Weekly Link Love

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In making lots of food at home, I have certainly tried my fair share of weird recipes. It’s always nice to know I’m not alone.

Another hilarious “I’m not alone” moment.

When I was waiting 2.5 weeks after my “due date” I seriously thought I would be pregnant forever. FOREVER. Here are some ideas for that time in between.

Odds & Ends

Growing up, my brother was into calligraphy and that meant really cool pens.

Do you buy second hand? I haven’t done a lot of that, but I’m hoping to in the future.

Swimming pool chemicals and washing vegetables, you probably want to know.

Ever wanted to live in a converted school bus, with a family of 6?

Good Eats

If kids like these fermented foods, than you just might too.

We travel a lot, and I struggle with bringing enough food to make it on long flights and in airports without eating plane food. I also love seeing what other people bring with them. So, I loved this.

Because It Feels Good

What do goats and barbies have to do with each other? Bet you’ll never guess.

Paris, open market and photography?! Yes!

What does Gwyneth Paltrow feed her kids and why is she catching flack about it?

Know Your Ingredients

Eating seasonally? This is how you pick spring produce.

I posted this information about canola oil on my Facebook page, but I thought it was good enough to put it here too.

My recipes all include soaked or sprouted flours. I’ve been buying my flour already sprouted (until I can get my own dehydrator and flour mill) but heres a perfect guide for how you can soak already processed wheat flours.

 

Author: Megan

May you be happy. My you be healthy. May you be free from suffering. (Me too!)

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