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Dark Chocolate Dipped Fudgesicles

These creamy-dreamy, dark chocolate dipped fudgesicles will become your sinfully delicious treat for hot summer days. Don’t let summer pass you by without indulging in this real-food fudgesicle dipped in smooth dark chocolate. The recipe is rich in real fats and sweetened with just a touch of maple syrup. Chocolate lovers rejoice! This real-food fudgesicle …

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Coconut Honey Buttercream Frosting

If you have ever tried my Coconut Butter Fudge, then you know I’m obsessed with the way honey, coconut butter, and real pastured butter whip up into a smooth lofty cream. I’ve actually used my coconut butter fudge as frosting in the past and it works really well. Those musings are what inspired this recipe! …

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Easy Cultured Raw Butter

I hope this becomes my most popular recipe! I’m a huge advocate for real butter being incorporated into every meal. Butter is a nourishing traditional food, full of fat-soluble vitamins and essential fatty acids. The saturated fat in butter also contains cholesterol — one of the most important building blocks for the nervous system, hormones, …

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Buttery Beef Liver Pâté With Rosemary and Thyme

If you want to know how to make beef liver taste like an amazing delicacy, keep reading. Beef liver has a fairly strong flavor that is not appreciated by many modern humans, but it happens to be one of the most nutrient-dense foods you can eat. Our ancestors, in almost every culture around the world, …

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Simple and Nourishing Apple Galette in a Sprouted Whole Wheat Pastry Crust

An apple galette that’s easy enough for a weeknight and rustically beautiful enough for a holiday table. These days I don’t have a lot of extra time for making desserts. That’s probably a good thing. But with the holidays approaching and all the beautiful fresh apples at the market I couldn’t help but whip up …

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Maple Bacon Caramel Corn – Made With Organic Pastured Bacon and Real Maple Syrup

Not to toot my own horn, but I’m pretty sure I just took popcorn to a whole new level of amazing! We turn to popcorn to satisfy our snack craving because it’s easy to control the ingredients and make from scratch. It’s always a great vehicle for healthy fats like butter and coconut oil and it …

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Carrot Cake Waffles With Honey Butter Frosting – Made With Sprouted Whole Wheat

Waffles! Crispy, sweet, and loaded with real pastured butter. What could be better? It just so happens that carrot cake waffles are better! I needed a fun brunch idea for our Spring celebration and I was drawing a blank. I was craving carrot cake but wanted it to be breakfast-y. I thought about making carrot …

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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, 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 that complexity …

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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 versatile! This …

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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 my …

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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 squeamish feeling …

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Sourdough and Sprouted Whole Wheat Waffles – Made With Properly Prepared Grains

Your nourished morning just got a little easier! Everybody loves waffles but not everybody does well on conventional waffle recipes. If you are passionate about proper grain preparation you will love this recipe for sourdough and sprouted whole wheat waffles. Traditional sourdough waffles are really lovely, but they require a bit of planning as 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 content. And it’s made with …

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Parmesan and Sourdough Crusted Chicken Strips – Fried in Traditional Fat

Every so often I get a real hankering for fried chicken strips! Chicken strips are one of those comfort foods that are so crave-able. I used to make them once in a while with panko and vegetable oil (before I knew better). But now that I have completely quit eating vegetable oils and all commercial …

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