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My post on no grain muffins proved to be very popular, so I am posting another no grain recipe I use frequently in our home. This particular honey bread recipe that is Paleo friendly uses coconut flour instead of nut or bean flours. Baked goods made out of coconut flour tend to have the consistency …

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Today I baked a loaf of healthy pumpkin bread (no mix from a box!) with the last cup of pureed pumpkin that I had made back at Thanksgiving. When I bother to make pureed pumpkin, I always use in season pumpkins and make a lot, frozen in small containers, so that I have enough for …

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Anyone worth her salt in the kitchen is able to, at a moment’s notice, whip up tasty and healthy creations that make the family verrrry happy -like a pan of sprouted flour brownies! In fact, if you serve up quality often enough, your family’s taste buds (and yours) will soon learn to reject the ersatz …

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I’ve blogged in the past about the traditionally made, fermented, homemade soda I make in my home. Such drinks like kombucha, kvass, and homemade root beer are loaded with probiotics, are delicious to drink, and greatly assist digestion and nutrient absorption when sipped with meals. What to do if you are temporarily out of homemade …

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Here is a great way to get lots of RAW, pastured butter into your kids.  Chocolate peanut butter fudge – recipe at the end! Don’t know where to get raw butter? See my Shopping List under grassfed dairy to locate a list of small farms that will mail order you this fabulous food. If you are lucky like …

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If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s cheap food. I admit it. I’m a dedicated Food Snob. Perhaps it’s my French heritage. Perhaps it is all those years I actually ate cheap food and suffered the inevitable consequences of dodgy health and a crabby disposition much of the time. I remember some years back …

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It is a sad fact that most folks under the age of 60 don’t remember how to make homemade chocolate pudding from scratch. Boxed pudding (like Jell-O Brand – yikes!) was introduced to the American public during the processed food explosion that gained momentum after WWII ended. The incredible ease of making instant pudding by …