Megh @Yolks, Kefir, and Gristle is back! We’ve missed her posts here on Freaky Friday. This one is a nostalgic look at Lysol advertisements and its rather appalling suggestions as to where it should be used. Wow, just wow.
Genius! This is a GAPS friendly recipe for hash browns without the potatoes! It comes to us from Caroline @My Gutsy. Thanks for the great tip. I think I am going to have to add this to my ‘to make’ list! It actually sounds way tastier than regular hash browns too!
France @Beyond the Peel always has great recipes! Last week she posted these apricot bars that I have been dreaming about (no joke . . dreamed about them!) She also has a great real food cookbook for sale that you should consider buying. She is incredibly creative and smart about making the real food lifestyle work. Thanks France!
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