A few months back, I was called out for using a prepared vegetable bouillon in a recipe, rather than making stock from scratch. Reader David wisely pointed out that “Homemade is easy, flavourful, healthy, and sustainable.”
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I love experimenting with traditional recipes and finding wholesome substitutes for the regular pasta or bread. I really like making lasagna, because you can make a large amount at once so we will have food for several nights, and I substitute the lasagna noodles for slices of potatoes.
Today I’m pleased to share a guest post by Renae Porter, one of our official January Rulers! She offers some thoughts on her own eating rules, my January Rules, and how to put it all together.
The food in France is incredibly rich across the board, but everywhere I look people are fit and trim — at least compared to the U.S. I’m not the first to take notice, of course, as it actually has a name: The French Paradox.
Canned cranberry sauce is perhaps the most preposterously processed product that appears on so many Thanksgiving plates, so if there’s one recipe to share, this is it.
On the heels of October: Unprocessed, I’ve asked my friend Samantha Mills to write about processed vegetarian & vegan convenience foods.