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Healthy Living E-Book Bundle Sale

Posted by on Oct 29, 2012 in expired sale, Uncategorized | 0 comments

  I’m happy to be able to pass along this great deal to my readers. I have not read these e-books but I have heard from others that many of them are quite good.  It really is an amazing deal to get all of them for this low price. For 5 days only, 27 prominent Healthy Living authors have joined together to bundle 34 of their most popular eBooks, valued at just over $300, for the incredibly low price of $29. That’s only $0.87 per book to gain inspiration, encouragement, and the practical resources you need for your own healthy lifestyle. Plus, receive $49 of additional FREE Bonuses, and be entered to win one of 3 great prizes. What’s Included in the Sale? When you purchase the Healthy Living eBook collection, you will get instant access to each of...

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Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Posted by on Oct 27, 2012 in GAPS, Recipe | 5 comments

This is the easiest recipe ever.  We do it once a year after carving our pumpkins.  I feel a bit silly even writing it up but since I always need to look up the details I figure why not.  At least I will be able to find it when I want it and some of you may be like me and can’t ever remember how to do it or you may have not tried it because you didn’t realize it is so very simple. You need: a pumpkin Celtic Sea Salt or any kind of unrefined salt any spices that seem good to you (I skip this but garlic, curry, black pepper and others may sound good to you.) Remove guts from pumpkin.  Remove seeds from guts.  Put the still slimy seeds on a jelly roll pan. These are the...

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The Great Yogurt Experiment after One Week.

Posted by on Oct 25, 2012 in Lacto-Fermentation | 12 comments

Just a quick update on  The Great Yogurt Experiment. We have tasted the one week old yogurt.  It was absolutely fascinating!  Every jar tasted a little different.  To remind you the jars were Mason Jar Fido Jar Pickl-it Jar that I left the air lock in Pickl-it Jar that I replaced the air lock with a plug’r when I moved it to the fridge. Here they are in the dehydrator just getting started. The tasters were me, my children and a friend of mine with a very sensitive palate. Remember, all of these jars came from the same jar of milk. I mixed my yogurt starter into the milk before pouring portions into each jar for fermenting. I put them into my Excalibur Dehydrator for 24 hours set at 100 before moving them to the fridge. And the results?  (I’m...

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Cooking with Coconut Flour Primer

Posted by on Oct 24, 2012 in GAPS | 0 comments

Hi Everyone! Head on over to GNOWFGLINS today to read my guest post on cooking with Coconut Flour. A Primer: Baking with Coconut Flour I’ll be answering any questions about it on her blog. See you there!  ...

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Crispy Crunchy “SOUR”kraut (Sauerkraut)!

Posted by on Oct 21, 2012 in Enzyme Therapy, GAPS, Lacto-Fermentation, Recipe | 50 comments

If you have read my post about Anaerobic Fermentation our GAPS Missing Piece you know how important the Pickl-It jar is proving to be in our GAPS healing journey.  Some have asked me how I make sauerkraut so I’m going to share that recipe with you today.  For this recipe to work you do need a special anaerobic fermenting jar or Fermenting Crock.  I choose to use the Pickl-It jar because it is not prone to mold like crocks can be and because if I do get mold in it I can easily replace the non-glass pieces and keep most of my investment. I do not know of any other jar that works to keep oxygen out and yet allow for easy off gassing like the Pickl-It does. I have seen photos of browning foods in mason jars with...

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