Traditional Tuesdays


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This week’s top picks were chosen by Melanie of Pickle Me too.

First up, Homemade Red Wine Vinegar from Jen’s Natural Kitchen. I’ve been wanting to try this! Homemade vinegar is so much better than the pasteurized store bought stuff. Jen shows us how to do it.

Next, Apricot Prune Glazed Pork Chops from Liberated kitchen, I started drooling when I read the name of this recipe. Had to wipe my chin.

And lastly, It’s Too Hard to Find Real Food from Crunchy Thrifty Cool. Boy do I understand this one. It took me years to figure out where to find all the local real food I now have access too. I’ve made it my mission to make sure people in my area don’t have to have as hard of a time as I do. Crunchy Thrifty Cool gives some great advice for finding local real food in your area.

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  1. Jen @ Jen's Natural Kitchen says:

    Thank you for featuring my homemade red wine vinegar. Today I’m sharing my homemade kombucha.
    have a great week!

  2. Hi!
    Thanks for letting me share my own recipe of helathy, tasty and delicious Nourishing cocoa bars!

    Here’s the link:http://www.momessentials.net/nourishing-cocoa-bars

  3. Happy Tuesday! I’ve shared a recipe for Spinach Pesto Quinoa Salad with Radishes. Hope everyone enjoys! 🙂


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