Category Archives: Food

Meal Planning

Meal Plan

When I first got married, I was the least imaginative cook ever.  I was not very experienced with cooking and I completely lacked cooking vision.  At the end of the day I wanted to come home and eat, not come home and cook!  My grocery shopping was also uninspired.  I had a wildly limiting budget […]

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Real Food for Travel: What I Packed When Traveling Out of the Country


I am a high maintenance packer.  I am.  If I’m going to be gone, I want to have all of my usual comforts and options.  Now that I’m pregnant again, my usual level of packing maintenance has only increased.  Recently I wrote about what my real food/Weston A. Price diet for pregnancy.  You may have […]

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My Real Food Pregnancy Diet | Part II

My Real Food Pregnancy Diet | Beth Dreyer Photography | How I make the Weston Price Diet for Pregnant Mothers work in real life.

Ok so in part one of this series I shared about how I gradually went from incredulity to confidence that I could actually follow the dietary suggestions that the Weston A. Price Foundation has for pregnant and nursing mothers.  To see what those guidelines are, see part one!  Today I’m going to share about how […]

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My Real Food Pregnancy Diet | Part I

My Real Food Pregnancy Diet | Beth Dreyer Photography

What does a crazy foodie like myself eat during pregnancy, you may ask?  I can just hear you now, “I mean she voluntarily eats liver, and she makes her kids take fermented cod liver oil…”  So what on earth am I eating to up my game, now that I’m pregnant?  Well I will tell you!  […]

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Reversing My Son’s Tooth Decay – With Sample Meal Plans!


One of the hooks that initially drew me towards this crazy “Real Food” Weston A. Price Foundation lifestyle was tooth decay.  Or rather the supposed lack thereof.  The Weston A. Price Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to disseminating the research of nutiritional pioneer, Weston Price, who was a dentist in the early 1900’s.  After […]

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