I thought I’d share a few more of these before and after recipe photos with you just to show you the transformation and maybe give you a chuckle, even though it’s kind of embarrassing to show you these. I call myself a food blogger?!!!

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say no to a smart meter

The other day I found out that the so-called “smart meters” were coming to our area. After watching this, now I’m even more convinced that we should say NO WAY to a smart meter…

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It’s that crazy time of the week when you entice us with your links and comments to go check out your blogs and your great REAL FOOD WEDNESDAY tips and ideas! And if you’re a blogger, you’ll draw some good traffic to your site…

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Olea olive oil both

Karl is a friend of mine (and owner of Olea Estates Distribution, Inc., and his organic extra virgin olive oil is like nothing you’ve ever tasted. He tells me that people will come to his table when he’s at a conference and comment on how smooth it is, but they’ll notice a finish with a light bitterness at the back of their throat. He says, “Perfect, that’s just what you’re supposed to experience!”

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Monday coffee

Olympic athlete loves the WAPF, what to give the trick or treaters, help for your thyroid, top 2014 cookbooks, dirty GMO games, and more today, too!

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Clementine

One might think that Clementine was a chapter leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation, except that these stories of her and her incredible French cooking were originally published in 1943! Clementine’s adaptation of her very traditional farm-to-table style cooking to American ways is both inspiring and hilarious, it’s like Julia Child’s “My Life in France” in reverse…

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crock pot twiced baked potatoes recipe

Having Company? Try This Simple Time Saver: Crock Pot Twice Baked Potatoes Recipe, especially if you’re feeding a crowd! I knew I wouldn’t have time to make the traditional twice-baked potatoes…

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truth about desserts-2

Today I’ll share what I believe is the truth about desserts and other cheat foods… Personally, I like to play around with all different types of recipes, including paleo recipes, but as a general rule I eat dairy, grains, and even sweets, *but not a lot*. Here’s my theory as to why I can eat this way with no health issues…

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It’s that crazy time of the week when you entice us with your links and comments to go check out your blogs and your great REAL FOOD WEDNESDAY tips and ideas! And if you’re a blogger, you’ll draw some good traffic to your site…

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what your dentist doesn

WELCOME READER FRIENDS! If you’re not subscribed yet, join thousands of other real foodies who get the latest Kitchen Kop content first! Sign up in the orange box above for the truth on food and health that you won’t hear in the mainstream, plus recipes, giveaways, and occasional parenting and homeschooling articles thrown in, too […]

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Monday coffee

My weekend food flop, a gorgeous view we had all weekend, Kent’s BP check up, wait ’til you hear what’s in a popular breakfast cereal, and more today, too!

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how to stay in shape 2

Today you’ll hear from a fellow blogger, Michelle from Holistic Health to Go, about a mind-blowing concept:  when it comes to exercise, less is better, so we have no excuses, myself included!  She’ll explain how to stay in shape in just 12 minutes a day!  Here’s Michelle… I have always enjoyed exercising and have been […]

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healthnutritionbooks.jpg

Do you love curling up with a good book, too? My favorite relaxing pastime is reading, and today I’m giving you a little peek at some of my top picks — what’s on my nightstand or by my favorite chair at the moment; some foodie related, some not…

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thinking moms

We can’t afford to blindly follow along the mainstream like sheep anymore. If you’re like me, that was what you did at one time — there are many things I’d like to do over, but we can’t look back. Now is the time to say no more. NO. MORE. Let’s rise up and be part of the Thinking Moms’ (or Dads’ or *persons’*) REVOLUTION.

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It’s that crazy time of the week when you entice us with your links and comments to go check out your blogs and your great REAL FOOD WEDNESDAY tips and ideas! And if you’re a blogger, you’ll draw some good traffic to your site…

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