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About thecrunchymamachronicles

I'm a woman obsessed with the amazing, everlasting, lavish, never-failing LOVE of the Heavenly Father through Jesus. It's my favorite thing to meditate on and to write about. His expression of love has radically transformed me from a joyless, miserable person to the me who is full of joy and love for others because of my radical identity as the beloved of God. I am devoted to my husband and to gently parenting our three boys with Jesus as my model of the ultimate gentle parent.

Super easy & fast coconut spinach curried shrimp soup

If you are looking for a great low-carb, nutrient-dense cookbook, I highly recommend Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Cookbook. If you like this post, please subscribe to my blog via email or follow me on Twitter.  You can  also … Continue reading

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Choose your own adventure for Paleo-diet-friendly PESTO (recipe)

Recipe for generic Paleo Pesto 1/4 nuts of your choice 1-3 cloves of garlic 1/2 to whole avocado (instead of the traditional Parmesan cheese) one bunch of green herbs with stems mostly cut off (I like cilantro, basil, flat-leafed parsley) … Continue reading

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Re: the Difference between Baking Soda & Baking Powder

From: What Is the Difference Between Baking Soda & Baking Powder? By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D., Guide Baking Powder and baking soda perform similar functions during baking, but they react differently with the other ingredients so you can’t … Continue reading

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My first time rendering tallow

You just cannot find tallow in the stores but, quite frankly, I don’t think that I would buy it from a store because it would undoubtly have some perservatives that I would object to.  I was able to get a … Continue reading

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Super Easy Homemade Yogurt

I’ll show you how easy it is to make homemade yogurt.  I dare call it a fail-proof method.  I have actually never had a failed batch 🙂  We’ll do some taste-testing of easy and fast frozen yogurt, fruit smoothies and … Continue reading

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Can’t go wrong with this…

Take a skillet.  Put it on medium low heat.  Add some olive oil or butter.  Add chopped onion.  Turn heat up a tad.  Set timer for 2 minutes.  Throw some fresh, chopped veggies in as well as some minced garlic.  Put … Continue reading

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I love to cook and I want to help you learn how

Welcome to my new blog,!  I am looking forward to helping you learn to cook tasty, healthy, natural, whole foods!  My food philosophy is that of the Weston A. Price Foundation (  I’ve been on this traditional foods journey … Continue reading

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