I know, I know. If I truly loved my family I would only buy and serve organic food. At least that’s what magazines and social media tell us…and the hipsters who randomly get interviewed on the street who couldn’t tell you what the word ‘organic’ even means. Before you throw the rotten, non-organic tomatoes, let me share with you why I don’t always buy organic food.
When I was a little girl, I was starving by the time I got off the bus at 4:40! My packed lunch eaten at 11:45am was hardly enough to last through classroom, gym and recess time. Even if I had packed a snack for later, eating and chewing gum was strictly forbidden on the bus. So I was glad for all the back to school real food snacks my mom kept on hand for quick grabbing.
Pancake mornings were the best because Mom usually had a batch of “cottage cheese” freshly whipped up to dallop on our stacks. We later found out from our German neighbor that the creamy, slightly tart “cottage cheese” we were eating on our pancakes was called quark in her country. Join me in learning how to make raw milk quark cheese.
It’s Christmas in July! Or Black Friday in July. Take advantage of the best Amazon Prime Day deals for the homemaker on July 15th and 16th, 2019! Of course, there’s no way of knowing what will actually be on sale, but here is a list of a few things you may want to keep an eye on for great sales.
Healthy convenience foods are important to have on hand if you intend to make a lifestyle change. By replacing old food habits with convenient new ones, you can set yourself up for success rather than exhausting yourself by having to deliberate what to eat every time you are hungry.