Did you know that you can prevent and even reverse cellulite and wrinkles by eating lots of broth? It’s true!
You can spend all the money in the world on expensive skin creams, but what you really need is a crockpot and some bones.
Welcome to another edition of the Real Food Kitchen Tour. This week we’re featuring Monica Ford, founder of Real Food Devotee delivery service in Los Angeles.
Probably the best day I had on our spring trip to the Netherlands was our visit to a farmer’s market in Arnhem. We went to the market during the day, after we toured a real working flour mill (windmill) and visited a horse butcher (that post is coming soon). That evening, we had a barbecue at our friends’ home in Hilversum.
Arnhem is a city southeast of Amsterdam, not too far from the German border. We were invited by one of my readers, and now new friend, Annette, who is a young mother of two boys.
This weekend is the L.A. premiere of Farmageddon. I’ve been waiting for this movie for years!
There are a number of special events being planned in concert with the film release. If you are in L.A., please join us!
If you don’t live here but you know folks in LA, please forward this post to them or post on Facebook or Twitter.
Do you love fresh iced tea but hate to bother with boiling the water and letting it cool? I love iced tea, especially decaffeinated herbal iced tea, but it’s too much trouble to bother with every day.
Not anymore! This cold-infusion iced tea recipe is so easy. All you have to do is put the tea bags in a large mason jar or pitcher of water, and let it infuse overnight!
Father’s Day is coming up this weekend and clam dip always makes me think of my father. He used to love to eat clam dip with potato chips and beer on a Sunday afternoon while he watched football.
Yeah, back in the ’60s and ’70s, you could still buy healthy clam dip in containers at the grocery store. Just clams, sour cream, mayonnaise made with eggs and olive oil. This was before the Soybean Oil Revolution. The potato chips were probably also fried in beef tallow. McDonald’s French fries were fried in tallow until 1983.
So even though my dad was eating junk food, actually, he wasn’t. What’s so bad about real foods like clams, sour cream, real mayonnaise, and potatoes fried in healthy grass-fed beef tallow? Nothing wrong with it at all. In fact, it’s really good for you!
Farmageddon is a brand new feature-length documentary directed by Kristin Canty. She’s a mom, just like you or me. She’s also a Weston A. Price Foundation chapter leader.
The thing that’s so amazing about Kristin is she is not a trained director. She never went to film school. But is was passionate enough about protecting our food and our farms that she did whatever it took and she made a movie. It’s a stunning achievement.
What’s even more stunning is how good the film is. I haven’t seen the whole thing, but I’ve seen enough to know that it’s fantastic.
For a long time now, I’ve been wanting to do a Real Food Kitchen Tour series. I was so inspired by the Kitchen Tour on Use Real Butter, I thought it would be neat to do a kitchen tour with real foodies.
This week, we’re featuring Jenn from the The Leftover Queen blog. She and her husband have a homestead in Vermont, along with their family of goats, sheep and chickens.
I just returned from a 2-week trip to Holland. And it was nothing short of magnificent.
My husband and I have not had a day all to ourselves since we went to Hawaii in 2009. Needless to say, we have been desperately needing some adult time together. Time to enjoy leisurely meals without any children screaming or whining, time to just relax. Time to think, time to read. And time to sleep.
Good news: If you are gluten-free — or even grain-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free, you can still eat brownies.
Yes, they are GAPS legal!
These brownies are absolutely delicious and they are made with coconut flour, coconut oil, honey and cocoa. I swear, these are every bit as good as regular homemade brownies. Especially with a tall glass of cool almond milk (or coconut milk).
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