Showing posts from July, 2020

Homemade Gluten-Free Pasta (2 ingredients)

Have you ever had fresh pasta? This recipe is homemade gluten-free pasta with only 2 ingredients. Don't let the dry gluten-free pasta alternatives get you down! These buttery noodles (without the butter) are the real deal. Hearty and just the right amount of chew. Plus, you feel like a kitchen wizard when you twirl the fresh noodles around your hand.  Did I mention only 2 ingredients? If that's not magic, then I don't know what is.  2 ingredients, Mary? Yes, two. All you need is Snacktivist Flour Blend and eggs! I like simple recipes that utilize the freshest and the best ingredients.  Gluten-free products often focus solely on what they can NOT include but not Snacktivist Foods. Here is their mantra: "It is what we put in our products that is exceptional, not what we leave out".  Snacktivist Foods utilizes ancient grains like Idaho grown teff, sorghum, and millet. They are a family owned and run business in my hometown Coeur d'Alene! You can check them out on

A Forager's Library

It is said books are an uniquely portable magic. Books definitely add to the magic that is foraging. It is important as a forager to curate a library that is both invigorating and accessible, informational and inspiring. Fortunately for you, there are many great foraging books to be had! I started a list of great foraging books for you! Feel free to comment with any favorites I've missed.  This blog post may contain affiliate links. And by the way, you can now purchase my Foraging Journal to record all the amazing information you have learned! My absolute favorite (and first) foraging book is Wild Edibles: A Practical Guide to Foraging by Sergei Boutenko. This author has a passion for helping you identify a long list of easily attainable wild edibles. With clear photos and straightforward data, this book is easy to take along or devour over a green smoothie (preferably with chickweed). Some interesting, mostly raw recipes in the back!  My next favorite is Wild Remedies: How to F