In the last few weeks I’ve come across two websites that I think are pretty awesome. So I thought I would share them with you!
First up: RECIpage
You know those days you get bored with what you have been making for the past month and decide things need to change? Or you get something from your local co-op and don’t really know what to do with it? Well, this page is for you. RECIpage is a collection of hundreds of blogger recipes. You can type in anything from a specific blogger, to an ingredient, a method of cooking or a course of food. It is pretty much fantastic – and your eyes will be opened to so many new recipes you won’t know what to do with yourself!
For example, I typed in “blueberry muffins” since we just got some fresh blueberries from our co-op. Then 21 recipes came up on a page and I can browse until I find one I like!
Or I just went more general with searching for “blueberries” and 225 recipes came up! A little overwhelming…but fun to look at.
As you can see…I really like it.
Second up on the websites of note is Get Real 2012.
“This year-long series is for those who have had even the slightest desire to transition your family to whole foods. You may have started, you may have started and quit, you may be completely overwhelmed, not know where to start.”
There is a year long schedule of what to do each month to transition to eating a cleaner and preservative free. There are weekly posts on the months topics. January focuses on cleaning out the pantry and freezer and replacing the foods with better options.
I think this is an awesome idea – for everyone that wants to make small changes this year. You might choose to do it all or choose to do some of it, but it is worth looking in to. Because preservative free is the way to go! As much as you can, at least.
Hope you enjoy these websites as much as I do!