Wellness Wednesday: Must Have Herbs
Mile 1- Step 1- Real Food Recipes
The Crunchy Trail : Mile 1- Step 1
Wellness Wednesday: Edible Spring Weeds
Wellness Wednesday: The Importance of Vitamin D3
Sore Throat Remedy
Hiking “The Crunchy Trail”: Meeting up with great blogs!
The Crunchy Trail : Mile 1
Quick & Easy Real Food Recipe #1
Last week I promised to TRY to capture some of my recipes and real food ideas as I went along. This week I managed to actually capture 2 entrees, 2 sides, and 1 dessert. YAY ME!! So instead of Wellness Wednesday this week, I will be doing 5 posts…
EDIBLE SPRING WEEDS!! WAIT! DON’T SPRAY THOSE WEEDS! EAT THEM! That’s right, EAT THEM! For this week’s “Wellness Wednesday” we are going to discuss a healthy spring salad made with 4 “weeds”. Like this:Like Loading…
I’ve joined up with The Quinntessential Mommy ‘s “Meet Up Monday”.
I’ve chosen a couple of blogs I thought my “Crunchy Mom” friends might love and posted their links below.
The Frugal Chicken: Great homesteading tips.
The Gluten Free Foodsmith
Alas, I wish I could post more links here, but to keep “Meet up Monday” fair, we only get to link to two links. Therefore you will have to hop on over to The Quinntessential Mommy ‘s page yourself and check out all the other great pages.
Don’t forget to check back daily for new hikes on “The Crunchy Trail”.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope this brightens up your Monday.
So this post will be a link post. I can’t seem to get my recipes together. I don’t have them written down, I simply wing it with the food I have in the house. LoL So I have searched for some easy, quick, “REAL FOOD” recipes to share with…
Beginning in herbs is often overwhelming. It is so far from the norm that is seems alien. However, just 100 or so years ago (maybe less), that wasn’t the case. Back then most grandmothers knew how to use many common herbs for everyday ailments. Doctors were far away, travel…
Ingredients: will make 2 large casserole dishes *4lbs Ground meat (browned with the seasonings, celery, onion, and sweet peppers and drained) *10-12 Potatoes (peeled and cut up) *2 stalks of celery *1 whole Onion *2 cans or 1 bag frozen whole kernel corn *1 large Sweet Peppers (we prefer red,…
K4 has a sore throat and HUGE tonsils. (I won’t gross you out with the graphic pictures, suffice it to say they are nearly touching each other) The herbs pictured above are GREAT throat healers, pain relievers, fever reducers, antiv-virals and antibiotic type herbs. I mixed one spoonful of…
ELDERBERRY: Elderberry is an antiviral, antibiotic and full of antioxidants and vitamins. Study after study has proven elderberry to be an immune booster and virus fighter. Even conventional medical sites have instructions for using elderberry to treat cold, flu, and respiratory illnesses. I have posted 4 great links below. I’ll…
many links to articles about the importance of Vitamin D3 in preventing colds and flu. Also I have included how our family uses Vitamin D3 on a daily basis.
In this part of “The Crunchy Trail” Series, we will look at additives that should be avoided in your food.