Reviving the blog for a new purpose

March 19, 2014 at 9:03 am Leave a comment

Oh, the good intentions!  Many projects tend to be much more fun for me to start than to continue, and this blog is no exception.  But, I’ve found a new use for it, so I’m picking it back up.  I’ll be using this space to share recipes and information I’ve gathered in the last year or so on my journey toward eating a real foods diet and living a more natural lifestyle free of the chemicals that have become characteristic of modern living.  It’s mostly for some friends who are interested in starting their own journey, but if it’s helpful to others I’ll be honored to share what I’ve learned.

For those of you who are new to the idea of a real or whole foods diet, there is a really great post here that explains what it means.  Basically, real foods are those that are as close to how God made them as possible.  In the words of this post:

Real food is wholesome and nourishing. It is simple, unprocessed, whole food. Real food is pure and unadulterated, sustained yet unchanged by man.

By the way, that post is part of a great intro series Keeper of the Home did on real foods.  Well worth the read!

Stay tuned for more, and hopefully this wont’ become yet another good intention!  If you have specific recipes or information you’d like to see, please let me know!

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