Stuffed Cabbage Leaves

The origin of stuffed cabbage leaves, also known as pigs in a blanket or stuffed cabbage rolls, cannot be pinpointed to any one specific region. It is common to the ethnic cuisines of the Balkans, Central,

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Fermented Beets

Despite the trendy attention fermented foods are getting these days, human beings have been fermenting foods since the beginning of time. In fact, fermented foods have been a huge part of virtually every

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Going Against the Grain – The Deadly Dangers of Wheat

This article covers the end of a podcast that I was unable to finish within the episodes allocated 30 minutes. If you want the program in its entirety, I recommend you start by listening to the episode

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Sweet Potato Casserole (Paleo & Vegan Friendly Versions)

So, I know this recipe could have come at a better time… like last week maybe? BEFORE Thanksgiving? Unfortunately, I didn’t actually plan to make this until the day of… The good news?

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Lamb Stuffed Beefsteak Tomatoes

Beefsteak tomatoes are any of the larger cultivated varieties of tomatoes. They tend to be juicy and are perfect for slicing and eating raw in a tomato salad or for a sandwich. Due to their size they are

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What Is Sole, How To Make It, Take It & Its Many Benefits

What is Sole Aside from being a flat fish and the bottom of a foot or shoe, Sole (pronounced “sol-ay”) is a solution of water and salt where the water has reached a salt saturation level of 26%. First

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Creamy Mushroom Soup

Winter is almost here and the weather has turned cold. In this household it instantly spurs on a desire for heart warming soups and stews. We could eat them every day during the cold season. Another favorite

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Zucchini Fritters

We simply LOVE zucchini fritters! ♥ They are super yummy and are so versatile. They can be used as an appetizer, a vegetarian main course, side dish and even as a snack! These wonderful and flavorful

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Slow Rise No-Knead Einkorn Rustic Bread

We very rarely eat grains in this house, and when we do, we eat it in small amounts and only from proper sources and if it is properly prepared. By proper sources I mean ancient grains that are organic

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50 Cloves of Garlic Soup

Flu season is coming up and consuming garlic is one of the BEST ways to boost your immune system and avoid getting sick. Also, with fall being here soup season is in. One of our favorite soups is garlic

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