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Bone Broth and Soups available!

Become a broth club member this winter! I will be making broth weekly for 20 weeks from November 13-March 26th. The cost is $240 for 20 weeks. I use local, grass-fed beef bones from Mead Ranch and bones from pastured … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Folic Acid Supplementation

I just got back from the Weston A Price Foundation’s annual conference. My third time attending the conference, I found it inspiring and informative as always. The best part, honestly, is the food. Many meals are included in the conference … Continue reading

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Breakfast Honcho Recipe

My friend Tim Bradshaw would make this hearty breakfast dish when we were on yurt trips in the Teton backcountry. I’ve adapted his yummy recipe to make it more nutrient-rich. You get plenty of healthy fats from organic sausage, coconut … Continue reading

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Bone Broth for sale!

Receive homemade bone broth and soups this winter! Buy weekly at $15/ quart of broth and $20/ quart of soup. Or… become a member this winter, save $, and receive broth and/or soup weekly! December 1-March 29-18 weeks Broth $216, … Continue reading

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Homemade Broth and Soup for sale this winter!

Receive homemade bone broth and soups this winter! Buy weekly at $15/ quart of broth and $20/ quart of soup. Or… become a member this winter, save $, and receive broth and/or soup weekly! December-March-18 weeks Broth $216, save $54 … Continue reading

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Brussels Sprouts Salad

I’ve been loving Brussels sprouts lately! I found an amazing recipe online that I would like to share with you. With hard-boiled eggs, pine nuts, parmesan cheese, and a mustard vinaigrette, it has similar flavors to a ceasar salad. Like … Continue reading

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Deep Nutrition

Another inspirational read, Deep Nutrition by Catherine and Luke Shanahan takes a different twist on the importance of eating traditional, nutrient-dense foods. The authors argue that our genes constantly change based on the nutrients provided. Instead of the idea that … Continue reading

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Eating on the Wild Side

I want to share a fascinating book I read at the end of 1014. It’s called Eating on the Wild Side by Jo Robinson. Jo Robinson is a food activist from Washington who is most famous for her research about … Continue reading

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Juice Pulp Pancakes

To combat the overindulgence of the holidays, I started juicing in the mornings again. Juicing helps detoxify the body and provides much-needed nutrients in concentrated amounts. My favorite, go-to juice is made with carrots, celery, beets, ginger and apple. If … Continue reading

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Your Personal GAPS Chef and Cowboy Stew recipe

Eating home-cooked food so you know what’s in it is essential if you are on the GAPS diet. Most restaurants these days don’t cook with healthy oils, organic produce and nourishing soup stock. The only way to know what’s in your … Continue reading

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