Onward and upward with our GAPS series! Today, I am going to talk about the overall goals and differences between the 2 phases of the GAPS Diet. [by Wardee Harmon]
Archives for June 2012
I have so many things to tell you that I’m going to combine them into this one “catch up” post! What about? Oh… just a new class for Real Food Kids, a free webinar for Real Food Kids, a survey for Real Food Kids, plus site changes and customer news. Whew!
We’re featuring strawberries in our bi-weekly Seasonal Recipe Round-Up. In this post, you’ll learn all about them and how to store and prepare them, plus I’ll share three recipes. Then, it is your turn to add your recipes and tips to the comments.
When I knew we were going to talk about strawberries in this week’s Seasonal Recipe Round-Up, I asked my friend Marilynn Beard (from Just Making Noise) if I could share one of her ice cream recipes. She is the nourishing ice cream queen and has in fact written the book on it — Just Making Ice Cream.
Have you heard of the GAPS Diet? For many reasons, people find GAPS overwhelming, irrelevant, or unapproachable. Today, I’d like to demystify it. This is a “big picture” kind of post. I want you to grasp its vast implications without being overwhelmed by fine details. [by Wardee Harmon]
We’re heading down home… to your farms! Urban, suburban, or rural — whatever you’re growing and doing, we want to see it. Today’s featured farm is Millview Farms in Ontario, Canada. Marie, her husband, and son farm full time, raising free-range, pastured meat and eggs. They have a beautiful farm and a blessed life.
I took a pretty quick trip to Arizona Sunday through Wednesday. I was there to get help with a back-end software switch, but a true highlight was an evening spent with friends and members. I’m so, so touched that all these special friends came to meet me! Thank you for making my trip special and extending such a warm welcome. I’m so grateful and hope I get to see you again sometime. God bless you!
It’s been a week now, so I think I can talk about it. I don’t have my Jersey milk cow Gracie any more. I sold her. I spent the last week feeling really sick about it, just a pit in my stomach. Let me tell you the story.
This is a simple recipe for delicious, tender, young asparagus. We love it! Plus we can use up abundant spring cream. 🙂 As I’m sooooo out the door to homeschool testing, I’m going to leave my introduction at that. Take my word for it, you’ll love this dish!