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If you're new to tea herbs, or wanting to know some of the basics, today I'm sharing info from the "herb nerds" with Traditional Medicinals.
This is great list of real food recipes to start cooking through if you are new to cutting out processed food.
I never thought I would be a label reader. But here I am 3 years after I started changing my habits, and I now read every single ingredient label.
Making all your food from scratch is no joke, so I've complied some real food tips for working parents (or anyone who's just super busy!) to help.
This is the first in a series of reader stories that I'll be sharing this month... and maybe even beyond depending on how much you guys like them! Today's story of weight loss is by Emily Allen with That's What I Eat.
There are so many mixed messages coming at us from food manufacturers these days, it's no wonder things can be confusing at the grocery store. Here are some common ingredients and terms found on food labels that we are led to believe are healthy (by the people who stand to make a profit, mind you) and the reasons why that's not always the case!
These were the top recipes and blog favorites from 2016! Many of these were on this list last year (and even the year before!). So if you haven't made all these recipes yet, now is your chance.
Start 2017 off right with a meal planning routine you can actually keep by joining our friends and longtime sponsor, Plan to Eat, for their new Make Ahead Meal Plan Challenge!
Before you give up process food, here are five things you should know. Some of these are myths that I'm busting and others are just the facts to help you get over that initial hump of change.
For a few weeks only, we are once again offering our Real Food Mini-Pledge program to help you cut out processed food in the new year step by step!
We sure do love cinnamon rolls (who doesn't?). But the way they're typically made (i.e. FULL of sugar!) they resemble dessert much more than breakfast...
I'm so excited to tell you about our new and improved Real Food Mini-Pledge Program that will only be available over the next few weeks! We have offered a few versions of this program over the […]
There's nothing better than reinventing old favorites and that's exactly what my 9-year-old and I did recently with our waffle maker! A waffle maker is a great first appliance for big kids to use, so this is a good way to get them excited about being creative in the kitchen.
We have another Indian-themed recipe for you to try. Similar to falafel, these split pea fritters are a plant-based protein source, bite-sized, and also fairly inexpensive (and easy!) to make.
Every December I get together with my closest group of mom-friends (which originally started as a playgroup over a decade ago!) for a holiday cookie exchange party. This year I took these Whole-Wheat Ginger Snaps.
We had our annual Holiday Dinner over the weekend with our lovely team, and it was a fun time as always. I provided the main dish - Asian Glazed Fish - and here is the recipe along with some other cooking inspiration.
This Southern roadside treasure is super easy to make at home in your slow cooker and would be a fun one to introduce to family and friends.
I'm so excited to share some more details with you about my new cookbook, 100 Days of Real Food: Fast & Fabulous - due out next month!
Teachers work so hard; it's nice to give them a little something before we part ways for the summer!
Take advantage of fresh corn available in summer months and throw together this simple corn salad for a light dinner (or lunch) side item!