Green Bean Casserole (The Real Food Way)

Green Bean Casserole

Written by Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer Green Bean Casserole is a staple side dish for many Hoilday dinners. Tasty green beans, creamy white sauce, and a crunchy topping, make it a well-loved family favorite. Unfortunately, many recipes include canned condensed soup, bacon bits, and French fried onions (also in a can); enough to make a real foodie cringe! Most of these undesirable ingredients can be completely avoided by using homemade alternatives such as made-from scratch sauce and home cooked bacon. Simply replacing these in your […]

When Good Nutrition Doesn’t Seem to Help

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Image by floodkoff By Anne Elliot, Contributing Writer I’ve been trying to feed my family with healthy, nutritious food for about thirteen years now. Before that, I ate just about anything, but one day I began reading books that changed the way I thought. I started to care about nutrition because I cared about my family. Over the next few years, God led me to some nutrition “greats,” such as Sally Fallon (Nourishing Traditions), Weston Price (Nutrition and Physical Degeneration), Henry Bieler (Food Is Your […]

Upcoming: Four Families are Going to Get a Real Food Makeover!

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Image by Nina Matthews Photography **Update- I have had a huge response- thank you so much everyone! I won’t be accepting any more email applications for this, but will be choosing from those who have already contacted me!** Is your family trying to make healthy changes towards real, whole foods and in need of some direction? Do you know that changes need to be made but you’re unsure of what to do first or where to start? This April, I am planning to take the […]

Goals for the New Year

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Image by goodcatmum There’s something about the New Year that offers such a fresh start. It always feel to me like a perfect time to make some changes, try something new, or set some goals for myself. I love that I’m not alone in this. Whether we like to call them “resolutions” or not, most of us choose some areas which we’d like to focus on as we complete one year and move into the next. For some of us, it’s to become more organized […]