Category Archives: Fats

How to Take Fermented Cod Liver Oil Without Gagging

How to Take Fermented Cod Liver Oil Without Gagging

We’ve taken a shot of fermented cod liver oil every day in our house for the past two years running. Sure, we might miss a few days here and there and we lighten up our intake during the summer, but fermented cod liver has become our main whole food supplement. It took me some timeGet more »

5 Ways Ghee is More Awesome Than Coconut Oil

5 Ways Ghee is More Awesome Than Coconut Oil

I know, I know – everyone out there is crazy for coconut oil. I am too. I absolutely love coconut oil and it truly is a very healthy fat option. However, I love ghee more and here are 5 reasons why. 5 Ways Ghee is More Awesome Than Coconut Oil 1. Higher Smoke Point. Ghee’sGet more »

Homemade Tip Wednesday: How to Make Crispy French Fries

Homemade Tip Wednesday: How to Make Crispy French Fries

I will admit it: I am a sucker for French fries. Isn’t everyone? There are many techniques involved in making a perfectly crisp French fry. I will share how I do it. Yes, you can make mock French fries in the oven to avoid the oil…this post isn’t about that. This post is about deepGet more »

Got Real Milk?

Got Real Milk?

Got Real Milk? I picked up my 3 gallons of raw milk this past weekend and got a nice surprise. One of the gallons we purchased had a full 6 cups of cream on top! I have no idea how we got so lucky! There is nothing else like real milk – not even organic!Get more »

The Easiest Way to Make Odd Bits

The Easiest Way to Make Odd Bits

If you are new to real food cooking, then you may or may not be aware of the fact that we practice nose to tail eating; meaning eating the entire animal. Why? Two reasons: 1) it makes grass fed meat affordable and 2) waste not want not. Just like anything else, you will get economiesGet more »

How to Make Cultured Butter

How to Make Cultured Butter

Making cultured butter from raw milk is actually quite simple. Did you know that milk isn’t the same throughout the year? Milk nutrient quantity is highest in the spring when the cows are able to eat rapidly growing lush green grass after a long winter of eating mostly hay. I have been sourcing raw milkGet more »

Bacon Herb Cream Cheese Dip aka Savory Fat Bomb

Bacon Herb Cream Cheese Dip aka Savory Fat Bomb

Hi everyone! As you know – I have been busy working on my ebook so I have some guest posts from some up and coming blogs for you to check out. Today we have one from DJ who blogs over at DJFoodie. He has an amazing story to share! Not Your Average Ordinary Everyday FatGet more »

Super K2 Smoothie

Super K2 Smoothie

I recently shared a post highlighting a major missing nutrient in our diets, Vitamin K2. So how do I love to get my K2? Pretty much the easiest way is in what I call my Super K2 Smoothie! This smoothie isn’t full of so called ‘superfoods’ like kale, chia or flax seeds, but it isGet more »

The Missing Nutrient – Vitamin K2

The Missing Nutrient – Vitamin K2

The Missing Nutrient Do you remember what launched you into the world of real food? Was it reading Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma or watching Food, Inc and learning where your food really came from? Was it getting your hands on a copy of Nourishing Traditions? Stick with this post because I am goingGet more »

How to Make Flavored Ghee Infusions – 3 Ways

How to Make Flavored Ghee Infusions – 3 Ways

Now that you know how fabulous ghee is and how easy it is to make ghee yourself, here is an easy method to take your ghee to the next level and create three different flavored ghee infusions. These infusions will help you add a punch of flavor to your dishes whether they are sweet orGet more »

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