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Buttery Parmesan Sourdough Discard Crackers

  You didn’t think I would stop with my super awesome Rosemary and Olive Oil Sourdough Discard Crackers did you? No way! Once I realized what a huge success my discard crackers were I wanted to make all the flavors. This recipe takes four ingredients and turns them into a super cheesy, super crunchy, super …

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Probiotic Coconut Mango Lassi Popsicles

  Summer is officially here. There will be long afternoons in the shade of the porch. There will be days at the lake. And there will be popsicles! This new popsicle flavor will have everyone begging for another! Mango lassi is creamy, sweet, and tangy. Here I’ve blended Thick Coconut Yogurt with whole fruit and …

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Sprouted Wheat Banana Bread

    I’ve been playing around with sprouted whole wheat a lot lately. I’m really digging the fact that like sourdough, sprouted wheat is better for your health and digestion. The sprouting process breaks down enzyme inhibitors, neutralizes phytic acid, and releases vitamins and minerals that make the grain more nutrient dense.     Buying …

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Sourdough Discard Crackers With Rosemary and Olive Oil

    I’m not going to lie. These sourdough discard crackers are too good and too easy. Way, way, way too easy. If you have an hour, some sourdough starter discard, olive oil and salt you can whip up a batch of the crispiest crunchiest crackers with incredibly big sourdough flavor. I apologize in advance if …

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Raw Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Halva Bites – Raw Tahini, Raw Honey, Raw Cacao, and Salt

  I had a hard time naming this recipe. I’m still questioning whether calling it Raw Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Halva Bites is fair. It’s not really anything like the flaky traditional tahini halva made with cooked sugar or honey, or like real chocolate chip cookie dough made from flour, sugar and eggs. Instead the …

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Soft and Chewy Sourdough Tortillas Made With Real Lard

  When life gives you lard, make sourdough tortillas! I have always used a really nice sourdough tortilla recipe that a friend passed on to me. It calls for flour, starter, butter, lard, salt, water and baking soda. While I like this recipe it does not call for proper fermentation of the flour. So I …

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Cranberry Apple Duck Liver Pâté

  When I’m brainstorming ways of cooking duck meat I always associate fruit. Duck has a strong, rich and earthy flavor that is smoothed and refined by adding a natural sweetener like apples, dried fruit or dark complex berries. Duck liver is essentially the same and needs a careful balance of sweetness to bring out …

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Easy Grain-Free Meatballs – Keto-Friendly Real Food

  A real food dinner shouldn’t be stressful or time consuming. There are plenty of days when I need an easy recipe that pleases a crowd, nourishes the soul, and keeps all the bellies full. That is why I adore these easy grain-free meatballs! They are so much quicker than meatloaf and a lot more …

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Lemon Coconut Butter Fudge – Raw, Real Food With a Keto-Friendly Option

  I’ve made a lot of coconut butter fudge over the last few years. Once I figured out my master three-ingredient recipe I was hooked. I’ve since written numerous coconut butter fudge recipes ranging from real raw chocolate to festive cranberry orange to smooth and decadent maple pecan. With that said, this Lemon Coconut Butter Fudge might be …

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Cinnamon Maple Pecan Granola – Made With Properly Prepared Soaked Oats and Nuts

    Finally, a real soaked oat and nut breakfast granola that you can confidently feed the whole family! This cinnamon maple pecan granola is just lightly sweetened with real maple syrup and is carefully prepared to make sure you get the most out of every bite! With just a handful of real food ingredients …

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Pastured Chicken Liver Pâté With Shallots, Thyme, and Cognac

    Every nourishing diet should include plenty of organ meats from healthy pastured animals. But it’s not always easy with the modern palate. If you didn’t grow up eating things like liver, kidneys, and other organ meats the preparation and taste can be a little, well, off-putting. It takes time to get over the …

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How To Make Coconut Butter Fudge (With Endless Flavor Variations)

Coconut Butter Fudge Has Been My Go-To Treat For A Few Years Now. When I get a craving, it’s usually for sweets and fats. Coconut butter fudge always delivers the goods! It is such a satisfying snack that I never need more than one or two small pieces to feel full and content. And it’s made …

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Nutrient-Dense Strawberry Sherbert (Sherbet) – Made in Your Food Processor With Just Three Raw Ingredients

It doesn’t matter whether you say “sherbert” or “sherbet,” you can’t go wrong with this easy, healthy, three-ingredient variation on the old classic! I’ve always said “sherbert” and I probably will for the rest of my life. Does that make me some uncultured dummy? No! It makes me just like everyone else in America! Words …

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Soft and Chewy Sourdough Crepes – Traditionally Fermented for Easy Digestion

Crepes are a lovely alternative to pancakes and they can be filled or topped with a huge variety of both sweet and savory fillings and sauces. As much as I love my slow-fermented Sourdough Pancakes, I love crepes even more because of the ease of the recipe! I use sourdough discard for this recipe. Sourdough …

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Bit Of Honey and Almond Fudge – Full of Healthy Fats and Raw Honey Sweetened

Rejoice in the awesome timelessness of honey and almond! Now whipped up together in a satisfying, healthy fudge! Saturated fats have been demonized for too long. Adding an appropriate amount of healthy saturated fats back into your diet can and will improve your overall health. I’m giving you the perfect way to do it. This …

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