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How to Make Peanut Butter

A jar of homemade peanut butter with a spoon.

Have you ever wondered how to make peanut butter? It’s fast, easy, and only takes one ingredient. And when you make your own smooth, creamy peanut butter, you’re in complete control of what goes in it — which means that there aren’t any hidden sugars to potentially trigger your alpha-gal allergy. The information provided on

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Montana Mule: A Moscow Mule Variation with Huckleberry Vodka

Two copper mugs filled with Montana mules, a Moscow mule variation made with huckleberry vodka

Served in copper mugs, Moscow mules are classic cocktails that have been enjoyed worldwide since the 1940s. While many Moscow mule variations have evolved since then, the Montana mule – featuring the quintessential flavor of Montana thanks to huckleberry vodka and fresh huckleberries – is my favorite vodka cocktail. The information provided on this site

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Mushroom Masterpiece: Spinach Stuffed Portobellos

Two spinach stuffed portobello mushrooms on a plate with a fork.

There’s a reason that vegetarians often substitute portobello mushrooms in meat dishes, and these nutrition-packed spinach stuffed portobello mushrooms demonstrate why. Enjoy them as a filling vegetarian entree or alongside just about any alpha-gal friendly main. The information provided on this site is based on my personal experience living with alpha-gal syndrome. I consistently cite

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