Traditional Tuesdays


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  1. I also shared a recipe for iron inhibitors in food from my iron site.

  2. Good Morning KerryAnn! This week I’m continuing my Real Food Economics 101 series with The Real Food Lifestyle Costs Less, an overview of ways we save money just by eating real food. Also, Are Whole Grain Flours Traditional? Click thru to find out 🙂

  3. amber says:

    Hello and thank you for hosting.

    This week I am sharing…

    (1) Raw Cauliflower Apricot Curry Salad


    (2) Nutrient Dense Berry Beet Smoothie


    (3) Ginger Lemon Cookie Chews (Vegan, Grain Free, Low Glycemic)


    Have a great week

    Be Well,

  4. Thanks for hosting! A nice mix of recipes and articles this week. I can’t wait to read the one on whole grain flours. My dh and I have been talking about wheat and the Paleo diet, and figuring out what would work with our family.

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