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How to Clean a Fish

While the lead photo is a bit misleading, the rest of this post is quite informative. This method is tried, true, and incredibly easy.View full post »

Hibiscus Tea

A few years ago, hibiscus tea (or Jamaica) was a secret drink known only to tea enthusiasts, residents & visitors of theView full post »

Ruby Red Sauerkraut

Ruby red sauerkraut is the swanky alternative that’s sure to impress — especially if you can say that you made it yourself.View full post »

Quinoa in the Rice Cooker!

Quinoa (pronounce keen-wah) is definitely a popular grain these days! It’s naturally gluten-free, 12-18% protein, high inView full post »

Vegan Pasta

Have you priced packaged vegan pasta? It’s outrageous! I can’t believe they charge that much money for flour and water.View full post »

Solacement Oatmeal Bread

Warm, soothing, soft, and fragrant oatmeal bread tops my list of comfort foods. This recipe is exactly where I turn when life has servedView full post »

Vollkornbrot: Hearty Sourdough Rye

In German, this bread would be described as “saftiges” vollkornbrot because it is so moist. This is my favorite whole grainView full post »

Easy Ratatouille Niçoise

When it comes to meals, there should be one hard and fast rule scorched into the handle of every wooden ladle: Stew should never be boringView full post »

Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Pecans

Buttery, flavorful, and visually appealing — Brussels sprouts perfectly compliment any main course dish. Try this recipe. I dare you.View full post »

Swedish Meatballs with Venison

Hand-rolled flavorful meatballs with a light and creamy gravy makes a magical meal.View full post »

Canning and Preserving Milk at Home

Canning milk is not a new concept. Stroll down the aisles of any given supermarket and you’ll be sure to find a shelf full of cannedView full post »

Magic Potato Soup

In just moments (and with seemingly nothing at all), you can produce a soup which is so flavorful and lovely that your guests will beg forView full post »

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