Honey. Stevia. Xylitol, fruit juice concentrate, or agave. The possibilities are endless when you make your homemade jams and jellies. I can feed my family homemade jelly knowing that it's a fruit serving and not a sugary treat laden with food coloring or corn syrup. I can glaze a chicken with orange marmalade or top my yogurt with blackberry jam and know its nourishing. Today I will teach you how to make blackberry, blueberry, apple, or grape jam without any fake or processed sugars!Read More
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Oh, the pain and agony of an elimination diet! I was pleasantly surprised that this is not that! Quite the contrary--I'm making delicious make-ahead foods that mean we have options for snacks and quick meals...all with ingredients we already had in the house. Yay, something painless! Read about our adventure and the cookbook we are using to do it (and get it for 25% off)!
Have you ever had someone come in and change something for the better, to your complete surprise? Sometimes we need a fresh perspective. Today we give you 3 different ways to think about your small space and how it can produce vibrant life for you, your family, and your community. No space is too small to grow something.Read More
It is time to pull out the seed packets! We give you three ways to get momentum on this year's garden.Read More
Joe from "Tap My Trees," the maker of our grab-n-go Maple Sugaring Kits, shares his passion for this must-learn hobby. He brings up some really great points and shares his enthusiasm as to why we should all learn the time-honored tradition of creating fresh maple syrup from our very own trees.Read More
Yes, I am cheap. Frugality means that I can afford to feed my family nourishing, real food because I know how to reinvent it. We compile a whole lotta' tips and recipes to inspire you to do something with the leftovers. I, for one, am inspired to try a new pie recipe with the carrots no one wants to eat.