Category Archive: Eating Whole Foods For Health

Mar 05

5 Amazing Herbs To Start Your Own Herb Garden

5 Amazing Herbs To Start Your Own Herb Garden   Hello friends I hope this blog post is finding you all well and good on the journey this evening! Have you ever wanted to grow an herb garden?  I am sure many of you have and I am betting some of you want to but …

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Feb 18

Product Review: Lindley Mills Flour & Karen Lynn’s Cranberry Orange Persimmon Bread Recipe

Product Review: Lindley Mills Flour & Karen Lynn’s Cranberry Orange Persimmon Bread Recipe Hey ya’ll, I know what you must be thinking that I am just obsessed with Persimmons and well it’s true as the Viking in my life had quite a haul of them I have so many to use up plus I love persimmons …

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Feb 21

Why Should I Plant Kohlrabi?

Why Should I plant Kohlrabi? When I mention kohlrabi so many people are like huh? What did you say? kohlrabi what? And this further solidified my excitement to write this post. Kohlrabi is actually very easy for us to grow in Coastal North Carolina we are in gardening zone 8b. I want to share about …

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Feb 15

Butternut Squash-n-Pasta – A Meatless Meal Feature

Karen Lynn’s Butternut Squash-n-Pasta In 2016 I will be adding more meatless meal features!   You will love this recipe and ya’ll know I like to keep things simple and this is another one of those you get to just pile everything into the roasting pan and put the lid on it and forget about …

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Feb 09

Feast Down East – Why We Care & Why You Should Too!

Feast Down East – Why We Care & Why You Should too! As you know we have been involved in local gardening and beekeeping clubs for several years now and I kept hearing references to “Feast Down East” and I really didn’t understand what was this “Feast Down East” organization was all about. Well this year …

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Jan 24

Karen Lynn’s Mostly Mushroom, Bacon & Corn Chowder

Karen Lynn’s Mostly Mushroom, Bacon & Corn Chowder Sigh…January…a lot of the country is covered under snow and ice and i see lots of photos on Facebook of my friends who are literally “snowed in” many of them are baking bread, playing with their kids and pets, and even reading, painting, and organizing.  I know …

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Jan 02

Happy New Year & Campfire Stew

Happy New Year & Campfire Stew Happy New Year to all of our friends on the journey with us! I wish you blessings and abundance for the new year ahead. I wish for you joy and peace for 2016! We have been on a hiatus from the blog and the radio show due to a …

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Nov 15

Mushrooms Not Just Food But Medicine Too: All About Chaga

mushrooms as medicine all about chaga

Mushrooms Not Just Food But Medicine Too: All About Chaga Chaga (Inonotus Obliquus)   It’s another Sunday as we approach the holiday season and I just cannot believe how fast time is flying by. The world is facing such a sad time with all of the recent events encompassing such devastation and with other things …

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Nov 08

Why Super Salads Are My New Thing

Why Super Salads Are My New Thing Happy Sunday Ya’ll! The weeks are flying by as we head towards Thanksgiving in the US and the holiday (click here for 90+ gluten free holiday recipes) season! I guess I should be writing more about the holidays these days but my heart is on eating for good …

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Oct 03

Homemade Pumpkin Bars – Healthy & Gluten-Free

Homemade Pumpkin Bars – Healthy & Gluten Free Happy Saturday everyone! I don’t know about you but I love sleeping in on cooler Saturday mornings but while Hurricane Joaquin was a non event for us here in Coastal North Carolina in terms of winds..it’s just been rain, rain, and more rain and flooding which has …

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