By Brandy, Contributing Writer I needed to come up with a new granola bar recipe that was both wheat-free AND rice free since my son is allergic to both. And since I usually make my favorite granola bars with crispy... Read More
By Kate, Contributing Writer Thanksgiving's coming--really, really soon! And after Thanksgiving we have an onslaught of holiday festivities that will last until we begin 2013. What we find at these festivities, in whatever form they take is...food. Lots and lots... Read More
Written by Rachel Marie, Contributing Writer I'm always on the look out for natural alternatives and healthy recipes, and I'm sure you are, too--especially if you read Keeper of the Home frequently. With all the gluten intolerances, food allergies and reduced... Read More
By Mindy, Contributing Writer I never was a big fan of pumpkin pie during my childhood years. Every year at Thanksgiving, I would choose cherry or apple pie over the classic pumpkin pie. I never understood why it was such... Read More
Written by Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer While most can identify pumpkin and butternut as varieties of winter squash, many of us don't know much about other types of winter squash or how to prepare them. Today I want to dive... Read More
Written by Diana Bauman, Contributing Writer On my journey to real food, I started learning about the many hidden toxins in food and baking products that I used. I know from experience how confusing and daunting it may seem to... Read More
I have a bit of a love affair with mason jars. They are sturdy, they come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, they can often be found inexpensively, and best of all? They are a completely non-toxic way... Read More
If you haven't yet read my initial post, What I Would Feed my Family on a Monthly Budget of $250, I would suggest going there first, and then coming back to this post. First, Some Answers to Your Questions 1.... Read More
As 2011 comes to an end, we’re sharing helpful lists to help you save money, stay healthy, get organized, creatively repurpose, frugally gift-give, intentionally celebrate and more in our “11 Things for 2011” series throughout these holiday months. By... Read More
by Meg Dickey, Contributing Writer Summer, and the fruit it brings, has a way of overwhelming many of us. If you've got a pile of peaches, plums, nectarines, apricots or any other kind of fruit sitting in the middle of... Read More
Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer A question - "How do I keep the issue of personal food choices in godly perspective?" A few weeks ago, I received an email from a young woman asking me how to avoid alienating people who... Read More
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
Written by Sherrie Cook, Contributing Writer I was recently looking at the Vision Forum for books and noticed their tag line. It reads, "Where there is no vision the people perish". What a powerful statement. When I applied that to... Read More
Written by Stacey T, Contributing Writer So you’ve started your garden, and other than a few minor hiccups (which always seem to happen regardless of skill or experience), things are probably going pretty well, right? Are you preparing to preserve... Read More
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
Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer One major area that women attempt to be frugal is in the kitchen. I know I do; it's probably "my" main area! (In others my husband and I work together.) But when you have... Read More
I am not an expert gardener and have only spent the last few years taking a stab at preserving what we eat and eating what we preserve. Every year, though, I grow more and more excited because every year we... Read More
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
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
Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer These days, it’s hard to pinpoint what health really is. Our country’s health is going down the tubes – there are constantly reports on how more and more people are suffering from obesity, diabetes,... Read More
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