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We were thrilled to learn that we could make fermented food ourselves, that would have MORE probiotic content than the expensive supplements we couldn't afford. We now make regular batches of lacto-fermented vegetables regularly, make yogurt from grass-fed organic milk and brew our own kombucha tea. I wanted to share a couple of ideas for how to enjoy our favorite fermented vegetable: Sauerkraut. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1juZsez
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Spaghetti & meatballs, burgers with all the fixins, Mama's meatloaf with bacon... my family really loves these meals. But sometimes I don't have time - or all the ingredients to make them fully. No problem - we can make a quick variation on the above by using similar ingredients. The result is usually the same - I hear lots of  'mmmmm!'s around the table. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1kEWyqx
Spaghetti & meatballs, burgers with all the fixins, Mama’s meatloaf with bacon… my family really loves these meals. But sometimes I don’t have time – or all the ingredients to make them fully. No problem – we can make a quick variation on the above by using similar ingredients. The result is usually the same [...]
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Here is my favorite hummus recipe - but don't feel locked down to just this!  I have made splendid hummus-inspired dips out of lentils, black or white beans... the sky is the limit! Try to think of the basic necessities for making it flavorful and smooth:  beans, good olive oil, garlic, salt & some fresh herbs and a splash of acidity (lemon juice can be replaced with vinegar). With those keys - you are on your way towards creating luscious and healthy side dishes for your family. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1e1s5dr
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Our young chef brings you an in-depth review of the cookbook Once Upon a Time in the Kitchen by Carol Odell. Were the recipes written to her level? Did she enjoy cooking from it? Can you get a free copy of it for your very own?! (yes, you can!) Read on to find out ➜ http://bit.ly/1ewjTUL
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Obi Wan Kebabs? Wookie Cookies? Hoth Chocolate? Yes, these are real recipes and they are sure to put a smile on your young Star Wars fan. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/190ixEh
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Oats are so stinkin’ easy. You can boil them, bake them, toast them, or just cover them with liquid and stick them in the fridge – or eat them raw out of the jar. Stacy Makes Cents brings us a simple variation on an old classic. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1jLedIg
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Don't be afraid of those unknown vegetables. Learn to improvise with them! Sarah from Thrifty Good Life brings us a few ideas. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1jXrq5r
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So, this isn’t a REAL tiramisu.  It's grain free. I didn’t use mascarpone cheese, didn’t let it sit overnight (who has time for that?) – and no coffee (but it definitely goes well with a cup!). Bananas aren’t in tiramisu – but stay with me… it’s SO good. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1fTV71D
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Come harvest-time 2014 I intend to be ready with some drying screens, twine, and cheesecloth. I’m so excited to try out these time-honored traditional recipes with the fruits from my own garden. Preserving Food focuses on eight basic methods of traditional food preservation, all heavily used before the industrial revolution gave us canning and freezing methods: root cellaring; dehydrating; lactic fermentation; and preserving in oil, vinegar, salt, sugar, and alcohol. And you can enter to win a copy for your bookshelf! Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1gGC7o4
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A sugar-detox will help your body to eat better, and help your taste buds to enjoy it. I like how Diane Sanfilippo defines her 21 Day Sugar Detox program as “a clear-cut, effective, whole-foods-based nutrition action plan that will reset your body and your habits…By focusing on quality protein, healthy fats, and good carbs, this program will help you change not only the foods you eat, but also your habits around food, and even the way your palate reacts to sweet foods.” Is a sugar detox right for you? Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/18Y9kGP
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An easy recipe of one of the world's healthiest foods: Sauteed Swiss Chard with Cranberries & Toasted Seeds from Thrifty Good LIfe. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1jO9gBc
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As the cold weather approaches, I’m able to indulge my home-body nature and do a lot of cozy, homey activities. We build fires in the fireplace, light candles during the day and I don’t get tired of making soup. Soup can be either incredibly satisfying and flavorful, or it can be disappointingly bland. I’ve found some simple ways to ensure that what is simmering on the stovetop really hits the spot. Read On ➜ http://bit.ly/1h2VAm2
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Eating at Home Should be Easier
Introduction
Plan to Eat is an online menu planner that uses your recipes, scheduled for the days you want them, automatically generating your grocery list, organized the way you like to shop.
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We believe our physical and emotional health is directly tied to what we eat. Plan to Eat was born from our desire to eat real food — great food — prepared at home, together as a family. Our hope is that Plan to Eat will be a tool to help you prepare delicious, wholesome food that nourishes both body and soul.
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Plan to Eat was created out of the desire to eat healthier, less expensive food at home. Our menu planning website makes it easier by saving all of your recipes in one place and automatically creating a categorized shopping list from your meal plans.
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