It’s been quite the year for me as a food blogger this year as instead of writing a lot of new cookbooks or material, we worked on nourishing a new child in my womb. What that translated into was mostly helping us all survive as I dealt with morning sickness (that is, all day sickness) and fatigue. I think it was a worthy endeavor. 😉 We are looking forward to meeting our new one sometime in February, most likely.
But despite the fatigue and morning sickness, I’m thrilled at the new content we were able to share with you all this year! Here are some of your favorites according to Google Analytics. I am looking forward to bringing you lots of new content this year!
7 layer Mexican Dip: This grain free, dairy free Mexican Seven layer dip proved to not just be one of our favorite recipes, but also one of yours!
Buckwheat Sandwich Wraps: These gluten-free crepes make wonderful sandwich wraps, and were also one of the top viewed recipes this year!
Top Kitchen Tips
How to make balsamic reduction: This kitchen tip for reducing balsamic reduction was in the top five posts of all time for The Nourishing Gourmet!
How to make water kefir: This step-by-step guides help you learn the simple art of making your own probiotic water kefir! It’s a great substitute for soda.
Top Home Remedy Posts
Our experience using activated charcoal when we had a “stomach bug”: Apparently we aren’t the only ones who use this old remedy!
Why we should use essential oils safely: I love essential oils, but definitely think we should use them carefully, especially if there are infants or children in the household.
Top Recipe Round ups
Creamy Balsamic Vinaigrette and 7 other Nourishing Salad Dressings: This list includes some of my very favorite salad dressing recipes!
14 Easy Dinner Recipes that are Healthy and Frugal: Because you all like easy and frugal too.
Topical Health Articles
10 reasons homemade broth should be part of your diet: I’m a big fan of homemade broths! This post gave just some of the many reasons I enjoy it.
6 ways to maximize iron absorption: As I battle low iron, I came across a lot of important information on iron adsorption.
It’s been a great year! Thanks for being part of it, and I look forward to sharing more with you in the fabulous new year.
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I tried this for the first time, and for some reason, I had to simmer the vinegar for at least 25 (or more) minutes to get the consistency that would “coat my spoon”. My final product tasted like molasses…what did I do wrong? I used 1 cup of vinegar and about 3 tablespoons of maple syrup. :/