Seriously, Stop Demonizing Almonds

This is as good and as comprehensive as any piece I’ve read on the California Drought & Agriculture.  KC thanks to Pinch My Salt for sharing. We have seen the real cause of the California drought, and it’s one crunchy inch tall. One gallon of water to grow a single nut? BAN THEM ALL, writes everyone. But almond Read more…

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Ebenezer Foods Review | Brynne, Hungry Girl

Article and review courtesy of Brynne Cramer, Gluten Free Hungry Girl I stumbled upon Ebenezer Foods on Instagram at @EbenezerFoods a while back. Melissa, the founder, has a passion for food that inspired her to create a line of gourmet gluten-free baking mixes. We connected, and she decided to send me some of her products for review. So Read more…

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Happy Friday, You! | Krysten, Health Connoisseur

Article courtesy: Krysten Jorgensen, The Daily Kale Just cause it’s friday. I’m gonna bring you some HEALTHY FOOD-SPIRATION! I have been just a tad mia, so here is a recap of what I’ve been eating and some ideas for ya! alright alright. callllm down. Here ya go I wanted something ‘homey’ tasting but also healthy. So Read more…

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beautiful Super Powers | Chrissy, Superpowered Mama

Article courtesy: Chrissy Kelly, Life with Greyson & Parker   Dear Gap, I hear it all the time, Your boys should be models. I could totally see them in a Gap ad. And I gladly take the compliment and chuckle knowing that just isn’t a possibility. It’s not because they aren’t hauntingly beautiful- because they are. And Read more…

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Tell Me You're Proud | Brynne, Hungry Girl

Article courtesy of Brynne Cramer, Gluten Free Hungry Girl I’ve been debating whether or not to write this post for a while now. I guess I decided to go for it, even though I’m not 100% convinced it’s a good idea as I sit here typing. A little over a week ago, I experienced my Read more…

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the same | Chrissy, Super-Powered Mom

Article courtesy of: Chrissy Kelly, Life with Greyson & Parker I grew up in Missouri. I went to Catholic school. 96% of everyone I knew were white Catholics. That’s who lived in my neighborhoods and went to my schools all the way up to and including college. It was good and safe and close. It Read more…

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