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Honey Sweetened Lemonade

Lemonade is more than just a delicious beverage! The acidity and sweetness are perfect to rehydrate you on a hot day.  You can take this basic lemonade recipe and add some salt to make it even more of an electrolyte replacement. You could also add some fresh berries, cucumber, or mint to add additional flavoring.  …

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How to Make Soup Without a Recipe

I have made a lot of soup in the last seven years. For a long time, I was fine with a simple soup of onions, chicken, stock soup over and over and over…until I wasn’t! I longed for soups that were full of flavors and textures and that were interesting to my body but still …

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A Simple Cabbage Soup Recipe

I love this cabbage soup. Maybe it’s because of my German roots. Cabbage is good for stimulating hydrochloric acid production in your stomach. This is an important first step of food digestion. If your stomach pH is greater than 3 (meaning less acidic) the enzymes that we use to digest protein don’t even get turned …

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GAPS Legal Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin is a winter squash but it contains less sugar than most winter squashes, making it ideal for the GAPS Introduction Diet. Pumpkins are also very easily grown so if you’re a beginner gardener looking for an easy first crop or if you only have a small amount of growing space available. While other winter …

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Creamy Garlic Chicken Soup

This is one of my favorite soups! It’s warm and creamy and so delicious. This soup is easy to make in large or small batches depending on how many servings you need. A small batch requires one small chicken, about 4 lbs, one head of garlic, and one glass baking dish of vegetables. A small …

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Making Your Own Kefir from Milk Kefir Grains

Kefir is a fermented drink made from kefir grains. It’s a bit like a very thin yogurt and has great health benefits! The great news is, like many fermented drinks, kefir is very easy to make on your own! Kefir grains are very sensitive to metal so it is best if you use little to …

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How to Make Sauerkraut – DIY Sauerkraut

Fermented cabbage is very high in vitamin C which is essential for healing a leaky gut. Vitamin C is anti-inflammatory and immune boosting. While good quality sauerkraut can be obtained in most stores now, I still prefer to make my own as I think it tastes the best. I put a lot of love and …

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