1/4 -1/2 cup balsamic vinaigrette [ simple truth organic is great because it’s a tasty aged balsamic vinegar with honey and mustard] 2 TB low sodium soy sauce 5-8 cloves garlic …Read More
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Storing your food properly will save you money in the long run. You’ll drastically cut down on food spoiling, your groceries will last longer, and you’ll save money on plastic …Read More
Sweet, delicious, and versatile is a perfect way to look at berry compote. No matter the types of berries you use this recipe serves a doorway to infinite possible combinations of enjoyment. It’s a versatile topping to a wide variety of breakfast and dessert foods.
In Part 1 of Budgeting, the ideology and importance of budgeting out income for food and healthy living was the main focus. Now budgeting skills aren’t just great for saving …Read More
Waffles are delicious, filling, and more importantly easy to make. It only takes a few minutes to eat a delectable homemade waffle. Nothing else leaves the stomach more satisfied than this breakfast classic.
This simple recipe is better than any butternut squash soup you’ll eat at any restaurant; and you’ll be able to enjoy it in the comfort of your own home. The hearty and savory flavors are guaranteed to keep you warm during those chilly nights of the year. Butternut squash soup just became a new comfort food.
Ingredients: 1 12 oz package cherry tomatoes (halved and/or quartered) or 4-5 plum or roma tomatoes (diced) 1 tsp black pepper ½ tsp salt [ground Himalayan Pink] 2-3 TB olive oil …Read More
Nothing out there tops this all time favorite. It’s perfect for holidays, when you’re homesick, or if your just craving this delicious, nutritious, and easy meal. Don’t miss out on a new personal and family favorite.
It doesn’t matter if your making soups, stews, chili, and even seitan. Having a delicious veggie broth on deck will transform any dish. The veggies can be used for amazing leftover dishes and the broth can be stored in the freezer for months. Don’t miss out on this versatile staple.
Ingredients: 2 ½ cups cornmeal 1 ½ cups white flour or brown rice flour (gluten free) 2 TB baking powder 1 tsp salt [ground Himalayan Pink] 2 cups unsweetened original almond …Read More
Steel cut oats are getting prescribed to many gluten-free individuals as a perfect breakfast meal. This extremely nutritious, hearty, filling, and versatile food is perfect for any desired taste. This is the type of grain you can buy in bulk, save on cash, and provide you with an abundance of energy throughout the day.
Butternut squash is already known to be a versatile food, and with a few spices this simple squash can be transformed into a worldwide favorite. The flavors of cumin and fennel combine to electrify the taste buds with savory flavors.