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These books are not for the faint of heart!
One of these days I’ll write a more thorough review on each of them, but for now I’d like to talk about meat. Real meat. The kind that is generally missing from most, if not all, grocery stores.
This just in from Honeyville Grain, where I get my top-quality almond flour:
For a limited time SAVE 10% ON YOUR ENTIRE ONLINE ORDER*.
Sale runs from Monday 10/8/2012 through Friday 10/12/2012.
Simply enter coupon code 1492 during checkout.
Coupon code will not become active until 12:00AM, Monday the 8th.
When I mentioned “coconut (w)rap” to my brother, he misunderstood.
This was one of my top struggles at the beginning of our Strange, New Dietary Journey.
We have two young, growing boys here at the Yankee Homestead. They eat a lot. So does their mom. Unfortunately (or fortunately, in light of our health) most of our old snack stand-bys had gone out the window.
What’s a GF/SF/etc-F mom to do?
Loudoun County peeps, have you been to the Natural Mercantile in Hamilton?
(And even if you don’t reside in LoCo, you may be interested in some of the items we purchase at The Merc. No doubt you can find them online, or at a health food store near you).
It’s my favorite health food store, and here’s why:
As you may recall, my husband hails from Texas.
Did you know that salsa has its own food group there?
We met and married in the Lonestar State, and the first few times Mr. Native Texan traveled north with me, he was quite sad to discover that not all restaurants bring out complimentary chips and salsa while you wait for your food.
Fast forward to our Strange, New Dietary Journey. Imagine me breaking the news to Mr. Native Texan that not only were his favorite brands of salsa NOT gluten-free, I was having trouble finding ANY salsa that met our new gluten-free, sugar-free requirements. I did manage to locate two different salsas that fit the bill, but they tasted terrible. 🙁
Almond flour has been a lifesaver for us here at the Yankee Homestead.
It’s delicious, nutritious and can be used both for baking and cooking.