These are cranberries! They are nutritious and beautiful and full of flavor. They are one of the few fruits native to the United States. Most of us know them as part of a holiday meal in a sugar gelatin or sauce. Don’t get me wrong I love cranberry sauce in a can or fresh.… Continue reading My favorite winter ferment!
This is a very hardy and nutrient-dense meal. My husband can put down the whole meal but I usually eat half and save the other half for the next day. This meal is gluten free and dairy free so it meats the needs of paleo folks and whole30 folks. If you are low carb… Continue reading Baked Sweet Potato & Asparagus
Meatballs are easy and quick for weeknight meals. Here I have served them over a bed of kale that was sauteed in avocado oil with a bit of garlic powder and topped with Newman’s organic vodka sauce. You will need: 1 pound ground meat ( beef, turkey, chicken, pork) 1 small onion chopped fine 2… Continue reading Quick Weeknight Meatballs
My life has been packed with work, school, children, and moving to a new state. I have had very little self-care time and my workout regime went out the door months ago. I am proud of all that I have accomplished in the past year but I am committed to getting back to a healthier… Continue reading Sore Muscles
Butter makes everything better! Butter is not your enemy. Fat does not make you fat. Kids need good cholesterol to develop properly. I buy Kerry Gold pastured butter that is from cows that graze on green grass and are not treated with hormones. Butter also works as a fat catalyst to absorb nutrients properly. My… Continue reading Butter
Prebiotics are a good thing. They supply your good gut bacteria with food that helps them thrive and in return help you thrive! I love onions and onions (RAW) are a great source of prebiotic fiber. Not everyone loves or can stomach raw white or red onions but more often than not many can tolerate… Continue reading Prebiotics
I had a follower ask the other day if my children ate what I feature in my pictures. The simple answer is NO. I would hate for any mother to think they are not doing a good job or think that getting kids to eat healthfully was easy for everyone but them. I read… Continue reading Kids and Food