The October Unprocessed Vault: Day 3

Here are all the posts from this day in October Unprocessed history.

Keeping It Easy

The way to accomplish ultimate ease with a project like October Unprocessed is through a bit of planning and prep at the beginning.

For the Love of Beans

Here’s a roundup of delicious and inventive ways to incorporate beans and lentils into every meal of the day.

Baked Sweet Potato Chips to Help Your Family Go Unprocessed

Snack time can be a toughie, I know. Especially with kids. My family loves nuts, and snack on a variety like pistachios, almonds and cashews. Bring on the veggie chips, too. Alternative chips like sweet potato, kale and seaweed are great choices to replace that bag of cheese puffs.

Ten Ways to Save Money on Unprocessed Food (And a Nutty Olive Oil Granola Recipe)

While it is true that organic produce costs more than conventional produce, raw and organic dairy costs more than pasteurized dairy, and organic and grass-fed meats cost more than factory-farmed meats, here are 10 ways you can save money on your unprocessed adventure.

Southwestern Quinoa Bowls, and why sofrito is one of the best things ever

These Southwest Quinoa Bowls will convert most quinoa-haters. The reason why? It is cooked in delicious, super nutritious sofrito!

Coconut Horchata

Horchata has its roots in Mexico and Spain and is probably one of the original milk alternatives, and I think still one of the best. There are lots of versions, but most everyone agrees that it’s essentially rice milk with a bit of cinnamon. I’ve used almonds and coconut in my concoction, too, which gives it a full creamy flavor.

The Beauty of Dry Beans — and Black & White Orca Bean Chili

Dry beans are one of those ingredients that seem infinitely challenging and time consuming — but the truth is beans cooked from scratch are far more delicious and economical than canned beans.

Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Harissa Sauce

Today, Amie shares her story about how going unprocessed changed her health… and recipe for a simple, delicious side dish that takes very little prep work.

How To Make Peanut Butter

It is unbelievably easy to make your own peanut butter at home – even the smooth stuff!

If you haven’t taken the October Unprocessed pledge yet, please do!  And then encourage your friends to join in — it’s a lot more fun that way!

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