In the Kitchen
Add to that about half an hour a day of recipe searching and tweaking. I am making up a lot of my own recipes as we go so that I can use what we have and not go out to buy some missing ingredients. After we try many recipes and find our favorites, I will make a spreadsheet of breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for us to pick and choose from on a regular basis. It's an alternative to meal planning because I am pretty spontaneous and don't like planning meals, it never worked for us.
Baking experimentation has taken off after buying several different flours to try. I am baking with coconut flour, sourghum, millet, and tapioca. There is something I learned this week and that's if we want to stick with this 'reversing tooth decay' diet, I cannot completely cut out baked goods because my family (and myself) will cry "I want to go back to how we were eating before!" We must have baked goods in the house. Otherwise what happens is we eat all kinds of junk when we are not home (hubby at work and my kids at grandparents'). If we eat healthy, wheat free, very low sugar (honey) baked goods at home, we're not as likely to gorge on the junk when we are out.
We're still in the process of deciding on which cod liver oil to take regularly, unfortunately the best one is out of our price range by a long shot. Meanwhile we're taking some that are recommended as 'second best' by the WAPF. We'll be taking pictures of Baby E's teeth again soon. I am seeing slight improvement just by observation, they don't feel as crumbly as they did and a little bit of the discoloration is gone. But not anything you would probably notice. It's a gradual transition and I have no idea if it is even possible to help her teeth that are there now, but I sure hope to give her new adult teeth a good start in the future!