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Starting to Forage for Food And Fun: The Researchfeatured

Foraging When you hear the word “homesteading” you may think “growing your own food.”  However, foraging is also a fantastic way to fill the table!  I’ve been fascinated with the skill how to forage for food for a couple of years now.  Seeing the delicious and nutritious foods growing right up around your feet is Read more

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Foods I Don’t Allow in My Home And Their Substitutesfeatured

Food You know that I love writer Michael Pollan and all of his advice about what to eat.  “Don’t eat food like substances.” This is one of my favorite pieces of advice and I’ve taken it to heart whether intentionally or not the past few years.  There are some things that I simply won’t allow Read more

Starting To Grow My Own Food Indoorsfeatured

Growing Food I’ve been experimenting in growing my own food for years.  There have been several failed tomato plants and pots of basil.  However, this year I decided to kick things up a notch.  I decided to go for it and plant seeds in the hope of growing my own food.  Click here to read more about Read more

Food Day: Eat Realfeatured

Some of you may know that Food Day 2015 is coming up.  For those of you who don’t, let me tell you a little bit about it.  Food Day focuses on eating a real and sustainable diet.  What does that mean?  It means cutting down on processed foods and eating more whole foods like grains Read more

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How To Spiralize Your Zucchini For Zoodlesfeatured

Zucchini It’s that time of summer already!  Remember oodles and oodles of zucchini?  Have you found one the size of your forearm yet?  I’ve seen some!  Anyone with zucchini on the vine knows the struggle to use it all up.  It’s green, and delicious and so so good for you!  Don’t let it go to Read more

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Preparing For Fall And The End Of Summerfeatured

Fall It’s almost my favorite time of the year!  Pumpkin in everything, cool weather and beautiful leaves!  I love Fall above all else, and maybe it’s because that’s when things start to slow down a little.  Spending days indoors reading with a cup of tea and snuggles.  That’s one of the best ways to pass Read more

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Fourth Time Is The Charm: Mastering Beet Chipsfeatured

Beet Chips With a huge supply of fresh produce, I’m always looking for ways to spice it up beyond a salad.  I’ve tried stirfrys, fried rice, soup, cooked salads and even chips.  After making kale chips for several months, I decided it was time to give beet chips a go.  But, they proved to be Read more

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Local Tortillas And The Little Things That Make A Differencefeatured

Local Shops Living a locally based lifestyle is something I’ve been working on for years.  I started with shopping at farmer’s markets.  Later I bought a CSA share and lately I’ve been trying more locally owned businesses.  This past week I tried two new local businesses! Local Tortillas My coworker spent the last few weeks Read more

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