I started my health journey by joining the gym just down the street and committing to 5 days a week. Some days I dragged myself out of bed to the gym and ran on the treadmill like a zombie, becasue I knew that eventually, all the hard work would pay off.
One of the ways in which I like to incorporate walnuts into my diet is via these super healthy high fiber seedy crackers. When I first moved to the west coast, I became absolutely obsessed with a cracker called raincoast crisps.
Honestly, I'd love to say that I made this recipe through trial and error. That I had been slaving over the stove, testing and re-testing beets forever, but the truth is, I bought some beets, boiled, removed the peels, cut into wedges, added a few ingredients to a pot: vinegar, sugar, cloves, cinnamon, and salt. The whole thing just seemed to work out. The only comparison I have to anything better than good is my grandmothers pickled beets, and I wouldn't want to say that they are better, but they do come pretty close.