Did November just swoosh by? Wow, how does that happen? One of my favorite pastimes is following other blogs. Here are some of the posts I’ve loved throughout the month. There is always so much to learn!
I’m a huge fan of fermented foods, and I got a few new ideas from Oh Lardy’s post 10 Ways to Use Fermented Foods.
Real Food Eater shares her reasons for not getting a flu shot which I find quite reasonable. What are your thoughts?
I love salmon, so I want to try Ditch the Wheat’s recipe for Lemon Basil Salmon. It sounds easy and delicious.
I cannot find a salad dressing without questionable ingredients, even in the health food store, so I make my own. This recipe for Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing from Little Owl Crunchy Mama will please my husband. I tend to get in a rut making the same thing over and over.
Here’s a recipe I want to try for the upcoming holidays: 3 Ingredient Maple Pecan Candies from Homemade Mommy. It meets my needs perfectly – simple with quality ingredients.
Now that deer hunting season is in full swing, I’ll be cooking a lot of venison. Here’s the first I’ll try: Woodland Venison Stew from And Here We Are.
You’ll chuckle when you read Food With Kid Appeal’s post on using turkey bones to make soup stock. Be careful or you’ll end up signing the turkey carcass oath. Go ahead; sign it. I think you should.
Are calories your main focus when you’re choosing what to eat? Empowered Sustenance has a great post 5 Reasons Calories Don’t Count.
This post is just in time for stress season. Holistic Squid teaches us how to make homemade bath salts. Awwww. Take me away! P.S. This would make a great gift for you-know-who.
And when you are relaxing by the fire with your family this recipe for Honey Caramel Apple Cider from Nourishing Joy will be sure to hit the spot.
I’m determined to make oil cleansing a daily habit because nothing makes my face feel quite as wonderful. My daughter has been more faithful with it than I and she’s seeing marked improvement in her complexion. This is a guest post written by 20 Something Allergies over at Mommypatamus.
It wouldn’t be November without homemade pie, would it? Real Food Suomi shares a wonderful gallery of pies that make me drool!
During cold and flu season who doesn’t need all the help they can get? Whole Green Love has a great recipe for Elderberry Syrup which is an immune booster. This stuff is expensive to buy, so a recipe to make it myself is just what I need.
What are you learning? What are some of your favorite posts from this past month?