There’s been a lot of hype in the “real food” world lately about bone broth — and with good reason! This nutritious broth is rich in vitamins and minerals that are essential to good health, plus it’s so cheap to make! In the traditional kitchens of yore, broth was used for everything from soups, stews, and sauces. In other words, it was an essential part of life and good health. Unfortunately, once Western medicine came into fashion and promised all sorts of miracles cures, natural remedies that had been used for centuries started falling out of practice. Now, I’m not going to get all sciency on you, but here are just some of the reasons you should incorporate bone broth into your diet: Continue reading
This is the chili recipe my mom has been making for our family since I was a child. Needless to say, it’s my favorite! I’m not a fan of overly saucy or heavy chili, and this recipe hits the spot. It’s hearty and comforting, but not weighed down with a whole bunch of unnecessary ingredients. I usually fix a batch in the crockpot before I leave for work in the morning. The only thing better than coming home to the smell of chili simmering is coming home to a wholesome dinner cooked and ready to go!
If you use lean grass feed/organic ground beef (which I highly suggest), there’s no need to drain it before adding to the crock pot. This recipe is easily doubled, which I recommend you do if feeding more than two people.
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