Today, I am thrilled to unveil the “Defining GNOWFGLINS” video. My whole family took part in it, including our beloved animals and some of B.’s worms and snakes. We also show off the critters and media of friends near and far, and media from around the net. My twelve-year old daughter A. is the fabulous narrator.
Archives for December 2009
This week for Real Food Quote Monday (RFQM), my quote tells the traditional method for extracting cod liver oil. You will be amazed!
Merry Christmas from our family to yours! This post shares the photo card I’m sending out to family and friends.
God provided the perfect food for body and soul. We pray your Christmas is filled with great joy, love and peace!
This week for Real Food Quote Monday (RFQM), my quote tells the intriguing story of how one woman brought dairy kefir to the Russian people.
It’s full of probiotics, quick and easy to make, and dairy-free! It also brews faster than kombucha (another one of our favorite fermented drinks). Those are just a few of the reasons why water kefir is so special. [by Wardee Harmon]
We love water kefir! It’s better than soda! Not only does it give you all sorts of probiotic goodness, it is not as sweet and doesn’t leave you with a sickly sweet upset stomach. This is definitely a frugal and healthy way to break a soda habit! [by Wardee Harmon]
I wanted a granola recipe that combined the benefits of soaked grains and soaked nuts. Soaking the grains neutralizes phytic acid, a mineral absorption blocker. Soaking the nuts starts the process of germination, de-activating enzyme inhibitors. A raw granola that does this is a highly nutritious and a great source of digestive enzymes!
My friend Julieanne shared this yummy maple sugar cookie recipe with me. I tweaked it to use Rapadura and sprouted flour. We love the wonderful maple flavor, along with the nice crunchy outside and chewy center.