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One of my boys recently turned 2.  I decided I wanted a reasonably healthy cake to serve — plus, one of our guests usually tries to eat gluten-free and I wanted to respect that.  I looked up a bunch of recipes online but didn’t see quite what I wanted.  I did a little research but Read More

Lately, I’ve been eating lots of cucumbers. To me, they taste like summer. They’re a light and refreshing snack and their versatility makes them easy to use in all different ways! Slice them and eat them plain. Sprinkle with lemon juice, cayenne pepper, and salt. Dip them in hummus. There are so many options! One Read More

  Potassium Broth is a broth made up of potato skins, carrots, and celery. It is best sipped warm like tea, it will rejuvenate you and speed your recovery after childbirth. Don’t forget to add a tablespoon of whey into each cup, it will help you digest and absorb the potassium and other minerals in the broth. It Read More

image by r.nial.bradshaw I recently asked three different groups of people this question: “If you could cure one health issue or annoying symptom, what would it be?”  In all three groups, the most common answer was headaches.  It seems headaches have become, for many people, just a regular part of the week.  But they don’t Read More

How oftendo you have bananas sitting on your counter turning brown before you can eat them all? Every week? Once a month? For me, I can typically find bananas for around $.39/lb and organic bananas for $.49/lb, so when they are on my list, I pick up a bunch to eat on for the week. Read More

Making my own yogurt was one of the first projects I took on when I adopted a real food diet. I was excited by how easy it was, and how much money I could save that way (we’re big yogurt-eaters around here!). Two years later, yogurt-making is still a regular part of my cooking routine. Read More

Editor’s Note: Jeanne and Abby are the co-creators of O’Mamas. They are two transplanted Montana mamas who became fast friends when their kids collided on the playground.  They’re committed to building happy, healthy, wholesome lives for their families and the world they live in.  They’re passionate about real food and simple living.  You can often find Read More

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