3 Ways to Dress Up Scrambled Eggs

The following post is from Kate of Modern Alternative Mama: We like to eat scrambled eggs a lot, especially in the spring.  We buy our eggs from a local farmer, and they're plentiful right now.  If we don't know what's for breakfast (or sometimes, lunch or dinner!), we'll make a pan of scrambled eggs. But plain scrambled…

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This week at BundleoftheWeek.com, add five Kitchen Stewardship ebooks to your library at a fraction of their regular price! Whether you're already a fan of the talented Katie Kimball or just hearing about these ebooks for the first time, this collection of real food ebooks includes not just recipes but plenty of information to empower…

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The 2013 Dirty Dozen & Clean Fifteen Printable Cheat Sheet

The Dirty Dozen is a list published by the Environmental Working Group that prioritizes the fruits and veggies that you should buy organic because of their high levels of pesticide residue. The EWG’s still stresses the importance of eating lots of fruits and veggies — organic or not — but if you can only afford…

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How to Choose the Best Seeds for Your Garden

The following post is from Victoria of Project Homestead: All winter long, gardeners itching to see bare dirt and smell warming soil pore over seed catalogs to dream about the possibilities ahead. But amid our bounty of great seed choices, deciding what to plant can feel, well, daunting. It doesn't have to be. Whether you're starting…

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Letting Go of Food Guilt & Shame {Eat Well, Spend Less}

This month is the two-year anniversary of the Eat Well, Spend Less series! In April of 2011, Jessica from Life as Mom brought together a group of bloggers to share our thoughts on eating well without breaking the budget. With chefs like Shaina and Aimee participating alongside frugalistas like Carrie and Amy and real food…

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Farmer’s Market Season: 5 Tips for Shopping the Market

The following post is from Kate of Modern Alternative Mama: Very soon, it will be farmer's market season.  May opens the market in my area! For awhile, people have touted farmer's markets as "the" place to shop for local foods and get a great deal too.  But farmer's markets have become trendy and also more…

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5 Simple Ways to Reduce Sugar in Your Diet

The following post is from Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free: The typical American eats 120 pounds of white sugar a year. Think about that. That's around 270 cups of white sugar. That's a whole lot of sugar. Most people are shocked when they learn I don't eat white sugar. And, when someone tries to…

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Exploring Food with Your Kids

The following post is from Shaina of Food for My Family and Olmanson Photography: Editor’s note: There are a lot of great posts in the archives here at Life Your Way that don’t get much attention anymore, so I’m sharing a couple of my favorites each week. As the mother of several "picky" children, I…

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Can “Real Foodies” Shop Discount Stores?

The following post is from Kate of Modern Alternative Mama: We all want to save money on groceries.  They're a major expense for any family, especially growing ones.  But when you are committed to "real food" suddenly the game changes.  There are rarely coupons for real food, and they don't sell grass-fed beef at scratch'n'dent-type…

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