I know it may seem like an impossible feat to get to the point of making your own broth, but I have a hard time buying organic chickens if I’m not going to use the whole darn thing. So, I roast the chicken (Lemon Thyme Roasted Chicken), eat if for dinner, and throw the leftover bones and stuff into the slow cooker overnight to make and freeze delicious bone broth! Problem solved! It’s also much easier than you think, and will taste phenomenal next time you make a soup or need broth for anything.
Short and sweet little blog post today! Hope it’s useful and let me know if you have any questions! Continue reading “My top ten tips for a successful, real food lifestyle.”
There’s certain things I always have to have on hand……here’s a few ideas for you! And just to add a few grocery tips, I always write my list in order of my journey through the store, I always plan my meals for the next coming week, and have a spiral labeled “grocery list” accessible in my kitchen to jot things down as I think of them (including recipes I’ve been wanting to try)! Also, buy stuff that’s in season to save you money, get the freshest tasting stuff, and try new things.
Roasted vegetables are by far my favorite way to prepare them. It tastes better, it’s super easy, and you can do it to almost any veggie out there! Challenge yourself this new year and try one new veggie a week….I dare ya!
Since switching to a paleo lifestyle over two years ago, I feel like I have had to defend and explain my dietary choices on many occasions. Lately, I’ve had a lot of questions from friends wondering “what’s so bad about grains,” so I thought I would break it down into some simple explanations. Continue reading “What’s the big deal about grains?”
I just thought I would share some of my favorite, essential kitchen tools with you guys that make healthy living easy! Continue reading “A few of my favorite kitchen things….”