Welcome to Savory Highlights, a post where I feature things that I found interesting throughout the past month. May seems to have blown by quickly. Our garden has been planted, school is almost out for the summer, and I’ve been busy in the kitchen as usual. As always, I am grateful for all the people who share and create such amazing things for us to see and learn from.
FOR YOUR HEALTH:
Robin from Thank Your Body talks about why vegetable oils are unhealthy.
Fearless Eating tells you 3 reasons why you should stop taking probiotics (and start eating fermented foods.)
Real Food RN does a great job highlighting the health benefits of homemade bone broth.
I hear a lot of people complaining of having candida. Empowered Sustenance tells why the candida diet may not be a good choice.
As we march against Monsanto, Girl Meets Nourishment tells us how to avoid GMOs.
Like we didn’t know already…. more evidence that Round-up is making us sick from the Huffington Post.
I love raw milk but I know lots of folks don’t do dairy. Holistic Squid talks about whether milk is good for you or not….
And because I love to hear what he has to say….. Chris Kresser talks about the REAL environmental impact of red meat.
Real Food Recipes:
Do you love creme fraiche? Oh Lardy! has a great recipe for cultured sour cream.
Natural Whole life shares how to make kefir. I make kefir every couple of days with local, raw milk. So much better than store-bought.
I have mastered the art of spatchcocking a chicken . Done 3 so far this month on the BBQ. I have used this amazingly yummy marinade for spatchcock chicken from And Here We Are.
On the lighter side, this sweet sesame lime cabbage salad from the Detoxinista is wonderful. Great side dish to any meal.
And for dessert: Cultured Palate made chocolate covered bananas. These made me smile…..
DIY Made Easy:
Homemade Mommy shares her recipe for homemade sunscreen lotion bars. I actually made these, and they ROCK!!!
Five Little Homesteaders shows her easy 3-Bin Composting System. Don’t throw away those kitchen scraps. Use them in the garden.
Shalom Mama breaks it down on how to save more $$ by creating less waste. Who doesn’t want to reduce your budget?
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