Lil’ Suburban Homestead: My Gluten Free Journey (The Hangry Truth!)

My Gluten Free Journey The Hangry Truth - Lil' Suburban Homestead with Karen LynnJuly 17, 2014:  Karen Lynn shares with all of you this week her “Gluten Free/Liberal Paleo” food journey and while she is still new she has gotten to Day 78 at the time of recording this podcast and is hoping to inspire and encourage all of you!  She shares her very truthful and sometimes “Hangry”  journey as she dealt with the white knuckle stage and withdrawal from wheat flour and really removing all refined sugar from her diet.  She also shares the truth that she will sometimes use fast food and certain establishments as a tool to cope and get through this journey.

If you are curious about her food journey and wondering if you can do it!  You can!  Karen Lynn says if she can do it anyone can do it!

Show Resources:

Gluten Free Chocolate Cupcakes with Almond Butter Frosting

Eat Like A Cave Woman

The Cheeky Chick Pea:  A Must For My Pantry

Pass The “Chick Peas” Please

Gluten Free Cauliflower A.K.A. Paleo Pizza

Go To Smoothie (Gluten Free) – Coming Soon!

Have a question or an idea for a show?  Email Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

 

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Table Scraps or Future Meals?

table scraps or future meals? LSH  June 5, 2014:  This week Karen Lynn is going to share with all of you how table scraps or food you might  otherwise put in the compost or send out to your chickens can become delicious future meals for you and   your family.    She shares with you how she makes vegetable stock, summer camp memories, and even  recently saving some vegetables from the crisper.

With Karen Lynn’s strategies you can keep more food on the table for you and your family and more  money back in your wallet to  help you combat the rising meat and shrimp prices as well as other expenses that continue to rise.    Whether you are new to “Frugality” or old hat this show has something for everyone!

Show Resources:

Dehydration In The Pantry – An Ancient Method Of Food Preservation

Don’t Throw That Pumpkin Out!

Stop Looking For Fast Food and Start Looking For Long Food

Information about the Program my friend Katherine participated in is called “Below The Line”.

Questions or Ideas?  Email Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com.