filling for 2 (nom)

Because, pie day. And because E says I’m not always the best influence. (Moi?) Whatever. So the recipe. We make it a bunch in the summer when there are gobs of blueberries everywhere. It also happens with the strawberry excess. … Continue reading

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Sweet Potato Pie–Low Histamine, Low Fodmap-ish

This is a reboot of a classic, if I do say so myself. I see a lot of people challenged with low histamine diets…and they are challenging! This recipe follows the SIGHI list with mostly 0s and a few 1s*. … Continue reading

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My Twisty, Turny, Bendy Journey

It’s Ehlers Danlos Awareness/Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder (EDS/HSD) Awareness Month in May. As a reasonably private person, I debated whether or not to share my hypermobility journey. I decided to, because I’ve been experiencing symptoms since I was 2 years old(!), … Continue reading

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Chocolate Almond Cup

I like beautiful desserts that look elegant but are easy. I’m not going to say I’m lazy, exactly, as much as I value my time and energy, and, well, both tend to be in short supply. But I like pretty … Continue reading

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Mint Lemonade Spritzer

Lemonade has to be one of E’s favorite things. Especially in the summer. I was trying to link to this recipe and then I realized it wasn’t on my blog. Had to fix that! This version is FODMAP friendly. Of … Continue reading

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G-Free Meringue Bunnies

The picture above is last year’s bunnies. This year’s bunnies are cuter…or at least, I think so. I finally posted the recipe and a “how-to” video on my website. Hop on over!

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I spent a year letting go I didn’t try to improve Or work harder Or longer I didn’t go to many conferences Or trainings I didn’t speak Or write I just sat Quietly. I had migraines bad enough that I … Continue reading

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