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What To Feed Kids With Asthma: An Anti-Inflammatory Meal Plan for Kidsby  

By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer Looking for an anti-inflammatory meal plan? Today, Jessica has you covered! A few times a year, my husband and I go to bed with a lump in our throats. We listen over the monitor for... Read More

101+ Meal Ideas for Late Summerby  

  By Kresha, Contributing Writer It's that time of year again. Yup, the time of year when there's still a month of summer left and yet we've already made all our favorite recipes to beat the heat. Yes, there is... Read More

A Modern Alternative Mama’s Two-Week Meal Planby  

By Kate, Contributing Writer This is an average meal plan in our home.  We have four kids who are 5.5, 4, 2, and 4 months (the baby doesn't eat with us yet).  Our goal right now is to increase the... Read More

Serving My Family Real Food in Imperfect Situations Part 2 (With a 4-day Meal Plan)by  

Did you miss the first part of this post? You can read it here. Now that you know what we've been buying are you curious what I've made with those foods, in sub-par kitchens at that? I tracked our actual... Read More

Winter Giveaway Week: Win 1 of 2 Annual Memberships to “No More To Go” Menu Plans ($64 Value Each)by  

This seems to be the week for giveaways geared to meal planning and cooking from scratch! Today's giveaway is a little bit different, though. Typically I share a lot about doing your own meal planning, but I know that for... Read More

Freezer Cooking for the Busy Mom (Two Hours and Ten Meals? Yes, Please)by  

A common sentiment when it comes to eating real, whole, from-scratch foods is that (while we know they're good for us) they can be time consuming to prepare. It's a real deterrent for a lot of people who want to... Read More

10 Easy Meals for when You Forget to Planby  

Written by Mindy, Contributing Writer We all know that the best way to eat healthy meals while staying on top of your food budget is by meal planning.  This is something that Stephanie has talked about often, and she has... Read More

Cooking for a Family When One Person Has a Food Sensitivityby  

Over the years, we've had our fair share of special diets. Each of our children has dealt with strong food sensitivities and restrictions at one point or another. Sometimes we make changes to our diet as a family, requiring everyone... Read More

7 Ways to Add More Veggies to Meals You’re Already Cookingby  

  Written by Stacy K, Contributing Writer We all know that vegetables are good for us; they can help protect against many chronic diseases, aid weight loss, and provide vitamins and minerals. Yet, even with this knowledge, a good portion... Read More

My New eBook- Plan It, Don’t Panic: Everything You Need to Successfully Create and Use a Meal Planby  

Announcing my newest eBook... Plan It, Don't Panic: How to Successfully Create and Use a Meal Plan! What if you could learn to meal plan in a way that helped you to eat better, while saving you money, time and... Read More

You Asked For It: Plan It- Don’t Panic! {A 6-Week Meal Planning Challenge}by  

All those who know that meal planning is a good idea, but struggle to actually do it, put up their hands! (Is yours raised?) I definitely relate. I have been meal planning on and off (more on than off) for... Read More

Surviving Early Pregnancy With a Houseful of Littlesby  

I remember when I was pregnant with my first. I was working full time as an ESL teacher, but during my time off? I could put my feet up, take a nap when I was tired, make whatever food I... Read More

Q&A Video Blog: Eating Healthy During Summer Travels and in Other’s Homesby  

In today's video, I'm answering this question from a reader: How do you handle situations where you know you will be eating at someone else's home... and the home you are eating at does not eat whole foods? I am... Read More

Adding Seafoods to Your Dietby  

Written by Meg Dickey, Contributing Writer When Dr. Weston A. Price traveled the world examining primitive cultures, one of the first things he noticed was the great lengths the people went to in finding nutrient dense foods.  One of the... Read More

How to Prepare for Going on the GAPS Dietby  

[caption id="attachment_9084" align="alignnone" width="500"] Bone broth, meat and squash. The foods we seem to live on in the early stages of GAPS![/caption] Just today I was over at a friend's house and as I said "no thank you" to the... Read More

Real Food Makeover- The “W” Family, Part 2by  

Continuing on from the first installment of this week's Real Food Makeover... What to Buy, Where to Buy It One fantastic thing that the "W's" mentioned is that there is a an enthusiastic local foods movement in their area, including... Read More

Real Food Makeover: The “W” Familyby  

Introducing the first of four families to receive a Real Food Makeover! Each week, I will be highlighting a different family and offering suggestions and resources to help them along the road to eating more real, whole, healthy foods. Meet... Read More

Whole Chickens – Less Waste, More Mouth-Watering Goodnessby  

By Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer Without exception, I always buy whole chickens – free-range, sustainably raised, local whole chickens. You may wonder why I bother with whole chickens when I could simply buy the particular cut I want, prepackaged, and... Read More

An Update on Our GAPS Diet and Related Q&Aby  

Last week I shared why our family is doing the GAPS diet and what it is all about. We actually began this Monday morning. We haven't seen any amazing results come out of the first 4 days, but we are... Read More

Organization in the Real Food Kitchen: Planning to Make Food Preparation Happenby  

**Have you been enjoying this series on Organization in the Real Food Kitchen? Catch up on any posts that you may have missed in my Getting Organized category.** Image by shannahsin In the days before I began cooking real, traditional,... Read More

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