grass fed beef on a budget | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

Why Eat Grass-Fed Beef?   I know it can be hard to eat grass fed meat when you are on a budget. But what if I showed you how you can easily eat grass fed beef all while saving money? Got your attention? Read on… In her book “Deep Nutrition”, Doctor Catherine Shanahan explains that if you want to eat well, but are on a tight budget, invest your money in quality meat, even over organic produce. She explains, “Organic…

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Our New Cookbook Is Now Available!!    It is here!  Get your copy of Gluten Free & Grain Free Breads, Batters and Doughs Today!  Also included in this cookbook is a baking guide to using almond, coconut, arrowroot, tapioca and quinoa flours.   This is much more than just a cookbook, it is a guide to help you learn how to master gluten free and grain free baking once and for all! I have even included cooking classes!  Come into…

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I’m Getting Excited!   Hey everyone, I am getting super excited to launch my NEW cookbook!  I am not ready yet…but, I am getting there.  I hope to have this book done and completed by the end of next month! I have been working really hard in the kitchen creating super delicious recipes that are totally grain free and gluten free. When I went grain free and gluten free, I knew I would miss out on a lot of my…

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Quinoa Flour’s Bitter & Grassy Taste   Ok, so I have to admit, I have tried time and time again to use quinoa flour and each time I come out completely disappointed! Have you tried quinoa flour only to be disappointed? First, I couldn’t stand the grassy smell of quinoa flour and it carried right over into the dish I was making. Second, I didn’t have success with cooking with it.  It seemed to have a strange texture…strange taste, strange…

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In this post, I am sharing this very informative infographic that explains how we are breeding the nutrition out of food.
Not only does it share how this is happening, but it also gives you steps to find the most nutrient dense food out there.

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Brunch At Graze   This past Saturday morning, I found myself sitting with a cup of french press, anticipating my favorite meal: brunch. I was in Madison, and my seat next to an enormous wall of windows allowed me the perfect opportunity to sit and watch the excitement of the nation’s largest farmer’s market while savoring the delicious offerings of Chef Tory Miller of Graze restaurant. This meal was the conclusion of two exciting and insightful days which I spent…

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Growing and Harvesting Thyme   Yesterday I posted a great post over at Growing Real Food that dives into Growing and Harvesting Thyme.  I am not going to go into that in this post, so if growing thyme interest you please check out that post. Thyme is one of my favorite herbs to grow and I use it often in my kitchen.  It adds so much flavor to any dish! Thyme is so versatile and can be used in stews, stocks, homemade soups, lamb,…

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Picking Strawberries | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

Every year since my girls have been born we have made it to a strawberry patch to pick some fresh strawberries. Well it is that time again, and today we made our annual trip to one of our favorite strawberry farms.

I will say, these are some of the tastiest strawberries that I have ever had and the strawberries are huge this year! We are in for quite a treat!

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Eat Your Colors | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

  Eat Your Vegetables!   Growing up I was always told to “eat your carrots” and “eat your peas.” Little did I know that the benefits of eating color was so nutritional and was an important component to good health. One time, my brother ate so many carrots, his skin even turned orange. Maybe too much of something, isn’t so good after all? Well, one thing I do know to be true, is these lovely fruit and vegetables have powerful…

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How To Prevent Mold From Growing On Organic Berries!

When Berries Go On Sale!    I recently went to the grocery store and was super excited to see that organic berries were on sale.  I mean really check out these amazing prices! Organic Blueberries ~ 2 pkg for $4.00 Organic Raspberries ~ 2 pkg for $4.00 Organic Strawberries ~ 2 pounds for $3.50 So what does this sale mean?  Buy, Buy Buy!!  But before I buy, buy buy, I had to figure out how to prevent mold from growing…

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