Do you ever have those recipes you love and one day they just up and disappear on you, all before you remembered to save it in case such a thing occurs? There was this awesome hibiscus and strawberry infused water I saw Jamie Oliver make on a video once, and for the life of me, […]
This week, Dairy-Free State turned 2 years old. It’s been a fun couple of years and I’m looking forward to many more with much more growth on the horizon. In 2014, my site received over 16,000 visits and almost 22,000 pageviews. Visitors almost doubled from 2013. I’m hoping to continue this growth into 2015, and […]
The Polar Vortex is definitely moving back in. Well, technically, I guess it never left. That weird fog in the summer was a result of our lingering frosty friend.
Long time, no post! It’s been a while since my last entry, but with a performance ending and the semester winding down, my time has opened up a bit. I can see the end of my first semester back at school, and Thanksgiving break is right around the corner. I’ve learned so much but I’ve […]
Ahh, wedding season. That time of the year when we spend tons of dough, wear potentially unflattering dresses, and consume copious amounts of alcohol in honor of love.
That bread better be whole-grain. If it isn’t, I can’t eat it this week. For our week 8, the mini-challenge is to only eat 100% whole grains. Once again, I think this is going to be a pretty easy week. We eat sprouted bread every day, but I think I’ll even investigate that to make […]
Hello, any loyal readers this humble little blog has! I’m so sorry for the recent “off the air” time you’ve experienced. Trust me, it’s all for good reason. I recently started back at school and have been getting the hang of the “having it all” kind of life. Turns out, school is pretty demanding.
This past week, we took on the challenge of drinking only real beverages for the week – this meant only coffee, tea, water, one glass of juice and the occasional wine.The challenge definitely went better for me than it did for my fiance.
In July, I was in Door County for a weekend, and I knew before I left that I’d have to go cherry picking. Door County tart cherries are the best in the world (I don’t have a study that determines that, but they must be) and I wanted to go to one of those pick-your-own […]
If you haven’t already noticed, I got really into canning this summer. I have a few more projects to post, one of which is coming up tomorrow, but I wanted to make sure I plugged a product I really love before I forget.