This is my Homemade Worcestershire Sauce Recipe. It’s not as authentic as a long-fermented sauce, but it’s a great substitute for Worcestershire Sauce in a pinch.
Bone Marrow Butter is a little exotic, a little decadent, and whole lot of delicious yumminess packing an out-of-this-world nutritional punch.
I confess. I had an addiction to Dr. Pepper. What finally cured me?
Kombucha — the fizzy, mildy sweet and tart, health drink that works wonders detoxing our bodies.
Kombucha, the effervescent and tangy health drink made from fermenting sweetened tea, is my family’s favorite beverage. We drink about 2 gallons of the stuff per week. But what if you’re a lone wolf, daring to make kombucha on your own? Where are you supposed to get a good SCOBY? The most reputable online stores charge anywhere from $20-$35 per kombucha mother. YIKES! So, I thought I’d show you how to grow your own for about $3.50.
Want to know how to make gelatinous, perfect bone broth in your pressure cooker every time? So did I! So, I turned to Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo. It was her post on making homemade bone broth in her pressure cooker that cemented my desire to solve the riddle of whether or not pressure cooking is healthy once and for all! Michelle has generously offered to share her secrets with you. Learn how to make her Pressure Cooker Bone Broth below.
Refried beans are one of my favorite comfort foods. They’re also cheap — dang cheap. And, they’re a tasty way to get lots of nourishing fats into you and your loved ones. The way I grew up, refried beans were one of life’s many mysteries. I ordered them at Mexican food restaurants, or my mom bought them in a large can at the supermarket. That’s what refried beans were to me — something not-too-healthy that I paid too much money for.
Only as an adventurous adult did I foray into the world of making my own refried beans and discover how easy and cheap they are to make — and how ridiculously rich and flavorful I could make them when I had free-reign.
When making the switch to real food, it is hard to envision life without your processed favorites. How many of you love jalapeno poppers? Here is a gluten and grain free recipe that you will love even better than the processed version.
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.
Share Share Share Share There are a lot of reasons to learn how to make buttermilk. Fluffy whole wheat pancakes. Grandma’s flaky biscuits. Ranch dressing. Need I say more? This hero of cultured dairy products makes grains more digestible, salads more tempting, and white sauces more tasty. It’s a shame that it’s darn near impossible…
Don’t feel deprived through the holidays or other special occasions! You can enjoy special treats like this gluten free carrot cake for GAPS, primal, and paleo diets.