Mondays With Millie: Let’s Talk About Produce

For the last several weeks we have been discussing how to transition to real food in 8 easy steps. We are on the home stretch and up to step 7 which is all about produce. I believe that many times when people begin thinking about…

GNOWFGLINS eCourse Review 3: Fundamentals I, Soaking Whole Grains, Nuts and Seeds

Hi folks! Today, we’re getting into the nitty-gritty of the GNOWFGLINS Fundamentals I eCourse. In this lesson, Wardeh teaches us some hands-on methods to get the most nutrition out of grains, nuts, and seeds. For those already conversant with soaking methods, this might not be…

GNOWFGLINS eCourse Review 2: Fundamentals I, The GNOWFGLINS Foundation

This is the second in the GNOWFGLINS ecourse review. I’ll be reviewing each ecourse as I go through it, sharing my thoughts and opinions, and going over how useful each course is. Fundamentals I – Lesson 1: The GNOWFGLINS Foundation This lesson discusses the GNOWFGLINS…

GNOWFGLINS eCourse Review 1: Fundamentals I, Getting Started

Are you ready to peek inside the GNOWFGLINS ecourses? I’m totally fired up to show you! Let’s me get this right out of the way: I am no kitchen genius; I need all the help I can get. While I can modify recipes to suit…

Upcoming Review Series: GNOWFGLINS eCourses

Howdy Folks! Some of you are already familiar with the fantastic ecourse series offered by Wardeh Harmon of GNOWFGLINS (g-NOWF-glinz.) However, I bet not all of you have taken the leap and purchased a subscription to them. Perhaps you’re uncertain if it’s worth the cost of enrollment…

Post photos of your compost pile!

As spring arrives, some of us become obsessed with Gardening Plans. Successful gardening’s foundation is good soil – soil teeming with nutrients, microbial life, worms, moisture, minerals, decaying organic matter, you name it! Having a compost pile helps us maintain our nutrient-rich soil with a…

Meal-Planning – A Chef’s View

One of our favorite customers, Pantry Paratus, put up a blog post this week called “Chef Nancy: Menu Planning and Weston A. Price Foundation” we felt warranted special attention.

White Carpet, White Kitchen Sink? Really?

Judging by a few elements of our home, I can only assume the previous owners enjoyed cleaning. Where there isn’t hardwood flooring, there is white carpet. Also, our kitchen sink is white (well, sometimes.) Prior to purchasing the house, I remember looking at the carpeting…

Mondays with Millie

This week marks an exciting addition to Black Chicken Host’s blogging week – Mondays with Millie, featuring the author of Real Food for Less Money, one of my favorite food websites. Millie’s expertise with creating healthy, nutrient-dense foods on a budget is vast and impressive, and…