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6 Ways to Get Your Kale On!

6 Ways to Get Your Kale On!

I have only recently discovered kale and it is quickly becoming a popular grocery staple in my family. I never realized how versatile this leafy green can be. It can be sauteed, blanched, raw, baked, simmered or dehydrated – the skies the limit. Kale would also...
Roasted Squash with Sage and Cranberries

Roasted Squash with Sage and Cranberries

I’m always on the lookout for new squash recipes. I love the nutty flavor of butternut squash and this recipe was a delicious addition to my recipe box. Roasted Acorn Squash with Sage and Cranberries 1 medium acorn squash 4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil*,...
Three Kid-Friendly Brussels Sprouts Recipes

Three Kid-Friendly Brussels Sprouts Recipes

Brussels sprouts are an excellent source of protein, iron, and potassium. In addition, they contain immune-boosting and bioprotective ingredients including Vitamin C (which prevents cellular damage), fiber (for lowering risk of heart disease and stroke and maintaining...
Grilled Sweet Potatoes with Coconut Oil Drizzle

Grilled Sweet Potatoes with Coconut Oil Drizzle

I love to grill! Preferably in climates where it doesn’t feel like hell on earth. Because that’s where I live right now. Hell. “Jesus, be a raindrop!” But, sometimes I fight through it and get some yummy goodness out of the grill. Grilled sweet potatoes. Ever tried...
6 ‘Gateway Veggies’ Kids Will Love!

6 ‘Gateway Veggies’ Kids Will Love!

Anybody with kids can tell you that getting them to develop healthy eating habits is no easy feat. We know that children in the US are in the midst of an obesity epidemic—that they are eating processed foods and drinking sugary drinks and sodas at an alarming rate....
DIY Potato Flakes From Scratch

DIY Potato Flakes From Scratch

The more I practice making pantry items from scratch, the more I realize how easy it is for us to do it ourselves. We are spending way too much for these “instant” foods such as instant rice and potato flakes when we can make them ourselves using fresh...
Heirloom Summer Salad

Heirloom Summer Salad

I love the taste of summer. The vegetables are ripe, flavorful and kissed by the sun. This is my favorite salad recipe for the summer. All of the flavors meld into just the right textures and flavors that make summer oh-so-delicious. To make a heartier version of this...
5 Recipes to Make the Most of Your Cucumber Harvest

5 Recipes to Make the Most of Your Cucumber Harvest

Many of you who have started gardens are undoubtedly wondering what to do with all of your summer’s bounty. Aside from enjoying them fresh from the garden, cucumbers can add a fresh taste to your favorite salads, sauces, and dips. As well, you can enjoy the...
What to Do with Your Radishes: Making Kimchi

What to Do with Your Radishes: Making Kimchi

Here’s something that could actually make your life spicier, healthier and more self-sustaining. In our ongoing gardening and homesteading project, we found that our cover crop, Daikon Radishes, grew in abundance and we didn’t know what to do with them all. Some of...
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