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Month 4 Release! REAL food on a Food Stamp Budget – Month 4 – The Summer Edition

Are you a subscriber to this blog?  If so, you should have received a very special newsletter from me last night. I released month 4 of the REAL Food on a Food Stamp Budget  meal plans. Over 10,000 people {that I know of – that are subscribed} are receiving these meal plans – FOR FREE. […]

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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 […]

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Lunchbox Inspiration: Watermelon, Strawberry, and Mint Fruit Salsa

Today is the last post in this series, although it is probably not the last post you’ll see about lunchboxes!  I hope you have enjoyed this series and you’ve gotten a few good ideas and some inspiration for how you can make lunchbox meals simple and/or fun while still being packed with healthy foods. This […]

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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}, […]

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Carrot Cake Cream Pies

Today’s snack is AWESOME! It is a bunch of healthy ingredients that taste like CARROT CAKE.  Mmmm…. So good.  You know those Little Debbie Cakes that everyone has lovely memories of about enjoying them as a kid?  Yeah, me too.  Have you read the ingredients lately?  Yeah…me too. If you loved oatmeal cream pies these […]

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Simple, Healthy, & Wholesome After School Snack Series: Dried Fruits and Nuts

Welcome to the second post in a series about real food snacks – snacks that are simple, healthy, and wholesome.  I’ll share a new recipe or preparation each day and I’ll share lots more at the end of the week in a big round up!  If your kids have a favorite snack you’d like for […]

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Simple, Healthy, & Wholesome After School Snacks Series: Homemade Strawberry Fruit Snacks

This marks the first post in a series THIS WEEK on SIMPLE, HEALTHY, WHOLESOME snacks.  These snacks don’t contain any yucky chemical ingredients {like many packaged options}.  These snacks will be simple to prepare.  And most of all, these snacks are ones your kids will love and beg for! I’ll share a new recipe or […]

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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 […]

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August Real Food Menu Plan

So, I’ve gotten a bit of feedback from you guys that you like seeing my family’s menu plan.  Some of you have let me know that you are interested in links to the meals and that it helps to just see how I put things together to give you ideas.  So, I’ve decided to give […]

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Soy is NOT a Health Food

Have you been duped by media and advertising into thinking soy is a health food?  Don’t worry, you’re not alone.  Millions of dollars have been spent to convince Americans that soy is a health food and healthy replacement for all sorts of things: meat, milk, dairy, etc. In fact, most vegetarian and vegan processed products […]

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