I haven't done a meal plan post since 2009. I was just cleaning up my blog and republishing old posts since I got de-platformed. After reading all of my old posts and recipes, I want to get back to baking and cooking from scratch again. It brings me so much joy and it makes my kids happier.
Overeating is really easy to do in our modern world of convenience foods and fast food. Palatable, tasty food is everywhere in easy reach. And it’s easy to get into the habit of overeating. In this post, I share with you 10 simple steps to stop overeating.
What if I told you that cheese is a health food? What if I told you if you want to get healthy you can skip the kale smoothies, protein powders and salads — and instead load up on traditional foods like cheese, butter, lard, sourdough bread, and gravy?
Did you know that when you roast a pig’s head, you get the meat, bones and fat for a fraction of the price? Since I only buy organic/pasture-raised meat and bones, it can get expensive. Buying cheaper cuts can save you a lot — 50% or more.
Do you soak brown rice? If you don’t, you might want to start. Why? Because brown rice contains phytic acid. In fact, brown rice contains more phytic acid than any other grain, even oats.
Looking for ways to use leftover bacon grease? We cook a lot of bacon in our house and I’m always looking for ways to use leftover bacon grease. So I asked you guys, which resulted in this epic Facebook thread.
I wanted to make a short video giving you guys a tour of my front yard vegetable garden this year. I’m growing basil, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, pumpkin, marigolds, artichokes, and herbs including oregano, French tarragon, stevia and sweet mint.