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Category Archives: Food on a budget
Wouldn’t it be great if we could glance at a food on the grocery shelves and know how nutritious it was? We could then spend our food budget on those foods that would give us the most benefit. There is … Continue reading
Good morning! It’s Thursday news time at Real Food Houston. I’ve had my cup of homemade chicken broth and a banana cocoa smoothie for breakfast (today with raw milk and 2 egg yolks), followed by a cup of Dandy Blend … Continue reading
In the U.S. we spend less of our household budget on food than any other county in the world. We only spend about 6.9% of our household income on food. What do other countries spend on food? Here are a … Continue reading
I love beans, especially pinto beans, and home cooked beans are absolutely the best! In fact, if you have only eaten canned or commercially cooked beans in the past, you are in for a real treat if you try these … Continue reading
There is a wonderful resource just south of Houston in League City, Texas! Natural Living Food Co-op, founded by Lisa Piper in 2005, is a complete food co-op. I first met Lisa several years ago when she had a table … Continue reading
I appreciate that food banks help many people who need food to eat, but, as I learned more about nutrition, I realized that almost all of the foods collected and distributed by most food banks are not the nutrient-dense, fresh … Continue reading
If you already cook from Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and have read Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Dr. Weston A. Price and if you follow the websites of The Healthy Home Economist, Dr. Mercola, and GreenMedInfo, you may not … Continue reading
I just read an interesting article by Kim Schuette in the latest Price Pottenger Nutrition Foundation Journal about bone broth, or is it stock? Kim begins by explaining that the French term for stock and broth is fonds de cuisine, … Continue reading
My daughter is a Houston food truck foodie, and today she took me to one that serves REAL FOOD! Yes, REAL FOOD from the Bare Bowls Kitchen food truck. Take a look at that yummy bowl (cup) topped with a freshly poached duck egg. Homemade … Continue reading
Holistic Kid’s post about healthy dinners on a budget caught my eye, and I wanted to share it with you. She has some really good suggestions to fill out a meal without breaking the bank. Her meals include lots of veggies, … Continue reading