First of all, congratulations. You made it through the month! As we say goodbye to October and the useful framework that Andrew created, here are my two best tips to keep you on track for wholesome eating moving forward.
When I ask people what their least favorite part of cooking is, I often get a somewhat sarcastic answer: DOING THE DISHES! There’s really no way around the fact cooking creates dirty dishes — but there’s a really simple way to drastically reduce the number of dishes you dirty while making food, which of course means less time spent washing dishes.
Have you ever wondered how and why pressure cookers actually work? Here’s what’s going on when you cook with one (and a recipe for Indian Moong Dal Khichdi that cooks in fives minutes!).
We often think our body is asking for sugar. However, the body is really tricky. What it is actually asking for is nutrients, but it is sending signals to our mind saying it wants a quick fix. So, what are some good alternatives?
Dealing with food-related sensory issues can make mealtime a nightmare — but here are some tips to help. (and, Crock Pot Garlic Chicken!)
Farming has changed the way Wendy Marchant lives her life – from raising her kids, to dealing with family health issues. Today she tells her story – and shares her Maple Apple Pork Chops recipe!
Despite rational and clear guidelines, even the world of unprocessed eating has its minor controversies and debates. Case in point: Oil.
One of the most important things to keep in mind while taking a healthy eating challenge is to properly hydrate. While you’re already embarking on the awesome challenge of unprocessed eating, try taking note of how much water you’re drinking. Here’s why.