Guest Post

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Guest Recipe from Almost Bananas: Fermented Cabbage Stuffed Peppers post image

My friend Naomi shares her food creations and photos of Slovakia at her blog, Almost Bananas. Check out her latest creation! Probiotics have been in the spotlight recently. Research is continuously finding out yet another benefit that these friendly bacteria and yeast confer upon our health… Click to Continue →

Guest Recipe: Paleo Smoked Salmon & Avocado Boats from A Squirrel in the Kitchen post image

I'm pleased to introduce this guest recipe from Sophie of A Squirrel in the Kitchen, an autoimmune warrior, self-trained paleo chef and food coach. Sophie has a gorgeous blog with some great recipes! I think you will love this one! I may be following a… Click to Continue →

Guest Recipe: Cauliflower Crusted Sheppard’s Pie – Paleo/GAPS post image

As a former vegetarian, Shepherd's Pie is not a meal that I'm intimately familiar with. It's one of my husband's favorite dishes, but until this month I had only ever made the fake-meat version. In this recipe I've replaced the fake meat with turkey, substituted… Click to Continue →

Guest Post: Preparing Your Spring Garden post image

Spring is upon us - There is no doubt about that. The big question is: Is your garden ready for Spring? Here on the Faulk Farmstead, I am feeling like Spring couldn't get here quick enough for my liking - However, my garden was requiring… Click to Continue →

Guest Post: How I am Healing My Rheumatoid Arthritis with the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol from Phoenix Helix post image

First Impressions When I developed rheumatoid arthritis, I knew I didn’t want to take the lifetime of medications normally prescribed for my condition. So, I searched the internet for alternatives and found information on the GAPS Diet, the Paleo Diet, and the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol… Click to Continue →

10 Tips for Healing Tooth Decay from Nourishing Time post image

It breaks my heart when people begin "eating healthier" and then develop cavities or discover that their young child's teeth are decaying. From dealing with my own son's decay, I understand the gamut of emotions this evokes. Often, what we think is healthy or good… Click to Continue →

Paleo Moussaka from Grassfed Girl

Paleo Moussaka from Grassfed Girl post image

Moussaka is a classic Mediterranean dish thought to have originated in Turkey. It has been adapted many times by the Eastern Europeans, Greeks, Italians, and Americans. The word moussaka has Arabic origins meaning chilled. This dish is usually made with cream/milk and wheat flour but… Click to Continue →

Roasted Garlic and Butternut Squash Soup from Sweet Plantains post image

Fall - the beginning of the most wonderful season of year: Soup Season! From now until the warm days of Spring pop up, our family will be enjoying plenty of delicious cold weather soups made with nourishing bone broth to chase the chill of cold… Click to Continue →

Why I Haven’t Owned a Television Since 2002 from Linda Zurich post image

Toward the end of 2001, after much contemplation and a wonderful exploratory visit to California, I made a decision to relocate from the eastern seaboard and move cross country to live on the west coast. When I arrived at my new home out west in… Click to Continue →

Homesteading in Paradise from Attainable Sustainable post image

In 2005, Kris Bordessa and her family traded in a 10-acre homestead in California for life in paradise. She found my questions for the Homesteading feature I ran last year and wrote up this interesting post about her gorgeous homestead in Hawaii! Who wouldn't want… Click to Continue →

Guest Post: Salmon – Buy Wild Caught or Don’t Buy It At All post image

The other day I watched an incredibly moving documentary entitled Salmon Confidential, (linked below) which reveals some of the shocking controversies surrounding the practice of salmon farming in British Columbia, Canada. The film documents biologist Alexandra Morton's efforts to gather evidence about the devastating impact… Click to Continue →

Guest Post: Continuous Kombucha from Cultured Palate post image

I am thrilled to be a part of Jill's Kombucha Challenge here at Real Food Forager to share my method with you - the kombucha continuous brew method! First, let me introduce myself. I am Dina-Marie, the author of Cultured Palate blog, mother of 10… Click to Continue →

Guest Post: My First Kombucha Brew from Laura at wholegreenlove post image

Within the last year or so, kombucha has become one of my favorite beverages. The amazing benefits of this ancient, fermented drink are an appealing reason to partake. The B vitamins, organic acids, pH balancing qualities, and digestion benefits are enough to make me squeal… Click to Continue →

Guest Recipe: Savory Stuffed Pork Loin

Guest Recipe: Savory Stuffed Pork Loin post image

Here is a guest recipe from my November Paleo Pen Pal, Daniel who blogs at Grizzlystrong.com. I sent him some dried savory to use as he wished. He came up with this amazingly savory (ha) roasted pork loin that is making my mouth water just… Click to Continue →

Detox Challenge Signup

Detox Challenge Signup post image

This Detox Challenge is 18 days long and will end March 31. You can start when you are ready -- it doesn't have to be on the first day, today, March 14. Depending upon what you choose to do, you may need a few days… Click to Continue →