Category Archives: Nourishing Food

Indulge in foods that nourish your cells and support your immune system on a daily basis. Learn nourishing foods, herbs, spices, and more that you can easily prepare at home.

5 Reasons to Eat Apple Peel

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Keep Your Skin On I mean…keep the skin on your apple if you want all the nutritional and health  benefits from chomping into your pome fruit. This season, as you go about preparing your apples for your delicious double-crusted pie, apple fritters (yum!),  apple sauce or even preserving apple slices in your dehydrator, break away from your tradition of removing the peel–and… Read more »

How to Quit Coffee and Avoid Painful Caffeine Headache

Herbal Coffee Alternative

Read about the simple strategies I used to kick caffeine by switching to a herbal coffee alternative. It was easier than I thought it would be. And no headaches. Learn how I did it.

How to Make Mocha Latte Coffee That’s Cafe Perfect

Capresso FrothPro Teeccino Latte

It’s Easy to Make the Perfect Latte or Mocha Latte Coffee at Home with the Right Tools Living far from a great café is the perfect incentive to learn to make delicious mocha coffee drinks –cafe-style–  from scratch at home. The only piece of “fancy” equipment I use is the Capresso.

How to Grow Garlic for Beginners

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How to grow garlic at home

Is Fall the Perfect Time to Grow Garlic at Home? Yes and no. The answer is yes–you should plant garlic now if you live in southern zones. But, if you live in northern zones, wait until spring to plant garlic in your garden. (Read more about garden soil here.) Why You Should Learn How to Grow Garlic at Home Because… Read more »

Apple Fritter Bread

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  (This post contains affiliate partner links.) Fond Fritter Memories Apple fritter doughnuts hold memories for me. As a kid living in The Big City, there was a doughnut and coffee shop planted right next to the bus stop–ingenious planning!–where my friends and I spent all our pennies, and sometimes our bus money, on doughnuts. We were high-rollers. Ten cents bought… Read more »