A Real Food kitchen requires more gadgets and gizmos for food preparation and storage than a kitchen full of processed, pre-made foods. But what if you want to practice minimalism? Can Real Food and minimalism converge? Yes! Here are 7 tips to practice minimalism in a Real Food kitchen!
I use my Instant Pot to cook perfectly fluffy quinoa in just 4 (yes, you read that right) minutes is truly a wonder! AND I give it a long soak first to reduce phytic acid and saponins for better digestion! Here’s how!
This year, I ended my 32-year committed relationship with sugar. But I’m not missing out on sweets because I have a trick up my sleeve for a DIY blend that substitutes for sugar cup for cup!
Once you’ve eaten all your crispy, delicious Bubbie’s pickles, you’ll be left with about 2 cups of liquid that’s still full of fermenting potential! I have cultured veggies with a starter culture, with whey, and with salt only — and I LOVE using Bubbie’s Pickles liquid as my starter culture!
You’re going to pay a lot more and get a lot less by continuing to purchase cashew milk at the health food store. Save money and health with homemade cashew milk just 2 ingredients: cashews and H20.
We waited later than usual to mow our yard for the first time, and I’m SO glad we did…because I had no idea one section of our yard was almost covered in wild violets! Making wild violet simple syrup is super easy, and it’s a great way to use up these lovely little flowers if you have them in your yard!
I feel like I have more energy, better digestion, and a stronger immune system since I began drinking Hippie Juice. Hippie Juice has made such a difference in my life that I want to spread this recipe — YOU NEED TO MAKE SOME TODAY! In this episode of Dietzville.TV, I’m making Hippie Juice for you.
Chipotle happens to offer the perfect Satisfying (S) meals! This means we can stay on plan, while eating nutritious foods that are prepared quickly and are very reasonably priced. Here’s how to do The S Meal, Trim Healthy Mama at Chipotle.
To buy kale hummus at my health food store, I had to shell out $1 per ounce! Or, I could make it myself, at home. Sprouted chickpeas take this hummus up a notch and make it nourishing and super digestible. The addition of steamed kale and fresh chives gives this sprouted hummus a powerful punch of greens for the perfect appetizer or snack!
If given the choice between a brownie and a raw kale salad, the brownie wins every.single.time. So I’m always looking for quick and easy ways to get my greens in — like these raw Dandelion Greens Smoothie Cubes. Just pop one in your smoothie and you’re helping your liver detox and giving your body lots of good chlorophyll!