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Sarah

You like kale… really?

I remember telling a friend, years ago –  ‘You don’t really like kale!  You just like it because it’s good for you!’  I had tasted some

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Plan to Eat

Saturday Morning Breakfast: Flaugnarde

It’s pronounced like this: (flow-NYARD) [sc_embed_player fileurl=”https://s3.amazonaws.com/pteblog/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/forvo_fr_882596.mp3″] I promise this dish really isn’t as stuffy as its pronunciation makes it out to be. In fact, it

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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

Cultured Butter

I got a cheese making kit in the mail a few weeks ago, which I was so excited to rifle through and examine. I love

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Amy

Spicy Almond Sauce

I swap dinner with a neighbor two nights a week.  Monday and Wednesday I cook.  Tuesday and Thursday I eat bon bons and paint my

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Amy

Frog Egg Pudding

I wrote an article for a local food magazine, Edible Wasatch, about summer popsicles. As it turns out, the Frog Egg Popsicle recipe makes a

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Shannon

Gluten-Free Shake and Bake

So many of my food memories revolve around brand names. Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. Dannon yogurt. Schwann’s ice cream. Kraft Shake ‘n Bake. I am

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Amy

Healthy 5-Layer Bars

I have been really craving these!  Seven-layer bars take me back to being a kid.  Unfortunately there are some things that I used to love

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Amy

Real Ketchup

I’d read in Wild Fermentation that once upon a time, condiments were digestive aids rather than vehicles for excess fat, sugar and salt in our

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Amy

Grain-Free Granola

Awhile ago our family did the GAPS diet, which means no sugar and no grain (among other things). I thought I would miss sugar the

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Shannon

Buttered Enchilada Sauce

I love everything about enchiladas. The cheese, the tortillas, the spice, the sauce… that brick red, tomatoey, heavy-on-the-cumin-and-chili sauce. But, to the best of my

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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

Mexican Meatloaf

There is this little dance my husband and I do every time I decide to make meatloaf. It started back when I could purchase grass-fed

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Amy

No Sugar Cookie Roundup

The holidays can be stressful for many reasons, wonderful too, of course.  But they can be particularly hard on us physically, lots of extra racing

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Shannon

Easy Peasy Split Pea Soup

Simple soups like this earthy green pot are as pure and artisan as nourishment gets. For generations soups like these have fed large families, large

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Eddy

Mess of Greens

Lyndall “Granny” Toothman grew up in Appalachia. Her family didn’t have a lot of money. She remembers Christmas dinners as a child when everyone dined

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Amy

Breakfast Comfort Food

In college my roommates and I had a tradition of throwing a semi-annual potluck breakfast.  We always made my roommate’s grandma’s breakfast casserole and assigned

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Amy

Sweet Potato Linguini

One of my dearest friends created a book chock full of amazing recipes and brilliant health advice.  She shared this recipe from her book for

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Amy

Scottish Oat Cakes

I love simple recipes that I can easily incorporate into my routine.  Growing up, my best friend’s  dad could make two things, these biscuits and

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Shannon

Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice

It’s that time of year again – time for eating crisp fall apples, hearty root vegetables, and all varieties of winter squash. Chief among the

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Amy

Whatzat? Tzatziki!!

I learned this recipe from Jennifer at Sewn Natural Studios and have been making it to use up excess garden produce ever since.  If you

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