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Traditional Foods: Why Bother?

Traditional Foods: Why Bother? :: Vintage Kids | Modern World

lacto-fermented salsa. kombucha. kimchi. kefir. coconut oil. raw milk. sourdough bread.

oh and cultured butter. lots and lots of it.


my hubbies translation: “hippy food that makes our kitchen look like a science experiment”

my translation: “REAL food, that is packed full of vitamins, enzymes and cultures that aid in digestion and can heal your gut, fill you up, and give you more energy as it cleans out your system.  Read the rest

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Soaked Buttermilk Oatmeal Muffins: The Recipe You’ve Been Waiting For Your Entire Life (Dairy Free Options)

Soaked Buttermilk Oatmeal Muffins (The Recipe You've Been Waiting For You Entire Life...) :: Vintage Kids | Modern World

And no, I’m not exagerating.  These are, hands down, the easiest and most versatile muffins you’ll ever find – plus they incorporate soaking your flour in an acid medium (buttermilk, but there are also variations to this) which, as you Real Foodies out there know, will make Sally Fallon give an approving nod.… Read the rest

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Perpetual Soup (The Easiest Way To Make and Keep Bone Broth)

Perpetual Soup (The Easiest Way To Make and Keep Bone Broth) :: Vintage Kids | Modern World


If you have been reading the blog for long and taken a look at some of our previous meal plans, you’ll see that our family adores soups!  Rather, I adore them because they are so versatile, easy to prepare and you can make them stretch over several meals, making them very economical.… Read the rest

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