Liver: Learning to Love (and Cook) This Superfood

Written by Shannon, Contributing Writer Organ meats are one of those traditional foods that are harder to get behind than butter, for example. In fact, organ meats were one of the last things recommended by the Weston A Price foundation that we decided were important, not because they aren’t more nutrient-dense than most foods but because we were squeamish. The thing is, eating organ meats just makes sense and I believe it to be better stewardship of our foods. Most of us still don’t butcher […]

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

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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 by my Nana’s Sons of Norway group. I’ve taken that recipe and given it a few “real food” tweaks and we just love it. Cabbage Roll Casserole Serves 4-6. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 1 lb ground beef (and if you like, a bit of […]

Real Food Recipe Roundup: March

Chicken Chili and Cornbread Muffins

I love passing on real food recipes, whether they’re tried and true, or newly acquired favorites. Lately, though, I just haven’t been cooking up anything all that interesting! With my trip to the Blissdom conference earlier this month, just a busy month in general for our family, and cleaning out my fridge in preparation for going on the GAPS diet, I just don’t have anything all the exciting to share with you this month. Enter my amazing real food blogging friends! The more I get […]