7 Reasons to Subscribe to Kitchen Stewardship

Kitchen Stewardship is dedicated to helping YOU balance God’s gifts of your family’s health, budget, the earth and your time while maintaining a prayerful attitude in the kitchen. What will you get as a subscriber?

Most readers at KS tend to appreciate the information (lots of it!), acceptance (our community is an awful lot of fun here), honesty, and humor, delivered daily in one of the following forms:

  1. Monday Missions. You won’t want to miss one once you get going – Monday Missions give you one change to make in your kitchen each week to better your family’s nutrition or care for the Earth.
  2. Baby Steps. I’m a big believer in little changes. Do one thing today better than you did yesterday. If you get overwhelmed easily, this is the place for you. We’re gentle in accepting baby steps!
  3. Giveaways. As a subscriber, you’ll get an extra entry in any KS giveaways. (In the past I’ve given away yogurt starters, books, cleaning products, and an Excalibur dehydrator. A Nutrimill grain mill is on the schedule for fall 2010.)
  4. Recipes. I share approximately one new recipe each week – usually frugal, always healthy, and I’m getting better at taking food photos, too, so guard your keyboard from the drool…
  5. Food for Thoughts. If you are of an academic mind and like to know the research behind the science of nutrition, I share easy-to-digest posts once per week connecting to the Monday Mission. Check out my popular Soaking Grains Exploration, for example.
  6. Mary and Martha Moments. Do you connect your faith to your food? I do. Join me on this wild journey to better stewardship of all our resources.
  7. Call to Actions. Every so often I’ll give you a simple way to make broader change outside your kitchen. Improve the way soap is marketed or protect the sanctity of life, all with a few clicks.

Bonus! Find all the Series and Carnivals at KS here, like the Fat Full Fall, the Real Food Face-Off, and Advent Daily Dose.

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Not convinced yet? Look around a little and learn the Philosophy of Kitchen Stewardship and a bit about how the site works.

Kitchen Stewardship foundational habits include:

Foundational Habits are those which save the most money/time and improve your health/environment the most at the same time.

11 Bites of Conversation So Far

  1. Vicki says

    I just read 7 Reasons to Subscribe to Kitchen Stewardship, and you convinced me! I am subscribing. For a while, I’ve been trying to steer my family gradually toward a more natural, wholesome lifestyle. I love that Kitchen Stewardship provides a good balance of information, focusing on the process (baby steps), as well as the goal. I also appreciate that Kitchen Stewardship acknowledges Him from whom all our blessings come. This is a perfect fit for my family! Now I’m off to poke around the site some more.

  2. Jo says

    I’ve been subscribing for a while and would love to win the SS Food Storage containers as I’m trying to switch everything away from plastic. Keep up the great site. THANK YOU!

  3. Kristy says

    I found your site while looking at a once a month cooking page. I find you to be exactly where I am trying to get to. I have just spent the past hour reading things from your pages. I never sit that long looking at the computer, so I know this has to be something for me to subscribe to. Thank You and God Bless.

  4. Donna says

    Hi–I’ve confirmed my subscription–repeatedly–and I still have no idea how to download the “soaked grains” e-book.

    • Katie Kimball @ Kitchen Stewardship says

      Send me an email at kitchenstew @ gmail.com and I’ll fix you right up! So sorry it took me so long to respond…I got absolutely behind on comments when I released the second edition of the snacks book and truly have never caught up.

      :) Katie

  5. says

    Hankering for a sweet potatoe pie, cupboards had no condensed milk, your site had a simple receipe even a guy could follow, so, thanks. I am a KS fan all in as little 5 minutes. Oops gotta go stir my homemade condensed milk. Pie to follow, thanks KS.

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