Traditional Tuesdays


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Every week I enjoy looking through the weekly submissions to the carnival. So we’d like to begin sharing the top three posts from each week. Our top three submissions from last week’s link-up were:

Chocolate Covered Bacon from Melanie at Pickle Me Too. How yummy does that look!?! My husband recently tried chocolate covered bacon for the first time and I need to make some to try out.

How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar from Moss Grown Stone has really easy directions to make your own at home. Who knew it was so easy?

Sauteed Kale with Caramelized Onions from Tessa at The Domestic Diva caught my eye because kale is my favorite vegetable. This recipe looks awesome and it’s one I’ll definitely try out soon.

Finally, How to Second Ferment Kombucha from Lydia at Divine Health has some awesome ideas on how to make your own flavored KTs at home. Kombucha is an amazing drink that should be in every traditional foods home.


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  1. Thanks for hosting this week! I’m sharing a post on Amazon’s Subscribe and Save program in hopes of finding more real food products to order this way.

    I loved Lydia’s post and saved it for reference when I make my next batch of Kombucha. Unfortunately, I just had a bottle explode in the fridge which my dh cleaned up for me. 🙁

  2. Millie says:

    Hi KerryAnn,
    Thanks for hosting!

    Today I’m sharing a recipe and short video for Buttermilk Syrup. This is a wonderful alternative for more costly maple syrup. We love it! http://realfoodforlessmoney.com/new-video-buttermilk-syrup-an-economical-alternative-to-maple-syrup/

  3. Thanks so much for hosting! I shared a Roasted Spaghetti Squash w/ Green Garlic, Brown Butter & Parmesan recipe. The green garlic adds a wonderful, mild, garlic flavor. It’s so yummy! Thanks again.


  4. Jessica says:

    Thanks so much for hosting! I posted my probiotic and enzyme rich salad dressing.


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