Tex-Mex Tuna Salad Stuffed Avocados

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This really fast and easy grain-free meal makes a perfect lunch or light dinner without heating up the kitchen in the heat of summer.  These tuna stuffed avocados are sure to be a hit when served to guests! By guest contributor Stephani Jenkins Ingredients: 2 ripe avocados Sea salt and pepper, to taste Ingredients for […]

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Soups, Ferments, and Meats, oh my!

Nourished Kitchen Book Review

  What do families on the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) diet need more than anything? A personal chef? Well, yes. But what they need next is new ideas and inspiration for GAPS approved recipes! That’s where The Nourished Kitchen, Farm-to-Table recipes for the Traditional Foods Lifestyle is a lifesaver.  Jenny, of Nourished Kitchen, has […]

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Making Kombucha Sweet and Fizzy (like what you get at the store) with the 2nd Ferment

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Kombucha from the store is a delicious treat, I was wondering if I could make something *just as good* at home. I can! And the good news is that it is super easy, costs very little per batch, and after you buy (or make) the SCOBY, it’s made with what you most likely have on […]

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Spring Cleaning, Crafts, and Links

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Who doesn’t love spring?  We’re getting out the bikes, cleaning out and scrubbing the house, and adding more fresh veggies to our diets.  I’ve been busy with family things and writing a new e-book, but I wanted to give you some links that I know you’d enjoy, and a short update about what our family […]

Simple Chicken Tandoori with Curry Cauliflower Rice

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This Chicken Tandoori is a simple, 2-step dish sure to please even picky eaters. It’s flavorful but mild, because the Curry Cauliflower is as much a star performer as the meat. If you don’t like curry flavors, simply make extra sauce and a basic cauliflower rice seasoned only with salt and pepper. If you need […]

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Farm to Table Sunday Supper Recipe Roundup

A farm-to-table supper consists of as many locally sourced seasonal ingredients as possible. Some specialty items, like salt and spices, will be sourced elsewhere, but the majority of the meal is local. These 12 recipes would all be fantastic to include in your own farm-to-table meal. Invite your neighbors, not only for fellowship, but also […]

Homemade Lemon Pepper Seasoning by Mommypotamus

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Add a little zing . . . To your homemade chicken wings, pecan crusted grouper, or grilled veggie medley with this savory blend of salt, zesty lemon peel and freshly cracked black pepper. It’s incredibly versatile, a thrifty to make use of leftover lemon peels, and super easy to make! Note from Cara: This is […]

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Spring Sale, 25% off – limited time!

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Spring Equinox Sale: 25% off all digital meal plans, individually, the Health Home & Happiness Starter Package, and the limited edition Spring Package that includes all three full GAPS/dairy optional meal plans for Spring (Spring 1, 2, and 3) for an additional discount! USE CODE: SPRING14 March 15th-25th Grain-Free Meal Plans: Food that can be […]

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Spicy Czech Meatballs with Parsley and Anise

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  I love meatballs. And if anyone tells you you can’t have a good meatball without breadcrumbs, they are dead wrong. All it takes is a few good spices, a generous sprinkle of sea salt, and a little science experiment involving cream of tartar and baking soda. The strong ethnic flavors in these meatballs pair […]

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Continuous Brew Kombucha on GAPS – Yes you can use honey!

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Have you heard about continuous brew kombucha? It’s a great way to not only keep kombucha on hand and always ready, but also to get the benefits of even more strains of microorganisims than single-brew Kombucha contains. How would it have more beneficial bacteria? Because additional sweet tea is added at a frequent basis to […]

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