Category Archives: General

Why You Should Be Eating Grains

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist February 6, 2012

Are you currently grain free or on the full GAPS Diet to heal your allergies or another autoimmune issue?

Fear not, this can and should be only a temporary situation!

Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride MD, author of groundbreaking book Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS), writes that almost half the population reports some sort of “allergy” to a food or foods.

Despite this sobering statistic, she estimates that only 1% of people cannot recover from these food allergies (yes, this includes celiac).

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Coupon: Save Over $100 on How to Cook Real Food E-Course

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist September 11, 2011
Simple Mole Meal

Learn to Cook Real Food and Lose The Sugar Cravings!

My friend Jenny over at the fantastic blog Nourished Kitchen is accepting enrollments right now for the Fall semester of her How to Cook Real Food E-Course.

If you love the how-to videos I post on this blog, you will love Jenny’s class as How to Cook Real Food offers 45 videos and over 100 recipes for you to really dig in and make the Real Food Lifestyle work for you and your family.

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Dried Homegrown Basil for Sensational Pizza

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist August 24, 2011

I’ve grown some really beautiful basil in my garden window this spring/summer and I recently snipped my first stem to use in the kitchen.

Like many herbs, basil is originally native to India.  It is probably best known, though, as a culinary herb used pervasively throughout Italian cuisine.   This made perfect sense to me as I use basil in all of my pizza sauce and pizza crust recipes!

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A Bounty of Florida Summer Produce

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist July 27, 2011

I’ve never had much luck growing a garden in Florida past mid to late June.  It just gets too hot and the bugs are so plentiful that anything that does grow gets scorched or eaten by pests.

Enter my fabulous local produce farmers Jon and Debbie Butts.

Jon and Debbie own and operate EcoFarm, a sustainable, organic, biodynamic farm in the Tampa Bay area.  I am fortunate enough to have access to the bounty of their produce on a weekly basis.

Jon and Debbie really have a knack for growing produce even under the extreme conditions of a Florida summer.

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