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Review: Fundamentals I from Traditional Cooking School by GNOWFGLINS

For the last few years, my kitchen has been rather boring—there has been good healthy food, especially when the garden is producing, but very little excitement.  That is changing now that I’m studying Fundamentals I:  The Basics of Traditional Cooking. The course ebook is appropriately subtitled Make your kitchen healthy one task at a time, […]

Want your family to be healthier?

Want your family to be healthier? Me, too. We have all heard that many of the health conditions many of us deal with are modern-day issues, from the increase in cancer and heart disease to the explosion of autoimmune diseases and mental illness. Undoubtedly these conditions are partly related to things we have no control […]

Review: Windows Programming and Game Programming by CompuScholar

Why should you and your kids care about computer science?  As the Sonlight website points out, there are many jobs in the field.  Furthermore, as one of our daughters discovered to her dismay, not knowing about programming can make it difficult to find work even in other fields.  (The next year she managed to fit […]

Online Science Articles by Margaret Helder

When I was growing up, our family regularly read science articles by Dr. Margaret Helder in Reformed Perspective, a Christian magazine we subscribed to (now online here).  I learned a lot then—facts and ideas as well as the basic concept that it was possible to be a Christian in science—and went on to become a […]

Review: The Mayo Clinic Guide to Pain Relief

People who go to the Mayo Clinic Pain Center are often at their wits’ end.  Nothing else has worked, they are in great pain, and their lives have narrowed down to focus mostly on pain and health issues.  Yet, with treatment, guidance, and pain management plans, many of them are able to feel better, reduce […]

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