For those of us in the USA, Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Traditionally, Americans have celebrated the holiday by roasting a turkey. If you
In this article, we are going to learn about lacto-fermentation by making sauerkraut—a very healthful food for this season. In future articles, we will explore
A quick search on the internet for “Thanksgiving side dishes” will yield a plethora of festive holiday recipes. All of which were designed to complement
Back in May, we updated our site with a new coat of paint. Since then, we have been hard at work on updating the desktop recipe book
It’s summer and it’s hot! That means it’s time to give that oven of yours a break! Why heat up your house when there are
Last week we shared a blog post that touched on how to use your freezer to keep inventory of recipe ingredients. This week, we want
Easily importing recipes from the web is one of our favorite things about Plan to Eat. We want to make meal planning easier, and being able to
The ground is frozen. I haven’t thrown a shovel into it in weeks. Anything outdoors is dormant for the Winter. Some growth continues with the
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You know how some kids let loose wails of misery with every scrape, while others will avoid telling their mom about something bothering them physically
In my role as a kids’ cooking teacher at Kids Cook Real Food, my goal is to train children in over 30 basic skills so that
When it comes to learning how to cook, whether you’re a child or an adult, mastering knife skills is truly the key to unlocking the
Now that we’ve talked about theimportance of teaching kids to cook for their future, let’s get down to business with some practical tips about
One morning… …as my two-year-old son and I were rushing out the door, late as usual, he taught me a lesson about parenting that keeps
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