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Plan to Eat

Make it Simple!

Welcome to the fifth week of 2021 and the final week of our “Make it Fresh” series! We’re focused on keeping our meal plans interesting

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Plan to Eat

Make it Exciting!

It’s week four of 2021! The beginning of a New Year is an exciting time as we all focus on goals and resolutions. We’re focused

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Plan to Eat

Make it Practical!

Welcome to week number three of 2021! New Years is an exciting time as we focus on new goals and resolutions. We’re focused on getting

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Plan to Eat

Make it Original!

Welcome to the second week of 2021! New Years is an exciting time as we all focus on new goals and resolutions. We’re focused on

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Riley

Milo Cookware Review

Our marketing team, Riley and Roni, tested some new cookware last month from Milo Kitchen. Milo was kind enough to send us their 5-piece cast

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Shannon

Baking Wheat-Free

When one finds out that they are unable to eat a certain food, the mind automatically goes to extremes. “I guess I’ll never eat ice

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Stacy

Fish on a Budget

There are SO many health benefits to making salmon and other fish a part of your diet. However, there are NOT many benefits to your

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Amy

The Great Scapes

We had garlic scapes for the first time and we are converted! I am a serious garlic lover and I didn’t think anything could be

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Erin

Good-bye, and Hello!

Did you notice that when I started this whole family table series of posts that I was very non-committal about how long I’d be posting

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Shannon

Canning Meat

What do you do when a neighbor puts lots of homegrown pork plus lard on the community market? If you’re us you say “We’ll take

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Erin

A Vacation for Cooking

Sometimes I think of vacation as time away from things–a vacation from laundry, from changing diapers, from mopping floors. Among the things that some folks might

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Shannon

Sourdough Starter FAQ

There is something rustic and beautiful about sourdough baking. The long rise time, the slight tang, the unique flavor and shape that every loaf takes

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Shannon

Making Kombucha

Kombucha is one of those things that just sounds like hippy food. Like “Yeah, I had sprouted tofu for lunch with a big glass of

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Amy

Getting Cultured

Have you tried your hand at culturing dairy yet?  It’s really not as scary as it sounds.  Making my own buttermilk was seriously the easiest

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Amy

Thoughts on Fishing

  We recently spent a week at the family cabin in Montana.  My husband and his dad spent hours on the lake together.  They’d get

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