originally posted at Not Dabbling in Normal
Earlier I talked about Why you wouldn’t just eat an egg?, instead of a processed bowl of cereal full of sugar and GMO ingredients. I mentioned that we eat custard for breakfast or snacks and a few people requested recipes. The custard we eat is a […]
The next thing in portable food? Harvard researching have developed an “edible electrostatically charged membrane of natural products to protect your foam, liquid, or emulsion food”. In the article they claim it’s just like an apple, the skin is edible and it protects the fruit inside.
Read all about it here at Food […]
My plate, a simple series where I show you what was on my plate, or maybe in the pan right before it goes on my plate.
Mr Chiots is a hunter, so each year our freezer is filled with loads of venison. This past November, he got four deer for the freezer, a few of […]
Cooking from scratch is the best way to ensure that what you’re eating is as healthy as it can be. I purchase pastured pork from a friend who raises hogs and I get all the pork simply ground, no spices added for sausage. The butcher shop we use will make nitrate free sausage, bacon and […]
When there are only two people living in the house, it can be difficult to eat up all the jams/jellies that get made throughout the canning season. Recipes often yield many pints and you never want to make just one kind of jelly. That means the pantry can quickly get overstocked with a variety of […]
I’m not much of a sweet baker anymore since I’ve been trying to cut sugar out of my diet. That being said, I used to bake cookies on occasion and since I’m never satisfied and continue to try new thing, I came across a few tips & tricks I’d like to share about how to […]
Each day I get a few questions from readers, after spending a lot of time answering questions, often the same ones, I figured a Q&A section on the blog would be beneficial for us all. The comment section always provides a wealth of information as so many readers are more experienced than I am and […]
At the focal point of this movement, and of this film, are the farmers and chefs who are creating a truly sustainable food system. Their collaborative work has resulted in great tasting food and an explosion of consumer awareness about the benefits of eating local.
Attention being paid to the local food movement comes at […]
(originally posted at Not Dabbling in Normal)
I heard the new commercial for Kashi cereal the other day that claimed “More protein than an egg” and I thought to myself “why wouldn’t you just eat an egg?”. After all you’d be eating REAL food, in it’s simplest and most natural form instead of a […]
We’ve been eating solely sourdough for many years here at Chiot’s Run, as we follow the Weston A. Price guidelines of traditional eating. If you’ve never read about sourdough bread and it’s health benfits I’d highly recommend heading over to Real Food Forager to read:
5 Reasons to Make Sourdough Your Only […]
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