After tasting this cast iron sourdough bread I’m not sure I will ever buy bread from the grocery store again.
A couple of months ago a came across an article in Mother Earth Living magazine that inspired me to add sourdough culture to my list. Making your own sourdough starter is so much easier than it sounds and nothing tastes better than a fresh loaf or homemade sourdough bread, straight from the oven.
One thing I started doing was using the scraps from our veggies to make homemade vegetable broth. Vegetable broth is packed full of minerals and nutrients and acts as the base for soups, stews, and sauces.
Cranberry sauce is one of my favorite holiday dishes to eat, and also one of my favorite to make. I love how the cranberries cut through the heaviness of all the other dishes and add a gorgeous pop of color.
Fire cider is a sweet and spicy infused vinegar, pack full of anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.
This traditional folk remedy is terrific to have on hand this time of year for winter wellness support.
Since the weather is starting to cool down, it is the perfect time to pull out the crock pot and whip up some chicken soup. This soup has a handful of herbs and root veggies that are supportive of the body and gives it that earthy feel.
In an attempt to become more frugal and live more sustainably, I’ve started making some of our plant-based milks at home. Homemade plant milks are much cheaper than store bought and healthier too. Check out these recipes for oat, barley, and rice milk.
One of my favorite sauces to add to tacos is this creamy roasted peppers and cilantro sauce. Cilantro and lime are one of my favorite flavor pairings, and I love the kick that the roasted peppers add.
This effortless slow cooker Italian sausage tortellini soup is an absolute favorite in our house. Tortellini can be a bit pricey when feeding a large family, but adding it to soup make a little go a long way, and throwing it in the crockpot saves a lot of time. | PNW Pixie
*This post contains affiliate links. About a year ago I started taking an online herbalism course as a way to take back control of my life. That course introduced me to the art of infused honey, and I have been hooked ever since. As a child, my mom would give us a spoonful of honey and …