How To Make Easy Organic Tuna Sandwiches For Kid’s School Lunches

Do you like tuna? Growing up I loved to eat tuna melts. Warm, cheesy, and delicious, and also packed with omega 3’s, wild caught tuna is an excellent way to send your family off for the day. Here’s a recipe for delicious organic tuna that kids and adults alike will love. Enjoy! Ingredients: 2 cans wild caught tuna (such as the Wild Planet brand, which I get from Costco) 1/2 cup (to taste, to texture really) organic mayonnaise, such as the Primal Kitchen brand 2 tablespoon organic mustard, such as the Annie’s Organic brand (less if you like less of…

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Easy Organic Apple Cobbler For the Fourth!

When I was growing up, we used to go on the roof of our church and watch the fireworks for the Fourth of July. I love Fourth of July and it’s so fun to have special treats on this special holiday of our country’s founding. On this beloved holiday, may we keep in mind these powerful and poignant words from Abraham Lincoln: “that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” Enjoy this time of celebrating true Freedom, together with…

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How To Make Raw Ice Cream In Your Blender

  Do you know what that is? In the picture? It’s organic raw milk frozen into ice cube trays. And it makes YUMMY ice cream in your blender! Here’s how to do it: (This recipe was given to me by my milk farmer’s wife, Jane, she is the very best!) Blender Ice Cream 4 cups organic raw milk frozen into ice cube trays 1 cup organic raw whole milk cream 1 cup organic coconut sugar or Rapadura 1 tablespoon organic vanilla extract 3-4 organic egg yolks In a VitaMix or other high powered blender, add the cream and sugar and…

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Grandma’s Meatloaf

  Are you one of those people who loves meatloaf? I am, and consider it one of the ultimate comfort foods. That may be because my favorite recipe comes from Martha Stewart and my Grandma, who topped it with a delicious ketchup glaze…oh mmm…. Makes me want a piece right now with some fluffy organic homemade mashed potatoes, and a glass of organic raw milk! I’m so hungry I won’t waste any time in getting you this scrumptious recipe that your family is sure to love! Grandma’s Meatloaf (Adapted from my own Grandmother’s recipe as well as the Martha Stewart…

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How To Make Sprouted Flour

  Hello and happy Tuesday! How is your weather? We had a big snowstorm last weekend and could get more this afternoon- oh my, what a way to begin March! The cold weather has had me inside, and I’ve been doing some baking to keep our family happy! Today I wanted to show you step by step just how easy it is to make sprouted flour for nutritious desserts, snacks, and more for your family. It’s not as difficult as you might think, and the benefits are numerous! Before we start- here’s a few quick reasons why it’s important to…

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Recipe for Cold & Flu Bustin’, Soul Soothing Chicken Stock

  Hello and happy Thursday to you! It’s that time of year again, isn’t it? Cold season, and….with it, cold & FLU season. Yukkk! In my house, I launch an all out assault against cold & flu, and do lots of extra things to make up for the lack of sunshine. You’ll be able to read about a lot of these in an upcoming eBook I have on keeping healthy during this season of heightened sickness, but for today, I wanted to share with you a super easy recipe for homemade chicken stock, which goes a LONG way toward health…

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