Making homemade apple cider vinegar is SUPER simple – it just takes a few apple cores and a bit of patience.
If you’re wanting healthy options for your St. Patrick’s Day festivities this year, here’s a list of recipes to enjoy the day to the fullest.
These SWEET chickpea-based dips (aka “hummus”) will not only provide excellent protein and minerals, but will delight the tastebuds of pretty much anyone, making them perfect for dipping with apples, bananas, or strawberries and are lovely as an appetizer for holiday get-togethers, an after-school snack, or a healthy school lunch.
Whether you’re packing a lunch to go or preparing lunch to eat at home, midday meals tend to necessitate the need for quick, tidy, and portable food. Fermented foods are one of the best ways to pack a nutritional punch in any meal.
These homemade fruit on the bottom yogurt cups are simple, frugal, healthy, eco-friendly, customizable, and kids can even make them all by themselves! Homemade yogurt cups are the way to go for any busy, healthy family.
Dosas are a lentil-based wrap-style flatbread that is delicious whether you’re scooping up curried potatoes or munching on it all alone. It’s an excellent bread substitute in a gluten-free diet as well!
This fig butter is unlike any you’ve known – and it’s easier, tastier, and healthier too! If you love Fig Newtons, you’ll swoon for this simple version.
Homemade string cheese is an easy, fun treat to pop in your child’s healthy school lunch. With this sneaky shortcut, you can make homemade string cheese at a fraction of the cost of the store-bought versions AND avoid most fillers and additives!
It’s asparagus season, and when your kitchen overflows with asparagus (or you just happen to like pickles), this is a delicious way to preserve your asparagus and enjoy the probiotic health benefits.
Sourdough stollen is one of the delights of the Christmas season – especially when served warm on Christmas morning!
Saffron buns are the traditional sweet roll served on Santa Lucia Day, a Swedish celebration of light on one of the darkest days of the year. This sourdough dough is soft and gorgeous and can be enjoyed anytime!
There’s cranberry sauce — and then there’s Cranberry Sauce. For many of us, the memory of the firm, jellied cranberry sauce that delightfully schlopped out of the can on Thanksgiving sets the stage for what is considered “real” cranberry sauce. But what a far cry from “real” it is…. It wasn’t until I was…
Fermented and cultured foods are boons to vibrant health – so here are 101 creative recipes to inspire you to eat at least one cultured food a day!
Homemade fish sauce is brimming with flavor and beneficial probiotics for your gut. Use this homemade fish sauce in your next batch of soup or Pad Thai for a flavor revolution!
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sourdough Pancakes are a yummy twist on the classic sandwich – made even yummier with tangy sourdough!
Kombucha makes a surprisingly lovely – and healthful – addition to many cocktails. Here is our take on the ever-popular Cosmopolitan.
Sourdough English muffins are the easiest sourdough project I’ve found yet! They require no oven, are especially yummy when toasted, and are a new favorite at our Saturday brunch table.
Lox – the succulent, melt-in-your-mouth salmon treat that is popularly served on top of cream cheese and bagels – is easier to make at home than you might think!
These sourdough reuben buns make the delicious satisfaction of the beloved Reuben sandwich transportable, perfect for school lunches, hikes, and day trips!
Corning is an excellent (and delicious) way to prepare firm meats like beef tongue. And horseradish and beef are a match made in heaven. Oh, my!
This scrumptious sourdough carrot cake is moist, just slightly sweet, and very celebratory. The sourdough makes the flour more easily digestible without any sour taste.
A more nourishing version of Dutch oliebollen, the treat no New Year’s celebration should be without!
Ever wondered how to make goat milk sour cream? We’ve got a little trick for you that makes it super-simple and takes only 1-2 minutes.
These healthy holiday recipes will give nourishment and inspiration as you gather with family and friends to celebrate the best reasons for the season.