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6 Tips on How to Save BIG Money on Wholesome REAL Food

1. Practice the Buy in Bulk Principle If it is on sale at an awesome price…buy it.  It it is fresh food, use it, freeze it, can it, dehydrate it.  Especially if it is something you buy all the time, anyway.   One problem with eating REAL Food is that their aren’t a lot of […]

Real Food, Real Simple: One Pot Tomato Basil Pasta

 One of the biggest request I get is help in getting real food on the table real fast. Every mama needs a few good recipes up her sleeve that they can throw together with almost no effort.  At least once a week {usually more often} I find myself with trying to figure out how to […]

Sunday School – Have a Whole Food Work Day to Save Time During the Week

With children going back to school and everyone trying to get back into their routines {or develop routines} I thought it might be a good idea to share how my family stays sane while trying to get children to school {with real food lunches} and appointments, going to work {or making deadlines for work online}, […]

Sunday School: How to Shop for REAL & Wholesome Foods – Part 1

I’ve had a lot of questions about how I shop for my groceries, where I go to find the best prices, and where I buy which foods.  I’m going to answer those questions today! The truth is, finding REAL food can be an adventure…especially if you want to find the best real food at the […]

Sunday School: Being Outside Is More Than Just Child’s Play

How many of us have said or thought, “we played outside so much more when we were kids than kids now days do.”  We reminisce of the good ol’ days when we used to play outside for hours with the neighborhood children and finally come in only when our parent’s called us in for dinner […]

Sunday School: Why You Should Cut Out Processed Foods

Here are the reasons why my family cut processed foods…and why YOU should too. We are all just parents…people trying to find our way.  Heck, many of us are just trying to make it through the day.  Many households require two working adults and revolve around hectic work, school, extra-curricular, and church activities.  Just getting […]

Sunday School: Should You Wear Sunscreen this Summer?

Summer is here!  At many surrounding schools the kiddos have said their final goodbyes to classmates and are ready for long days in the sunshine, at the park, at the beach, and by the pool!  And, if your kiddos are still finishing the last days of classes, I’m sure they are well aware of the […]

Sunday School: Milling Your Own Wheat – Explaining Types of Wheat

After reading last week’s post: Wheat: A Nutritional Powerhouse, a few readers reached out asking me about the wheat that I buy. If you’ve ever looked into milling your own wheat and purchasing wheat “berries” you know that wheat doesn’t just come in one variety.  So, in this post I am going to explain the […]

Sunday School: Wheat: A Nutritional Powerhouse?

There are a lot of different diets out there.  There used to be the low fat diet, the Atkins diet, South Beach diet, and I’m sure a myriad of others.  Now you hear of even more: grain free diet and the Paleo diet are among some of the newer ones.  Of course, then you have […]

Sunday School: How I Buy Fruits and Veggies Beyond the Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen

I’ve had a few people ask me about the fruits and veggies that I buy. Which veggies are most important to buy organic? What about the fruits and veggies that aren’t on the clean 15 list? Which is better to buy: organic or local? So, I’m hoping I can answer all these questions and some […]

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