Traditional Tuesdays


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This week, Dawn from Cultured Mama picked her three favorite links from last week’s round up. It was a tough choice!

First was Homemade Formula vs. Human Donor Milk from Pickle Me Too. Since I am about 4.5 weeks postpartum now, and struggled with supply issues with my first child, this topic has been near and dear to my heart lately, and I loved how Melanie handled such a huge (and sometimes divisive) topic. Fair, balanced, and full of good info!

Next was Better than Bacon Pumpkin Seeds from The Cookie Crumbles This Way. Let’s face it, you had me at “bacon” but this simple recipe sounds SO GOOD, I will have to try it on he raw pumpkin seeds waiting in the pantry.

Last but certainly not least, I was touched and enlightened by The Prairie Homestead’s post, The Hard Part of Homesteading. As a Future Homesteader of America, I know the day will come when it will be required of me to process my own meat. I hope I don’t get so attached that I can never do the deed, but also never so calloused that I do not honor the life that was lived and given.

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  1. Hi,

    Thank you for hosting such a great event! I shared my Mango Milkshake and Mashed Potato and Carrot recipes. Happy Tuesday!

  2. Millie says:

    Hi KerryAnn,
    Thanks for hosting! Today I’m sharing a yummy recipe for red beans. Rajma is a wonderful, somewhat spicy, dish that is a huge hit with my family. http://realfoodforlessmoney.com/red-beans-rajma-style/

  3. City Share says:

    Thanks for hosting. I’m looking forward to reading the other posts. This week I’m sharing a recipe for paprika pork chops.

  4. Amanda Rose says:

    Thanks for hosting! I shared a post on an sardines — their nutrient content, how to shop for them, and cooking ideas.


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