7 Simple Immune Boosting Solutions

There is a lot of fear and stress spreading around the world at the present time. The World Health Organization (WHO) has just recently declared coronavirus a global pandemic. The last thing we want to do is add to the media hysteria, but we feel it is important to share with our community several simple…

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Dates

Who needs a date? Dates ripen and dry on the tree and the sun crystallizes the natural sugars, this makes dates the only “fresh” dried fruit. Why Eat Dates Dates are sometimes called nature’s candy but aside from their sweet gooeyness dates are also bursting with antioxidants, fiber, potassium, and other essential minerals. How to…

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Veggie Noodles

Veggie Noodles have changed my life! I have been eating gluten-free for 11 years now and gluten-free noodles just don’t cut it, especially when I started being overly sensitive to grains.   Luckily for me, the spiralized veggie craze happened and my recipes with “noodles” have never been more tasty and nutritious. The very first…

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Lemon Tea

We’re all about home remedies at our house. Whenever someone starts feeling a scratchy throat or the fatigue that is soon followed by the common cold we start loading up on lemon tea. I absolutely love it every time my teenagers ask me to make them a mug of lemon tea and better yet when…

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Breakfast Casserole Cups

This is a basic breakfast casserole recipe, made into individual servings.  Try making a veggie version by adding in some sauteed chopped bell peppers and green onions, or fresh diced tomatoes and chopped spinach.  Use your  imagination. . .it’s just an omelet shaped like a muffin!  

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Roasted Chicken and Veggie Stew

The perfect solution to using up leftovers from your holiday turkey or a whole roasted chicken. This is a hearty soup loaded with delightfully roasted veggies that will satisfy and warm you up on a chilly day.

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Grain-Free Granola

I have been making granola every month for 25 of the 27 years that Dr. Jerry and I have been married.  It’s a staple at our house, a necessity that we always have in the pantry.  We even give it to our neighbors at Christmas time! Dr. Jerry probably has granola at least 5 times…

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Essential Spices

Herbs and spices give food layers of flavor, add interest, and even contain medicinal properties. This is my list of essential spices, and herbs too!  I’ve included guidelines for using herbs and spices, general rules for amounts and substitutions, tips for storing them and money saving tips. Although this is certainly not a comprehensive list,…

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Pantry Essentials

Nothing is worse than having a craving for some delicious made from scratch gluten-free muffins only to find that you’re missing the basic ingredients. If the pantry is stocked then the creative possibilities are endless when it comes to eating from scratch. These are the essentials that Tammie likes to have on hand in her…

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Home Cooking: A Family Tradition Out of Reach?

A team of sociologists at North Carolina State University found that for low- and middle-income families in America, making a home-cooked meal is easier said than done. Make sure to sign up for the Nourishing Families Newsletter on the homepage to receive Real Food Fast an ebook full of quick family friendly recipes!

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