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Monthly Archives: November 2012
If you’ve ever wondered what to do with the chicken meat leftover from cooking bone broth, here’s a super delicious way to use it–season the meat and use it on a chicken taco salad. Top it with shredded cheese, guacamole, … Continue reading
I’ve added two burger restaurants to the Real Food Restaurants page–Elevation Burger and Burger Guys. I’m still not sure these belong on a real food restaurants list, so I welcome your comments about your experiences eating at either one or … Continue reading
The widespread promotion in the U.S. of eating a low-fat diet began many decades ago. Since eating a low-fat diet almost always means eating a high carbohydrate diet, Americans have increased the carbohydrate content of their diet, especially highly refined, … Continue reading
My whole family really loves lamb, and this version of Moroccan stew has some interesting spices that add an exotic taste and aroma to the dish. This is a true traditional dish based on a recipe I found in another … Continue reading
Houston Real Food Nutrition, our new Meetup Group, had its first meeting Saturday, November 3, at the Great Oak School in Tomball, TX. I was really glad to see how interested the attendees were in improving their health through nutrition. … Continue reading
Have you ever pulled something out of the freezer to thaw for dinner and found out when you opened the package it wasn’t what you thought it was? One day I decided it was time for some grassfed beef liver, … Continue reading