How often are you eating Nourishing Foods?
Eating at restaurants means you are often eating GMO grains, rancid oils (such as canola, corn and other cheap vegetable oils) and weird chemicals such as artificial sweeteners and MSG.
At home we can have real sourdough bread, good oils and healthy fats.
We recommend you make it a habit to start batch cooking (pre prep that can be done on the weekend – think of chopping the veggies all at one time-making a sauce that can be used at least twice in different ways through the week – planning for leftovers by cooking a double batch that can be presented in a different way later in the week ( like chile as a lasagna ingredient/over baked potatoes/as the base of shepherd’s pie).
Make use of your slow cooker to cook while you are at work…and if you pre-prep on the weekend…you can grab a baggy of precut up seasoned goodness and just throw it in the slow cooker, press start and head off to work!!
OF COURSE, IT HELPS IF YOU TAKE A FEW MINUTES ONCE A WEEK TO DECIDE ON A MENU FOR THE WEEK THAT CAN INCORPORATE SOME OF THE ABOVE IDEAS AND MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER.
Check out our most recent recipe: Chickpea Artichoke “Bliss in a Dish”