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On the Eve of Earth Day

Welcome to Culinary Reformation if you’re just visiting for the first time after its launch! I’m glad you’re here, and please take a look around. ___________________________________________________ It’s my plan to share good resources on Saturday night, while the rest of the week I hope to post original material. Today, on the day before what the […]

Taking Charge of Your Health: Quotations

I’ve come across a number of passages about the woman who cooks in her home being in essence her family’s lay physician. There is much wisdom in them, I believe. Here are a couple of the longer ones: “I am satisfied that the subject [preservation of health] receives far too little attention from Christians in […]

5 Alternatives to Sports Drinks: A Reader Question

I was asked about the benefit of special sports drinks for use surrounding strenuous exercise. This was part of my answer: As for sports drinks, I would not drink Gatorade or anything like it. The reason that sports drinks are recommended is because they contain sugar for a boost of energy and contain electrolytes (sodium, […]

Kitchen Equipment

You don’t need a lineup of special machines to prepare nourishing food, especially if you are pursuing frugality, simplicity, and the use of traditional skills. Kitchen tools that save time and effort are helpful insofar that they don’t horde money that could be spent instead on good quality food. Here are some valuable pieces of […]

Chia-Choco-Coco Pudding

This healthy chocolate pudding recipe from Keeper of the Home looked interesting, and I adapted it in a few ways that I preferred. Also, I’ve been hearing of using creamy avocados as a base for chocolate preparations, and wanted to combine the two. The photo above is how it turned out, and here is the […]

Weston A. Price Foundation

After exhibiting today with our local chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation (photo below), a few things are on my mind. In the Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF), I have found a philosophy that I agree with more than any other prevalent food philosophy I have found. Its ideals of traditional, nourishing diets and […]

Farmers’ Profit

The great thing about farmers markets or buying direct from farmers is that there is no “middle man” who distributes the food and takes a cut of the profit. Farmers are notoriously low paid, so when you buy direct from the farmer, he actually receives the money.

Farmers' Profit

The great thing about farmers markets or buying direct from farmers is that there is no “middle man” who distributes the food and takes a cut of the profit. Farmers are notoriously low paid, so when you buy direct from the farmer, he actually receives the money.

Specific Food Changes: a List

A concise list of specific changes to think about making in your grocery purchases.

Steps toward Healthy Eating

One basic approach toward truly healthful eating is to question mainstream health claims and test them against a respect for God’s creation and a respect for the traditions of history.

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