Paleo Baking Basics – What You Need to Know

Basics of Paleo Baking | Foodal.com

When following a caveman diet, a.k.a. Paleo which stands for Paleolithic, so many people think of Dino burgers the size of Manhattan, hunting for berries or perhaps if you’re lucky and tall enough to reach them, a fist full of nuts. There is a common misunderstanding that the diet does not include baking or that …

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Spelt: Remedies from the Fields

Spelt - natural remedies from the field | Foodal.com

Related to the wheat plant, spelt is naturally high in fiber, and an excellent source of protein. Because of its rich nutrient content and active ingredients, spelt makes an excellent dietary base for those recovering from illness.

How to Get a Picky Child to Eat Healthy

Grouchy young boy with plate of broccoli.

The daily battle usually begins with my little “angel” around 7 a.m. Droopy-eyed and half asleep, my 6-year-old wanders to the family table, and scoots into his chair. When his head finally lifts from the table and his yawning subsides, the screeches of discontent ring out as inevitably as the deafening chirp of my alarm …

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Seven Benefits of Cooking From Scratch

Preparing food from scratch | Foodal.com

Many of the younger generation have never been taught the skill of cooking from scratch. Younger people eat packaged foods most of the time, indulge in fast foods, are afraid to make mistakes, or simply refuse to learn to cook. This used to be something passed down from mother to daughters or to sons. It …

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Make Your Own Nutritional Baby Food

baby eating water melon

Baby food is just another convenience food- full of added fat, sugar, and sometimes even artificial food colorings and other additives. Take control of what goes into your baby’s diet at various stages of development (and do a favor for your wallet and the environment, too) by making your own baby food at home. Read more on Foodal.

On Bedtime Snacks

Jam on toast with green apple slices | Foodal

Grandmothers and snacks. Let’s reminiscence about our childhood and remember the good times, good things, all connected to food. Journey back with Shanna now.