Posts tagged with: Traditional Foods

Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Eleven Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Real Food Diary – What I Ate Today Here’s the second entry in my real food diary. This time bone broth showed up to the nourishing party. If you’ve never tried bone broth check out my easy slow cooker bone...
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Real Food Diary – What I Ate Today Spoiler Alert: I ate a lot of cheese. Y’all. I love cheese. I love it with my soul. I’m going to call cheese “soul food” from now on. Because it is for...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Ten Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Nine Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Eight Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Seven Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Six Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Five Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Four Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Three Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Two Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week One Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each  recipe in this meal planner follows the...
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Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes Although I am no longer a vegan or vegetarian, I certainly remember how it felt to participate in meat-centered holiday meals with friends and family when I didn’t eat meat. When the standard Thanksgiving centerpiece dish is...
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The Best Real Food Pumpkin Recipes If there’s one food flavor that has the ability to make me feel cozy and comfy, it’s pumpkin.  Pumpkin, combined with the warmth of pumpkin pie spice flavors like cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves,...
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I have to admit that my easy slow cooker roast recipe was inspired by my own mother. When I was a kid, Sundays meant we had a delicious roast for lunch with leftovers for dinner. Before we left for church my...
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After reading Wheat Belly (which I highly recommend) I finally understood many of the health issues I used to have. Our family tries to limit the amount of wheat in our diet – at least at home.  We are more relaxed about what...
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How to Make Homemade Sprouted Wheat Flour Traditionally, wheat was sprouted, soaked or soured in order to produce healthier and more easily digested baked goods.  Check out my sourdough bread recipe and my post about why I buy sprouted flour for more...
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Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken When I was a child, my mom was known for her amazing shredded, BBQ venison, so I’m proud to say that this simple, slow cooker BBQ chicken recipe was inspired by her delicious creation.  Just like my...
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How To Make A Meal Plan I’ve written before that meal planning is essential to feeding a family on a budget.  Without a meal plan, there is waste, either of food or of money or both.  That’s easy for me say,...
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Homemade Vanilla Pudding When I was a child, my mother would make chocolate or vanilla pudding as a treat.  I’m pretty sure that it came from a box, but it was rarely ‘instant’.  The chocolate pudding of my childhood was...
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Why I Allow My Children To Eat Junk Food Yes. You read that right.I allow my children to eat junk food. Yes, I write about real food and importance of avoiding processed foods and even some foods that people commonly...
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Too Busy To Cook Real Food? I sometimes question my commitment to real food. Some days the siren song of the pre-made, the heat-n-serve, the quick-and-easy calls to me. “Just pick me up . . . I’m a pretty little...
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How to Eat Real Food on a Budget Have you given up on a healthier diet for you and your family because of the cost of whole, organic foods?  I understand how you feel.  I once believed that truly nutritious foods...
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How to Get Children to Eat Real Food So you’ve decided to follow a real food diet and you want your family on board.  If you are like many former Standard American Diet (SAD) families, your children are likely protesting...
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Easy Slow Cooker Beef Stew Recipe Now that soccer season is in full swing again, my slow cooker is getting a workout.  I actually have three slow cookers (my sturdy, old-timer, non-programmable slow cooker, my nifty, new programmable slow cooker...
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How to Make Kombucha Tea Kombucha tea is a wonderful, fermented drink that promotes digestive and over all health for those who drink it.  Kombucha has quite an interesting history which can be discovered by searching “kombucha” on Wikipedia. Essentially,...
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Five Dietary Changes for Better Health this Year Each year, at the end of December, I post my top five recommendations for how to achieve better health (and weight loss and happiness) through a better diet.  This year, the recommendations...
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Easy Potato Soup Recipe Potato soup is one of those foods that hits the maximum deliciousness mark from texture to umami.  It’s easy to make, filling, and wonderful the next day as leftovers.  I make potato soup all year around, but...
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