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4 Health Benefits of Cooking at Home

4 Health Benefits of Cooking at Home

Cassandra & Adam founded Broth Baby with many nutritional goals in mind. Tops on their list was creating a product that would help people reconnect with their kitchens and cook more meals at home. In fact, Cassandra’s main takeaway from nutrition school was that cooking at home is the single greatest gateway to health. It puts the control of your own nutrition back in your hands - who doesn’t want that? Of course, it never hurts to remind ourselves why that is. With that in mind, here are our four main benefits of cooking at home: 1. FRESHNESS  Home cooks consume less chemical...

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Quick and Easy Fermented Vegetables

Quick and Easy Fermented Vegetables

Often times my eyes are bigger than my stomach when it comes to all the beautiful produce at our local bay area farmers markets. When you notice that you might not get to all of the veggies in your fridge before it's too late, a great way to preserve them (and get an extra bang for your buck!) is to ferment them.  It may sound like a daunting project, and another thing to keep any eye on and babysit during the week, but seriously, it probably takes a total of 15 minutes of actual "work" to reap the reward of creating...

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SWEET CORN CHOWDER WITH GROUND PORK

After getting 10 ears of corn in a bargain deal at the farmers market, it was inevitable that I learn to make corn chowder. Truthfully this was my first crack at it, and I think it came out pretty darn well! It’s savory, creamy, and light enough for a late summer dinner, packed with protein, veggies and fresh herbs. By accident, it is also gluten, dairy, and grain free. Ah summer corn. So tasty and delicious, yet clouded by many claims of irrelevant nutrient content. I beg to differ! You know what has an irrelevant amount of nutrients? All the...

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SUMMER SQUASH AND CREME FRAICHE SOUP

Summer is easily my favorite season. I can never get enough of the warm, sunny days spent outside, a renewed sense of energy and of course, the produce. If you’ve been to the farmers markets lately, you know what I mean. From beautiful heirloom squash to massive, tricolor tomatoes and stone fruit varietals for days. It’s a sight to behold.

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