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Covered in flour and kisses from your littles with the aroma of freshly baked cookies in the air, and the next you’re silently praying that the sitter doesn’t freak out over the chicken feet in your stock pot because you are **this** close to getting away for a date night. Continue ReadingRead More »
Which is to say I don’t. There are some exceptions, though – I adore the salty/crunchy goodness of these rosemary beet chips, and at least a few times a year I crave the unmistakable, earthy tang of beet kvass.
Does it stick out its tongue, cross its eyes and dare you to go beyond PB&J sandwiches? No fear, brave friend, Continue ReadingRead More »
Note from Mommypotamus: More and more schools are going nut-free due to anaphylactic allergies, which can make snacks and lunches tricky for families who are grain-free. Even the potami, who are homeschooled, face this challenge at our once-a-week Classical Conversations meetups. That’s why I’m so excited to share this recipe from my friend Loriel – you can check out more of her delicious ideas at Naturally Loriel. Continue ReadingRead More »
Me? I’d be a villian – the Salt Bandit. Continue ReadingRead More »
If elves have found a way to siphon energy out of you – like gasoline smugglers out of a tank – while you sleep? Are you already wishing for a nap by the time you finish breakfast? Continue ReadingRead More »
They’re both illegal, of course! Not, everywhere, but in Quitman and San Luis Obispo Counties, respectively. (source) And it’s not just armpits – offensive body odor of any kind is outlawed in San Luis Obispo County libraries. Yes, libraries. Continue ReadingRead More »
Or are you looking for a healthy alternative to soft drinks for your kids? Homemade soda pop to the rescue! Not only is it delicious, water kefir is rich in beneficial bacteria that support digestion and healthy immune function.
The best part? It only takes about five-minutes of hands-on time to make, and kids love it. Continue ReadingRead More »