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Real Food Chronicles: Jeanne @ Omamas

By | March 10, 2014

image credit by contributing writer Jeanne from O’Mamas When the ladies behind the genius Modern Alternative Mama posted a notice they wanted to explore a day-in-the-life of some of the contributing writers, I didn’t rush out and volunteer immediately. Not that my life isn’t an open book. I mean, I’m a blogger, for goodness sake. But I thought, maybe I’m not Read More

Honey Whole Wheat Cornbread

By | February 26, 2014

  By Robyn, contributing writer With the cold weather and snow we’ve been getting I can’t help but crave warm, comforting soups for dinner.  Typically we have a nice salad with our soup or maybe half a sandwich but every once in a while I crave sweet corn bread slathered with honey butter.   Your Read More

Remembering our Loved Ones with Food {Sourdough Bread Pudding Recipe}

By | December 4, 2013

By Jeanne of O’Mamas, Contributing Writer. I remember so vividly the moment my grandmother (affectionally known as Pidge) gave me her mother’s recipe for bread pudding.  It was October, 2001.  I had broken up with a long-time boyfriend and just moved into a new apartment in Beverly Hills on Peck Drive.  As in Gregory Peck.  One Read More

10 Ways to Use Leftover Cranberry Sauce

By | November 25, 2013

By Robyn, Contributing Writer I love Thanksgiving.  There really isn’t anything better then spending the day with your family cooking and enjoying your favorite foods.  When we decided to switch to a whole food lifestyle eliminating processed foods I was quick to find a way to include all my holiday favorites in a new way.  Read More

Baked Pumpkin Bread{less} Pudding

By | October 22, 2013

By Sarah Nichols, Contributing Writer You know you are a real foodie when you can’t decide if a recipe you just invented should be breakfast or dessert. That’s right! The coconut flour, pumpkin, and eggs in this recipe make it a filling breakfast, but the pumpkin pie seasoning, honey and vanilla give it a dessert-like Read More

Recipe Collection: Honey Oat Bread

By | April 19, 2012

I was trying to think of ways to use up oats the other week, and started to make some oatmeal muffins (you’ll see those eventually, too).  I had some extra oat flour I’d ground and thought, hmm…I should throw it into this bread I’m making.  I wasn’t loving my old standby recipe as much anymore, Read More

DIY Pancake Mix

By | April 14, 2012

As a working mama I need some meals, especially morning meals that are quick and easy to make. It is tempting to reach for a box of pancake mix or shake and pour jugs that make whipping up a pancake breakfast a breeze. Unboxed Instant Pancakes As easy as store box mixes are I wanted Read More

Recipe Collection: Coconut Gingerbread Muffins

By | February 23, 2012

I thought it might be interesting to see if I could use coconut flour to make a type of gingerbread.  Now, I don’t — unfortunately — really like the way coconut flour bakes.  Never have.  But my kids do, and my husband is back on GAPS, so… coconut flour it is.  These muffins are totally Read More

More Sourdough Lessons

By | February 17, 2012

Image by Matthew Fugel My starter is still alive! That’s one thing to be thankful for.  I haven’t ruined my starter yet.  But more than that, it’s becoming increasingly active.  I finally did a little actual research, and figured some things out.  Maybe you’ll be smarter than I was and take my advice without having Read More

Healthy Banana Bread Muffins

By | January 31, 2012

I’m going to go bananas! And not because I have too many bananas! We are super busy starting our business, plus I have to wear all my regular “hats” like being a mother, wife, blogger, etc. In the craziness of it all, I thought I’d share a healthy banana bread recipe. What you need: 2 c Read More

Sourdough: Two Weeks In

By | January 30, 2012

Image by matthewfugel Guess what?  I haven’t ruined my sourdough starter this time!!  In fact, it’s doing pretty well.  See? Are you curious what worked? The Lesson I Learned Yes, stirring in the hooch is definitely the answer.  I still continue to do it to make sure my starter is good.  Now I definitely have “lift” Read More

Sourdough Starter: What NOT to Do

By | January 19, 2012

Image by Matthew Fugel So you know how screw-ups are as good at teaching you as successes, maybe even better?  Well…. Oops. I poured off the hooch for the first two days, so it “sat out” without fermenting properly.  Then I forgot to feed it for a couple days when it was just over a Read More

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