lemon balm

2023-09-24T14:41:54-05:00September 24th, 2023|365 Project - 2023, 365 Projects, Food Is Awesome, Lyndsay, My Family, RV Life|

One thing I love about taking on this 365 Project is I feel it better reflects our day to day life instead of just sharing our travel adventures. There’s so much more to us! Our faith, roadschooling, real food and traditional kitchen skills, herbalism, our daily routines, all get a little space here. We’ve been using food as medicine since our 15 year was very sick as a toddler. It’s so powerful and the world of herbs is fascinating to me. One of my favorite herbs with one of my favorite herbal books! Lemon balm is incredibly healing, I make it by the quart! Lemon balm is great for attention and focus, […]

a rainbow for our bellies

2023-08-13T08:05:33-05:00August 13th, 2023|365 Project - 2023, 365 Projects, Food Is Awesome, My Family, RV Life|

Yesterday I posted a rainbow in the sky. Today, a rainbow for our bellies. 🥰 The kids have been begging for Nancy’s Sky Garden but we are currently 1,500 miles away. So today Taryn and I did our best to recreate it. Mango chicken was pretty close. Almond, garlic, ginger dressing not so much but it was still pretty good. All 6 of us cleared our plates so I’m counting it as a win! 

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sourdough baby is back

2023-08-03T07:33:36-05:00August 3rd, 2023|365 Project - 2023, 365 Projects, Food Is Awesome, My Family, Recipes, Traditional Kitchen|

While we have had a pretty traditional kitchen for over 12 years, I didn’t dive in to gluten free sourdough until late last year.  And then I got hurt.  Taryn and Jason took over care of our “dough baby” as Jason lovingly called it.  We use it almost daily, replacing many store bought products.  Gluten free varieties tend to be filled with equally hard to digest ingredients so I was very happy to get rid of a lot of what we were purchasing.  There are so many benefits to eating sourdough! Because it’s fermented, it’s easier to digest and the nutrients are more readily absorbed.  Acquiring more of these essential nutrients […]

365 Project: Fajita week

2020-02-17T22:33:16-06:00February 17th, 2020|365 Projects, 366 - 2020, Food Is Awesome, My Family, Recipes, RV Life|

blackstone grill fajitas

Fajita week should totally be a thing.  This is the 2nd time we have had fajitas in the last week and we totally cooked enough for tonight plus at least 2 more meals.  That brings our fajita consumption to 4 meals lol.  Don’t judge, they are soooooo good cooked on our blackstone grill  with lime, onions and green, red, yellow and orange peppers.  Served with avocado, black beans, violife vegan cheese on warm siete brand tortillas.  Yum!

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