How NOT to Make Ghee

How NOT to Make Ghee

Sometimes things just don’t go as planned. Last Wednesday at GAPS™ Group I demonstrated how to make ghee, (aka clarified butter). Since it takes about an hour I had two pots going on the stove. One to show how it begins, and another pot that I began early to...
Recipe: GAPS Easter Chocolates

Recipe: GAPS Easter Chocolates

Need a GAPS-friendly chocolate treat for your kids’ Easter basket? Here’s a recipe that I created that fits the bill. The first couple of times I did this I was just throwing in a little of this and a little more of that, until I achieved the flavor I was...
Baking Bacon

Baking Bacon

Baking bacon is a simple way to have bacon for everyone hot and ready at the same time. Instead of frying your bacon on the stove a few pieces at a time, bake it in your oven all at once. Here’s the super-simple instructions: Arrange as much bacon as you can fit...
How to Cook a Whole Pumpkin

How to Cook a Whole Pumpkin

I used to think that edible pumpkin only came from cans. Even in the Real Foods movement, canned pumpkin is often called for in recipes. I think this is because it’s so hard to cut through the tough skin to open a pumpkin. I found the easy way to cook a whole...
9 Commonly Confused Cooking Terms

9 Commonly Confused Cooking Terms

Last month my husband and I decided that we want to write a cookbook that will help people transition to eating more real foods. We brainstormed a list of recipes and ideas for how we’d like to format the book, and we’ve gotten pretty excited about this project. Then...
Roasted Ratatouille Recipe

Roasted Ratatouille Recipe

This Roasted Ratatouille is one of my go-to recipes to make sure I always have vegetables on-hand to heat up as a side dish. Instead of sautéing some of the veggies first, I toss it all in a casserole dish, which saves time and dishes that would need washing. You can...

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