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Try a different country's food each month

Every month we pick a different country or region and make that type of food at home. We sometimes get excited and buy a bunch of unique spices and sometimes we are tame and just use what we have. We generally select one to two recipes a week from the location we picked. That seems to get us a sense of what the food is like. So far here's what we've done…

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This app may help me get over my fear of buying perishables

There is an app that now exists that helps you keeps track of your perishable food. It's called The Fridge, and I think it's going to help me get over my fear of buying perishable food. Since I'm so unfamiliar with "real food" that I don't really know how long I have to use anything, I just end up saying "nope, nope, nope" to foods with a time limit.

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Easy almond meal chocolate chip cookies


If you're like me and have a little bit of a sweet tooth, but like to watch what you put into your body. These easy almond meal chocolate chip cookies are delicious, and made with good quality ingredients. They're a great indulgence without the guilt.



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What do you mean you "bake all your own bread"? And answers to other frequently asked bread baking questions

I've been baking all of my own bread since the beginning of 2013. What started as a little experiment has now become a point of pride that I refuse to backslide on. Whenever I mention this hobby to someone, once they're done rolling their eyes and reminding me that one can buy loaves of bread at the supermarket, they start asking questions. Thinking of diving into baking your own bread? Here are the answers to the most frequently asked breading baking questions…

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DIY sauerkraut: giving love to our friendly bacteria

I'm on a fermentation kick lately, and sauerkraut is my favorite. I love it because it's easy to make and it tastes great on everything from hotdogs to soup. But mostly I love it because homemade sauerkraut is full of probiotics, and I've had enough rounds of antibiotics to need some help in that department. To make a single large Mason jar worth of sauerkraut, here's what you do…