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Roasted Cauliflower That Will Change Your Mind About Cauliflower

Here’s the deal. When you’re husband decides he’s going to go Paleo you are going to get tired of the same ol’ standbys. One can only think of so many ways to make chicken and brussel sprouts – and the once favorite sauteed green beans lose their luster after you’ve had them a bajillion and […]

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Ditch the Pancake Syrup and Grab Maple Syrup

My family has been making different food choices for a few years now, in hopes of living a longer/healthier life.  We’ve adopted a few “real food rules.” We’ve been making  swaps slowly and surely to eat cleaner, healthier, and incorporate more whole foods. “Cause that’s the only way to do it…slowly and surely – because […]

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10 Ways to Use a Beef Roast – Tricks for Streching Real Food to Save Money

We all have hectic days – days when we’ve got to make it ball practices, bible studies, meetings, and scouts.  These are the nights it is really easy to just hit the fast food drive thru. But, with a little organization and forethought you can feed your family real, clean food with minimal effort – […]

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Eat Real Butter – And – Which Butter is Best

Since my family has been making some new food choices in hopes of living a longer/healthier life we have adopted a few “food rules.” Make no mistake, we ENJOY eating, we eat meat, AND we live on a budget – but we are not deprived. This may or may not be similar to your life […]

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Real Food Recipe: Spaghetti Sauce

Spaghetti night is something most families are familiar with.   Spaghetti is a simple dinner most of us can whip up on a weeknight.  But, when it comes to HOW we make spaghetti sauce, the recipes and methods are ‘aplenty!  If you have been relying on a packet or jar or can of premade sauce, I […]

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Cook It Once, Use it Twice – Meatballs

Whether you are a work at home mom or you work outside the home, I think this series will help you save time in the kitchen and make getting dinner to the table fast!  Everybody needs a few quick and healthy recipes that can save them some time and energy!  Meatballs are useful for so […]

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My Whole Food Journey 8.2.10 Clean Eating Oils

Since my family has been making some new food choices in hopes of living a longer/healthier life we have adopted a few “food rules.” Make no mistake, we ENJOY eating, we eat meat, AND we live on a budget – but we are not deprived. This may or may not be similar to your life […]

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My Whole Food Journey – Why Nitrate Free

Since my family has been making some new food choices in hopes of living a longer/healthier life we have adopted a few “food rules.” Make no mistake, we ENJOY eating, we eat meat, AND we live on a budget – but we are not deprived. This may or may not be similar to your life […]

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Sauteed Asparagus

One of the recipes I get asked about often is my sauteed asparagus.  This is one of those easy recipes that looks fantastic on a plate and tastes even better, especially when asparagus is at its peak.  If you are wondering asparagus is generally a spring vegetable.  It is in season from around April to […]

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Hummus

We’ve instituted a “meatless meal” once a week and one of our family favorites is a middle-eastern meal – falafel and hummus.  Falafel and hummus are both made of chickpeas, a great source of protein.  After you make this hummus, see the recipe for falafel HERE.    

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