Back on Track–Recharged and Ready to Go After the 2014 Wise Traditions Conference

Sally Fallon Morell at the 2014 Wise Traditions Conference

I just got back yesterday from the 2014 Wise Traditions Conference in Indianapolis, and I can’t begin to describe how encouraged and recharged I am. Do your co-workers treat you as if you’re crazy because you want to eat healthy … Continue reading →

Co-op Membership Can Really Help the Budget – Introducing Natural Living Food Co-op

Co-op fruit shares

Update August 8, 2015:  Natural Living has moved to a new location, 219 N. Michigan Ave, League City, and is now open more days each week.  The shop is open Wednesday from 9am-4pm, Thursday from 9am-4pm. Friday from 9am-7pm, and … Continue reading →

Food Freedom is essential for all of us no matter what kind of food we eat!

Raw Milk Freedom

Do you drink raw milk?  Do  you eat pastured meat?  Do you like to get your fruits and vegetables direct from the farm?  Do you want to make your own choices as to which foods you eat? If any of … Continue reading →

Partners in Paleo Excels at Celebration WAPF Dinner

Meeting at Partners in Paleo

Houston Real Food Nutrition met at Partners in Paleo last Saturday to celebrate the upcoming Houston Wise Traditions Conference, March 29-30, with a WAPF (Weston A. Price Foundation) dinner.  Owner/chef Jeanette Pearson outdid herself for this one.  I was expecting … Continue reading →

Houston Real Food Nutrition hosts class on making stocks and broths

Our Houston Real Food Nutrition meetup group hosted another great class Saturday, May 25, where we learned how to make delicious and nourishing stocks and broths using a variety of meats and bones.  Our instructor, Susan Doiron, gave us many … Continue reading →

Meat Stock or Bone Broth – which do you make?

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 →

Fermentation demonstration and paleo dinner at Houston Real Food Nutrition meeting

Our local Meetup group, Houston Real Food Nutrition, had a fantastically successful meeting last night at Partners in Paleo in League City.  Over thirty members and guests attended the event.  Susan Doiron gave an exceptionally thorough demonstration of making fermented … Continue reading →

Grass-fed Beef Tostadas with Guacamole

Beef Tostada

We celebrated New Year’s Eve with a special treat this year.  I fell in love with Mexican food when I moved to Texas many years ago, and although there are lots of Mexican restaurants here in Houston–in fact sometimes it … Continue reading →

Additions to Real Food Restaurants

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 →

What’s for dinner? Surprise mystery meat with squash and tomatoes

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 →