Welcome to my monthly link love post, in which I share posts from other real food bloggers that I enjoyed over the last month. If you’ve come across any wonderful posts yourself, please do share them in the comments—there’s so much good stuff out there that I just can’t keep up with all of it on my own!
I’m so happy it’s butternut squash season here in Colorado. I usually roast butternut squash in my oven, but this crock pot butternut squash recipe looks like a great alternative for when you’re busy or need to use your oven for something else.
Speaking of squash, this dairy-free pumpkin fudge recipe looks amazing. I love pumpkin but would never have thought of turning it into fudge. Brilliant!
I struggle with hormonal issues, so I was interested to read how eating raw carrots can work as a PMS remedy. I will have to give this a try.
I enjoyed reading Jacquelyn’s post about her experience with elimination communication. I don’t have kids yet so I can’t say I’ve tried it, but I’m certainly intrigued…
If plums are still in season where you live, try this recipe for homemade plum butter and/or plum fruit leathers. I’m thinking we should order a preserving share of plums from our CSA next year so I can actually try them out!
If you struggle with low body temperature, check out Emily’s post on how to raise body temperature. By eating a tablespoon of coconut oil a day she raised her body temperature by a whole degree in less than a week! I’ll add that to my list of reasons to eat more coconut oil.
Do you wear mascara? Robin’s recipe for homemade mascara looks awesome. It’s totally natural—and I’d be willing to bet that it’s a lot less expensive than buying high-quality commercial mascara.
Finally, check out this real food survival guide for working moms. Even if you’re not a working mom (I’m not), I think this is great advice for anyone looking to fit real food into a limited time budget.
What great posts have you discovered this month?
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