Find yourself with an overabundance of fruit and want to make a fun drink for your guests? Country wine is a general term for wine made from fruit except for grapes. Wow your guests with your wine-making skills!
I love all things Mexican. Food. Clothes. Little native villages perched high up in the mountains. In my home, taco meat and refried beans are veritable staples.
Sadly, store bought taco seasoning is full of nasty stuff with an ingredients label that reads like a chemistry textbook. If you’ve been wondering how to replace those small packets of MSG-riddled spices with something real, you should give this recipe for homemade taco seasoning a try.
If you haven’t already, you should learn how to make butter. It’s so simple that I think everyone should do it at least once! To experience the best of what homemade butter can be, I only bother making it if I’ve got some extra raw cream from grass-fed cows on hand.
Pudding is something I refuse to let go of. It is just that good. I have a much easier and much more all-natural paleo chocolate pudding for you. It is dairy-free, packed with Omega-3’s from Chia Seeds, and is tasty all the same. I present to you: Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding.
Blood oranges are a wonderful complement to kombucha. They hold a special place in the hearts of citrus lovers everywhere because of their natural sweetness!
This Espresso Ice Cream is a dream for all coffee lovers! It first wows your tastes buds with sweet and spicy cinnamon then the bright floral notes one of the most valued spices: cardamom!
This Creamy Paleo Vegetable Dip is my favorite way to snack on raw veggies. This dairy free recipe is a perfect snack or appetizer to cool off with on a summer day!
I have the perfect allergy-friendly holiday treat to share with you today with these Dairy-Free Salted Caramel Candies. These babies are both Paleo AND suitable for the autoimmune protocol (AIP) too.
Are you in need of a healthy milk substitute? Are you dairy intolerant and in search of good alternatives to milk? Or perhaps you can’t get your hands on any milk from grass-fed cows — pasteurized or raw? Or maybe you’re fasting from dairy for religious or health reasons and simply want the most nourishing milk substitute you can find?
These days, people turn to soy milk. Even if you’re not turned off by the fact that it’s an industrial waste product spun by marketers into a so-called “health food,” you can’t like the numerous health-risks associated with soy. (I’ll be writing more on those later in the week. But as a foretaste of things to come, soy: is thyroid suppressing, blocks absorption of minerals like calcium, causes hormonal imbalance leading to infertility and breast cancer, disrupts protein digestion, can cause growth problems in children).
So, if you’re not willing to drink soy milk, what’s left for you? What are the healthiest milk substitutes available?
There is no contest what my favorite kitchen gadget of all time is: the Instant Pot pressure cooker. This recipe for the easiest Paleo Italian chicken ever has been a fallback recipe for me on occasions when I need something fast yet delicious for dinner!