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Since receiving my online book order from Chapters, I have made two batches of fermented foods by following the Wild Fermentation book.  The first was a small batch of sauerkraut using good old green cabbage.  It went so well after only a week that we had to get more produce (green cabbage, red cabbage, rutabaga, & beets) for a second batch.  The second batch jars are still fermenting (one week in), but I might let it go for 2 weeks before tasting to see if an extra week makes a good / noticeable difference.  I also made sure to pickup some wide-mouth mason jars, which make caring for the veggies much easier than the regular jars.

The Practical Paleo book is a fantastic intro book, I highly recommend it as an initial book to read for its easy to understand approach, light details, and excellent meal plans and recipes.  The Paleo Solution is a natural second book to read; good for those that like to know the deeper details, as well as additional topics like exercise and sleep.

I picked up Well Fed 2 as a recipe filler, and was glad I did as it has a great selection of "condiments" and other spicy dishes.

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Food For Thought

If you want to lose weight, hold a mental image of yourself at your desired weight. 
Don't think about the pounds you want to shift.
Instead, think of yourself as already being your prefect shape.
Think Slim!

Jane Struthers, Attracting Abundance

Affirmations

I am willing to learn. The more I learn, the more I grow.

Louise Hay, I Can Do It Cards

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