FREE Healthy Child Summit Starts November 18

You’ll love the sneak peak of this Free online event. You can learn more about the Preview here. The full event will be in February of 2014. The Sneak Peak will be 22 audio recordings on preconception health, birthing, breast feeding, cloth diapering, gentle sleep solutions, vaccines, dental health, preventing postpartum depression, real food […]

Your Diet. Your Health

For the past several weeks we’ve had a book club of sorts discussing the book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Dr. Weston Price. Dr. Weston A. Price was a dentist who travelled the world in the 1930’s and studied peoples diet and how this diet corresponded with their dental and overall health.

I have to […]

Design a Meatloaf Burger

I love being able to stretch a pound of grass fed ground beef to feed our family like with the Gyros that I made a few weeks ago. Sometimes I can even stretch that pound into two meals like when making Navajo Tacos, casseroles, soups/stews or chili. Lately, I’ve had requests from the girls and […]

Planning Ahead

As I was waking up this morning Joe had the TV on and the first thing I heard was about how bad the economy still is and how it is predicted to get worse. We haven’t been directly affected by the economy but I know many, many have and I do think about it. […]

Increase K2 Consumption Deliciously

 

A few days ago I saw a facebook post by Cheeseslave stating “bone marrow contains 10-20 times more K2 than liver”. Sounds great but it left me with a few questions. Question #1- Why do we need K2? Question #2- How much K2 is in liver? Question #3- But how does bone marrow taste […]

Lemon Poppy Seed Cake Made With Sprouted Flour

Christopher had his first birthday yesterday. I wanted to make him a cake that I wouldn’t feel ‘bad’ about feeding him. I’m not much of a baker so making a cake is a bit of challenge even with a proven recipe. You would think I would just find a recipe ‘good enough’ and be […]

Super Yummy Butterscotch Oatmeal

 

I love to have a hot breakfast for the girls before they leave for school especially when we wake up to single digit temperatures and snow on the ground. Butterscotch Oatmeal is a delicious breakfast that we have enjoyed off and on for years. I originally found the recipe on a message […]

Congee (Sort of)

I was looking for a way to use fish broth and ingredients I had on hand. Internet searching found a fun site which talked about a rice porridge/soup dish called congee. I thought that sounded like a pretty good way to use the fish broth and combined some of the congee ideas to come up […]

Still Taking Baby Steps

I mentioned a few weeks ago that we have been on a quest to switch over to Whole/Traditional/Real Foods for a while and are slowly making our transitions. I’m pretty pleased with how things are coming along. In that post I mentioned that I had a few things going (sourdough starter, expecting a Kombucha Mother, […]