Homemade Broth, worth it.

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Blog, Uncategorized |

Good stock is the building block of great winter recipes. Every culture and corner of the world uses fish, meat and vegetable stocks as the foundation for soups, stews, and sauces. Homemade stock and broth is more delicious than anything you can buy in a box. Its easy to make, and once you are in the routine, you will never go back to the store-bought stuff.   Health Benefits   Not only does homemade stock taste better, its health...

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Colbert Nation Campaign to Defeat the Wheat

Posted by on Jan 10, 2013 in Blog |

Do you watch the Colbert Report? If you don’t, you probably should. And in case you missed last night’s episode, Stephen came down hard on one of the world’s most addictive substances – bread. And…he gave us gluten free folks a new mascot! McGnaw the Gluten Free Beaver. McGnaw might not be perfect, but he’ sure a great start. Check it out, linked below. Colbert Report – Thought for Food – Wheat...

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Good Links – The Impact of Meat

Posted by on Jun 28, 2012 in Blog, Good Links |

As most of us know already, the impact of farming meat is far greater than that of growing vegetables and grains for our environment. At Jump Kitchen, we are omnivorous. While we certainly try to cut back on the use of animal products and opt for more nutrient dense foods. That said, I love an occasional grass fed burger off a charcoal grill, lox for breakfast, and a braised pork taco. So its important to be aware of the choices we make and...

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