I’ve been sneaking in turmeric in all kinds of ways for the last year, and I don’t see myself stopping any time soon. I love turmeric most of all for it’s anti-inflammatory properties. In my mind, it’s Nature’s Tylenol. My favorite way to use turmeric now? Infusing its flavor and healing properties into my favorite beverage — kombucha!
When the kids came in from an afternoon of playing in the snow, hands frozen solid, they asked in unison, “Can you make us some Butter Beer?!” Of course! And I’ll even supercharge it with good fat and gut-healing gelatin! Exchange your hot cocoa for this nourishing, non-alcoholic Harry Potter Butter Beer!
I just want to make my guts happy… And my most favorite way to do this is with my favorite fermented drink: KOMBUCHA! Learn how easy it is to flavor your kombucha with frozen fruit!
There are a handful of bloated, emotional, crampy, hormonal, eat-an-entire-bag-of-Oreos days that lead up to and include the first couple days of the blessed arrival of dear Aunt Flo. I call this the “Best Period Drink Ever” because it brings menstrual relief and balance like nothing else can!
This satisfying shake is a new go-to in our house, especially on busy mornings when we need a quick breakfast. And, BONUS!, my kids don’t like avocados, but they love this shake! Win for me!
When I made this shake one morning, I knew it was another breakfast routine waiting to happen. ? Then the kids wanted to try it for their afternoon snack later that week. And when we were all feeling especially munchie one evening, it made the perfect dessert.
It can be breakfast AND a quick afternoon snack AND dessert AND late-night hunger buster! It’s a shake full of nourishing ingredients, healthy fats, and antioxidants that comes together in less than five minutes.
Get the full recipe at Traditional Cooking School!
Unless you’re Mick Dodge and/or have been living under a rock … you’ve likely pinned something or read about the many, many benefits of bone broth. I won’t go into all that today. That’s not new information, and I don’t want to just re-blog stuff that 592 other bloggers have done a bang-up job writing about. No, today, I’m just going to share my own experience in making broth that gels every time. This is half a decade of trial and error talking here, and what I’ve finally figured out works for me like a charm.
Today I want to share with you the beverage that makes summer bearable for me. It’s the drink I whip up in a matter of seconds when my armpits are soaked with sweat by 11:00 in the morning (yes, because that actually happens).