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How to Cook Vegetables: Steaming, Pan Cooking and Lots of Tasty Recipesby  

"I know we should eat more vegetables, but..." This is a common refrain. I bet you've even said it yourself. Vegetables tend to be one of the most under-appreciated parts of the food kingdom, and sadly, one that very few... Read More

8 Unique Recipes With Zucchiniby  

Written by Stacey T, Contributing Writer About this time of year, people are wondering what to do with all the zucchini that just keeps coming from gardens. Zucchini is nutritious - a great source of fiber, antioxidants, Vitamin C and... Read More

Eating Seasonally This Spring: An Interview with Shannon of Nourishing Daysby  

If you've ever thought about learning to eat more seasonally, now is the time. Farmer's markets all over the continent are beginning to open up, and overflowing with seasonal harvest like peas, lettuce, spinach and other green leafies, garlic, strawberries,... Read More

GAPS Diet While Pregnantby  

Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer Over the last few weeks, we’ve been talking a lot about adrenal fatigue here, and one of the potential remedies Stephanie has mentioned is the GAPS diet.  Please go back and read her post... Read More

Adrenal Fatigue: Help and Resources for Healingby  

Earlier this week I introduced the topic of adrenal fatigue. Before reading this post, you may want to go back and read the first part in this series to understand what exactly adrenal fatigue is and learn more about many... Read More

Simple Food {for winter} : Nourishing, Seasonal Recipesby  

The idea of seasonal eating is coming back into vogue, as notions of local food and "100 mile" eating spread. A small portion of the general population is beginning to realize that out-of-season foods like fresh lettuce from California, avocados... Read More

Celebrating New Year’s with Childrenby  

Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer If you have little kids, chances are your New Year’s celebrations don’t look like they used to. You probably don’t go out to a party or have friends over until 1 or 2 in... Read More

Cutting Down on Sugar: 21 Ways to Eat Less Sugarby  

We've all agreed that we tend to eat too much sugar, that we crave it, and that we want to learn to eat less of it (or even none at all- don't miss tomorrow's post!). So here's the really challenging... Read More

Cutting Down on Sugar: Why Do We Eat It So Much?by  

I find it highly ironic that as I sit here writing this post, I am slurping (and I do mean slurping) up the last precious drops of my favorite homemade mocha frappuchino drink. Sugar just tastes good. Really good. I... Read More

Real Food Makeover: The Startup Family, Part 2by  

This is Part 2 of the Real Food Makeover for the Startup family, and the very last of all the Real Food Makeovers! Lessening the Grip of Sugary Beverages One of the 3 baby steps that I suggested in Part... Read More

Real Food on a Real Budget: Eat Local, Eat Seasonalby  

This is the last of the excerpts from my new book, Real Food on a Real Budget. It was taken from Chapter 7- Eat Local, Eat Seasonal. This month one of the topics here at Keeper of the Home is... Read More

Cabbage Roll Casserole: A Tasty Way to Get Your Family to Eat More Cabbageby  

Always trying to find new ways to get more nturient-dense foods into my family, I stumbled upon this idea a while back and it has proven to be a winner! The original recipe came from a fundraiser cookbook put together... Read More

Real Food Makeover: The Anderson Familyby  

I am just loving these makeovers! They are long and take more work than my usual posts, but to me, there is nothing like really digging in and getting practical for particular families. Are you enjoying these posts, too? I... Read More

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