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Benefits of a Protein-Rich Breakfast (and a Protein Pancake Recipe)by  

Written by Stacy K, Contributing Writer We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but with so many choices (and conflicting information), it can be difficult to know what to serve our family. While cereal... 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

5 Ways to Use Blueberries this Seasonby  

Written by Stacy K, Contributing Writer Full of flavor, sweet and nutritious, a blueberry in season is one of summers greatest pleasures. Fresh blueberries are delicious on their own and need no special preparation. However, they do go bad quickly,... 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

Making Homemade Yogurtby  

Written by Emily, Contributing Writer I've been making homemade yogurt for just about two years now, and I love the convenience, quality, and savings of making yogurt at home. Yogurt is one of the most basic traditional foods, and even... Read More

A Sweetheart’s Breakfast: Oatmeal Whole Wheat Pancakes and Homemade Pancake Syrupby  

Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer The heart bone's connected to the stomach bone We don't eat pancakes too often anymore, but for Valentine's Day breakfast I'll be serving these luscious oatmeal pancakes to my hubby. After all, the way... Read More

Healthy Breakfasts: Whole Wheat Buttermilk Wafflesby  

Written by Emily McClements, Contributing Writer As we seek to improve our health in different areas this month, we all know an important aspect of that is starting each day with a healthy breakfast. Breakfast is an important meal, and... Read More

Sweet or Savory Roll Ups: Grain and Gluten Freeby  

Written by Cara, Contributing Writer Roll ups using grain free crepes are a protein rich breakfast or lunch.  This is an easy way to make a grain free peanutbutter and jelly 'sandwich' and are easier for little ones to eat... Read More

Gingerbread Fruitcake: A Holiday Tradition Improvedby  

If there's one running joke at any Christmas celebration, it's fruitcake. I personally happen to love fruitcake, complete with the shiny oddly colored faux-fruits. But once you know what kind of strange alterations those fruits have been through, it tends to take... Read More

Nourishing Wife-Saver Breakfast Casseroleby  

I grew up eating a "wife-saver" casserole each Christmas morning, with eggs and bacon and Corn Flakes crumbled on top. It was delicious and hearty, and best of all, my mom could make it the the day before and pop... Read More

Easy Breakfast Ideas: From Scratch, With Real Foodby  

Written by Anne Elliott, Contributing Writer As my family increased in size, I started trying to figure out more inexpensive ideas for breakfast. It had nothing to do with health back then. Later I found out that making breakfast at... Read More

Real Food Makeover- The Anderson Family, Pt 2by  

This is a continuation of last week's makeover for the Anderson family. This week I want to share a sample menu plan. It won't look quite as specific as the menu plan for the W family, because mom Andi is... Read More

Recipes and Ideas for What to Eat on the GAPS Introduction Dietby  

Image by carbavor We've just begun our 3rd week on the GAPS diet, and all is well. We are beginning to see some very positive results in our family, including less eczema for the baby and toddler, a decrease in... Read More

Real Food Recipe Roundup: Decemberby  

Welcome to my newest monthly feature, the Real Food Recipe Roundup! Back when I did my readers survey, I learned that finding nourishing, whole food recipes is right up there among your favorite topics on this blog. I thought that... Read More

Making Your Own Convenience Food Mixesby  

For those who are baby-stepping your way towards learning to make more foods from scratch, rather than packages, here are some great ideas for making that process easier in this guest post! ******* Guest Post by Allyson As a stay-at-home... Read More

How to Make Your Own Loxby  

For those who aren't even sure what I'm talking about, lox (also know as gravlox) is basically a marinated raw salmon, sliced thinly. It is absolutely delicious, highly nutritious and the perfect Saturday morning breakfast, on a bagel slathered with... Read More

A Nourished Start: Peanut Butter Smoothies and Baked Oatmealby  

Breakfast just might be my favorite meal of the day. I have a real penchant for breakfast foods (waffles, pancakes, fresh fruit and berries, yogurt, sausages, smoothies, hashbrowns, eggs benedict... I could go on, but I'm sure you get the... Read More

Salmon Melts, Broccoli Salad and Cinnamon Sconesby  

I spent most of the day working on my garden (so exciting, I can't wait to show pictures soon!), so I am exhausted and ready for a relaxing evening, but as requested, here are a few of the recipes I... Read More

All You Ever Wanted to Know About Oatmeal: A Guide to Choosing, Soaking and Cookingby  

Today's kitchen tip is a quick lesson in soaking and cooking oatmeal. Recently, I've been asked multiple times what kind of oats we use, and to explain the details of how I make our breakfast cereal, so here goes... For... Read More

Making homemade yogurtby  

Today I made a batch of homemade yogurt, and as I am often asked how I do it, I thought I would post a simple tutorial on how to do it. Homemade Yogurt Recipe Type: Breakfast Ingredients You will need:... Read More

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