You’ll save money and always have a healthy Whole30, paleo, keto, or AIP side dish when you learn how to make and freeze cauliflower rice!
Save time and money and increase the nutrient density of your foods by keeping a supply of bone broth on hand at all times. Here are 3 ways to freeze bone broth, plus the pros and cons of each method so you can effectively choose the best way to freeze broth for you!
The ancestral tradition of broth-making meets technology! Learn how to make a nourishing Instant Pot Pork Bone Broth. This is truly nose-to-tail eating and saves money and time. Plus, I answer your bone broth FAQs (like how to get broth to gel, what bones are best for broth, and more!)
The inside of your reusable straws may have lots of gunk and smoothie build-up, so make sure you’re keeping them free of mold and food particles. Learn how to clean reusable metal straws in the most effective way and with the best non-toxic cleaner!
Keep your leather boots looking sharp and more water-resistant with this all-natural DIY Boot Wax and Leather Conditioner! This 2-ingredient boot wax is cheap to make, has no chemicals, and works for all types of leather, including shoes, purses, wallets, and car seats!
Reap the benefits of ashwagandha — an amazing adaptogenic herb that can improve mental health, hormone balance, adrenal fatigue, and more — by learning how to make an ashwagandha tincture! This easy herbal how-to saves money, too!
How to make fresh mint sun tea? It’s such an easy and magical process, combining fresh-cut peppermint (any variety is fine), clean water, and pure sunshine. For a keto/low-carb mint sun tea, sweeten with stevia; otherwise, you can use raw honey or drink it plain. It’s amazingly refreshing!
Do you know how to cook a whole chicken in the Instant Pot? If not, I’m going to teach you how! Once you do this as part of your meal prep, you can add the meat to soups, use it for chicken salad or topping salads, have chicken tacos, and more!
Learn how to make no-fail Instant Pot Soft-Boiled Eggs with perfect, runny yolks and no slimy whites! Easier than poaching & cooks in just 2 minutes!
A technically “correct” bone broth is one that, after cooking and cooling, thickens and gels. Like Jello. That lovely gel is a sure sign that your bone broth is the best it can be — full of nourishing, gut-healing gelatin, collagen, minerals, and amino acids. Here are my 6 tips for bone broth that gels every time!