What an amazingly flavorful combination this experiment was! So when I told my family we’re having fried chicken sandwiches with spicy blueberry sauce, well, most of them thought, once again, she’s pushing it. But my oldest son and I couldn’t wait to try this combination. Purely experimental yet worked so so well. It may be my new favorite sandwich. The blueberry sauce spiked with sriratcha over the crispy fried chicken on a toasted bun made me crave more messy bites when it was gone. Messy is good.
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There are more bacteria strains in your body than there are cells in your body. Would you believe 80% of our immune system is in the gut. It all begins at birth. A baby born via natural childbirth is exposed to it’s mothers’ bacteria, which then begins colonization in the baby’s GI (gut) of good bacteria. As the baby grows and begins to mature many other factors come into play, like antibiotics (kills all good bacteria), chlorinated water, pesticides, sugars, overly processed foods. We begin to create a host of bad bacteria and yeast as time goes by. This snowball effect continues through our adult life which creates disease due to our weakened immune system.