Next time you’re at the market, consider this philosophy when looking at the options available to you and the prices beside them.
Instead of focusing on what I couldn’t eat, I came up with up with something else I love, and simply chose to make that a part of the holiday. It’s now one of my favorite parts of the holiday meal.
I originally published this recipe a few years ago, and it instantly became one of our favorite Thanksgiving dishes. It’s an easy recipe, and can be prepared a day (or even two) before, making your T-day a heck of a lot less stressful.
Here are all the posts from this year’s October Unprocessed challenge. If you missed any — or just saw one go by and wanted to come back to it! — they’re all listed in this handy visual index.
Each year our movement has grown — and it gives me hope for the future. It means the pendulum is starting to swing back from ultra-processed foods to real food, and it’s gaining momentum.
First of all, congratulations. You made it through the month! As we say goodbye to October and the useful framework that Andrew created, here are my two best tips to keep you on track for wholesome eating moving forward.
As I was staring at the pile of persimmons on our kitchen counter this morning, I thought it would be nice to seek out some new & creative persimmon recipes from my friends’ sites, and share them with you. So here ya go: 21 mouth-watering persimmon recipes. Enjoy!
When I ask people what their least favorite part of cooking is, I often get a somewhat sarcastic answer: DOING THE DISHES! There’s really no way around the fact cooking creates dirty dishes — but there’s a really simple way to drastically reduce the number of dishes you dirty while making food, which of course means less time spent washing dishes.