Homemaker Chic

High Horses VS High Fructose Corn Syrup

October 05, 2020 Angela Reed & Shaye Elliott Season 3
Homemaker Chic
High Horses VS High Fructose Corn Syrup
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Homemaker Chic
High Horses VS High Fructose Corn Syrup
Oct 05, 2020 Season 3
Angela Reed & Shaye Elliott

High horse?  High ground?  Naw girl... it's high passion that has us chewing over "food" that poses as food, migraines, brain fog, belly aches versus savory nourishment that allows us to LIVE so we can keep rescuing this FINE ART of homemaking.
While we may want to believe food intake is a subjective topic... the fact is, we homemakers are, for the most part... IN CHARGE of providing ourselves and our families with the best nutrition possible.   Is that possible at the average grocery store?  Is it possible with fast and easy effort?   Does it matter in the grand scheme of things?
In this episode, Shaye plays her inner "food snob" card and Ang talks about the French and their uncanny, intimidating portion control.  Today we talk about WHY do we feel so strongly about this particular topic and why we REALLY think it matters in view of Season 3's theme of "doing the hard things" and homemaking.   

THE HOLIDAYS ARE COMING! Get your "penny bottle" now by visiting https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchic
This is the part of the podcast where we encourage you to pour a glass of whatever scratches your itch, for us, that means a bottle of wine. Our wine segment is sponsored by Dry Farm Wines which is a fabulous online company that will ship you organic, biodynamic, naturally yeasted, low-sugar, no-garbage wines from all around the world. This is wine that is grown and bottled to help you tap into life and celebrate it!
Today Ang is sipping a naturally fermented 2019 La Sagesse Touraine by Touraine.  This Sauvignon is from the clay, slate soil of the beautiful Loire Valley
Start stocking up for the Holidays with a bottle for a penny!   Visit  https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchic

Today’s episode is brought to you by:
OUR AMAZON LINK
https://amzn.to/3fdxEgu
Shop Amazon for ANYTHING with this link at no extra cost to you!

American Blossom Linens  - COUPON CODE: HOMEMAKERCHIC20
American Blossom Linens is the bedding that both Shaye and I sleep on and so do many of our listeners.   We LOVE our modern vintage sheets made from Texas-grown cotton… no dyes, no imported fabrics here -  Turn your bedroom into an organic, chic oasis by using the promo code HOMEMAKERCHIC20, and get an exclusive 20% off discount just for listening to the show.

Jovial Foods.
Jovial Foods is a company that supplies us homemakers with the most gorgeous baking flours and foods. Jovial is most well known for their einkorn flour, which is a high-protein, weak gluten flour that bakes up buttery and rich.  Amelie made the a delicious Einkorn chocolate cake this weekend.  My girls love to grab the Einkorn cookbook and try new things. This is a company that has an extreme love for high-quality ingredients which is why we welcome them into our pantries and into our kitchens. Visit them at jovialfoods.com and enjoy their free shipping! 



Show Notes

High horse?  High ground?  Naw girl... it's high passion that has us chewing over "food" that poses as food, migraines, brain fog, belly aches versus savory nourishment that allows us to LIVE so we can keep rescuing this FINE ART of homemaking.
While we may want to believe food intake is a subjective topic... the fact is, we homemakers are, for the most part... IN CHARGE of providing ourselves and our families with the best nutrition possible.   Is that possible at the average grocery store?  Is it possible with fast and easy effort?   Does it matter in the grand scheme of things?
In this episode, Shaye plays her inner "food snob" card and Ang talks about the French and their uncanny, intimidating portion control.  Today we talk about WHY do we feel so strongly about this particular topic and why we REALLY think it matters in view of Season 3's theme of "doing the hard things" and homemaking.   

THE HOLIDAYS ARE COMING! Get your "penny bottle" now by visiting https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchic
This is the part of the podcast where we encourage you to pour a glass of whatever scratches your itch, for us, that means a bottle of wine. Our wine segment is sponsored by Dry Farm Wines which is a fabulous online company that will ship you organic, biodynamic, naturally yeasted, low-sugar, no-garbage wines from all around the world. This is wine that is grown and bottled to help you tap into life and celebrate it!
Today Ang is sipping a naturally fermented 2019 La Sagesse Touraine by Touraine.  This Sauvignon is from the clay, slate soil of the beautiful Loire Valley
Start stocking up for the Holidays with a bottle for a penny!   Visit  https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchic

Today’s episode is brought to you by:
OUR AMAZON LINK
https://amzn.to/3fdxEgu
Shop Amazon for ANYTHING with this link at no extra cost to you!

American Blossom Linens  - COUPON CODE: HOMEMAKERCHIC20
American Blossom Linens is the bedding that both Shaye and I sleep on and so do many of our listeners.   We LOVE our modern vintage sheets made from Texas-grown cotton… no dyes, no imported fabrics here -  Turn your bedroom into an organic, chic oasis by using the promo code HOMEMAKERCHIC20, and get an exclusive 20% off discount just for listening to the show.

Jovial Foods.
Jovial Foods is a company that supplies us homemakers with the most gorgeous baking flours and foods. Jovial is most well known for their einkorn flour, which is a high-protein, weak gluten flour that bakes up buttery and rich.  Amelie made the a delicious Einkorn chocolate cake this weekend.  My girls love to grab the Einkorn cookbook and try new things. This is a company that has an extreme love for high-quality ingredients which is why we welcome them into our pantries and into our kitchens. Visit them at jovialfoods.com and enjoy their free shipping!