Tag Archive: 25 Days of Nourishing Traditions

Recipe: Sauteed Apples

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You guys. Got some apples? And cream? If you don’t, get some. You HAVE to try this. It’s even more delicious than it looks, and it’s incredibly easy and healthy too! Sautéed Apples is found on page 540 of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon.   Ingredients…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Potato Cheese

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  Not to be confused with cheesy potatoes, Potato Cheese is a fermented food that is probably unlike any potato dish you’ve ever had! Potato Cheese is found on page 102 of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon. Click HERE to enter to win TWO copies of the book…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Ginger Tea

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  This tea is a great help for an upset tummy, whether for pregnant moms or anyone having a bit of digestive trouble. Ginger is also an effective anti-inflammatory and can even alleviate pain and stiffness! Ginger Tea is found on page 594 of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Fruit Spice Muffins

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   Fruit Spice Muffins is a variation of “Basic Muffins,” found on page 482 of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon. Click HERE to enter to win TWO copies of the book in our 25 Days of Nourishing Traditions Giveaway! Ingredients 3 cups freshly ground spelt kamut or whole wheat flour 2…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Fermented Fish Sauce

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  Many of you are already familiar with this infamous jar of mystery glop I posted on Facebook several weeks ago: This laughably gross-looking concoction is actually my attempt to make Sally’s recipe for traditional fish sauce. You’ll just have to read on to see how it turned out! Fermented Fish Sauce is found on…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Fruit Custard Cake

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As I was cutting up my fruit in preparation for this treat today, Pre-Husband asked me what I was making. “A fruit custard cake!” I told him. *gasp!* “Oh nooo! Not a FRUIT CAKE!” (image credit) No, no. This is not that kind of fruit cake! This is actually clafoutis — a traditional french dessert…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Roast Chicken

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This is such a great, simple way to add great flavor to a basic roast chicken! The recipe is found on page 280 of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon.   Click HERE to enter to win TWO copies of the book in our 25 Days of Nourishing Traditions Giveaway!…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Breaded Chicken Breasts

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Sally says this simple comfort food is a great alternative for the deep fried version. She also suggests that the leftovers make great lunches to send the kids off with — or in my case, a Pre-Husband! Breaded Chicken Breasts is found on page 284-285 of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Breaded Whitefish

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What a tasty, simple way to prepare fish! You can use any white fish for this recipe, but I used mahi. Living in Hawaii, Mahi Mahi is plentiful, much more so than turbot or whitting! Breaded Whitefish is found on page 262 of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by…

25 Days of Nourishing Traditions: Carrots Vichy

  When I saw this recipe for carrots with nothing else but butter and honey in the ingredient list (well, plus water and salt), I knew I had to try it! Honey and butter is like my ultimate favorite flavor combo. There’s nothing better than carmelized honey butter over fresh popcorn, or honey and butter…