Welcome to Savory Highlights, where we take a look at what’s been happening in the REAL food world. Summer is is full swing, and the garden is starting to give up it’s abundant fruits. Already found my first runaway zucchini. I hope you are all having an amazing summer.
Here are some post from June that you won’t want to miss:
My favorite recipe by far this month was flourless cheesy bread from The Nourished Life.
Can’t find RAW milk where you live? Weed’em and Reap shared some great ideas for what to do when you can’t find raw milk.
More on RAW milk. New studies confirm that RAW milk is a low risk food. Now can the government get off dairy farmers’ backs??
Got an insatiable sweet tooth? Fearless Eating gives his solution to stop sugar cravings.
Love pizza but can’t do grains? Empowered Sustenance shared a yummy looking recipe for grain free pizza crust made with butternut squash.
I love REAL maple syrup. It’s yummy on breakfast pancakes and gives a wonderful sweetness to baked goods. Did you know that a lot of the maple syrup you buy at the store is fake? Oh Lardy! gives the low down on fake maple syrup.
I am not a fan of fake sweeteners. Thank Your Body answers the question: Is Aspartame Dangerous?
I love DIY natural beauty care. Living the Nourished Life gives 4 great recipes for a raw honey facial mask for all skin types.
My teenager hates when I talk about poop. But it’s important to know what normal elimination is. Jules’ Fuel talks about how your poop is a blueprint to your health.
Keeping the lymphatic system moving is crucial to good health and a vital immune system. A great read on the easy self-care practice of dry brushing from Conscious Health.
And finally, a great read from Chris Kresser looking at the Acid-Alkaline Myth. He addresses some of the claims made by supporters of eating an alkaline diet. Love this guy.
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